We have 24 “official” learning days left in Kindergarten—but the benefit of doing school at home means that EVERY day is a learning day. That is how I want my children to view life, anyway.
Also on the agenda for the next five weeks:
- 24 math lessons (I could not have planned THAT any better!)
- Language Arts work (rhyming, syllables, and more)
- Lots of memory work review
All of our 1st grade curriculum has been ordered and most of our books have arrived already--I am eager to make a year-long plan so that we can officially start mid-June.
Classical Conversations: memory work, fine arts, science, presentations, and more
Language Arts: an eclectic mix, including First Language Lessons (new) and SRA Phonics (left over from my teaching days)
Math: Saxon 1st Grade
Bible: Enjoying God's Gifts (free from another local homeschooler)
Science: Elemental Science (Biology--Animals)
Social Studies: U.S. History (using library books)
If you're homeschooling next school year, I'd love to hear what your family is doing for curriculum!