Teaching Your Child at Home In Kindergarten Is A Great Option
Don’t be in a rush to send your child to kindergarten. Children who stay at home with loving one-on-one attention do better in the long run. It’s not about trying to be “school.” It is more important to teach them to love and serve God and to love others. Please consider keeping your child at home for kindergarten. It’s one of the best choices you can make. You’ll be glad you did.
The following resources are proven and inexpensive but superior resources for homeschooling.
Complete Homeschool Kindergarten Curriculum
Language Arts for Kindergarten
Mathematics Homeschool Kindergarten Curriculum
Science Homeschool Kindergarten Curriculum
Kindergarten Resources (on this page)
- Creation Story for Children Combines Bible and science for young children. You can use this to supplement any kindergarten curriculum.
- Creation: Thirteen 6-in-1 Comprehensive Curriculum Lessons
- The Three R’s
The Three R’s
The Three R’s
There is a bonus: A removable 2-sided wall chart for phonics and arithmetic.
Features of The Three Rs
Three resources in one—Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic! Learn how to take the mystery out of teaching the early grades with this practical, down-to-earth guidebook from Ruth Beechick. The Three R’s has three sections that are tabbed for easy reference.
- The Reading section tells how and when to begin phonics, and how to develop comprehension skills.
- The Language section shows how to develop written language skills naturally, in the same way children learn oral language.
- The Arithmetic section explains how to teach understanding of math concepts, and not just memorization of facts.
Creation: Thirteen 6-in-1 Comprehensive Curriculum Lessons
For first to fourth graders, Creation has 13 integrated fun-filled lessons about creation.
Designed as a supplement to your regular curriculum, it is very flexible with a variety of schedules. For example, you can take a week to work through each lesson and finish the book in 13 weeks. Or you can do 3-4 lessons per week and finish in four weeks.
It includes activities for math, English, science, art, spelling, and physical activities. Each lesson starts with a list of needed materials at the beginning.
Encourages character development for traits such as faith, trustworthiness, thankfulness, and diligence.
Gives Scripture references to look it up in your Bible. This helps your children learn how to look up verses in the Bible.
Supplement your regular homeschool program, as a VBS curriculum, or as a Sunday School course for one quarter.
Grades: 1 to 4
The Creation Story for Children
Scriptures are used from Genesis 1 and 2 and from Psalm 139 (KJV) are used in the Creation Story for Children.
This is a beautifully illustrated book that tells young children about creation. The authors tell the story using scripture on the top paragraph of the page. A second paragraph points out unique things about that part of creation. Sometimes there are questions for some discussion.
The second part of the book talks about God’s amazing creatures. That is fun for any young child.
Then in the third part of the Creation Story for Children, the authors focus on the uniqueness of each child from the first person (me) perspective. For example, God formed me.
Use this at home with your young children to teach the creation story or use it in Sunday school or children’s church for a quick study.