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  • Rachael Milne | Jan 19, 2018 at 6:18 am

    Hi. I was wondering how you would recommend to teach a kindergartener, 2nd and 3rd grader together ? Unit lessons?

    • Dana | Jan 22, 2018 at 2:54 pm

      Hi Rachel, thanks for asking. You can teach your children together using either our daily lesson plans or our unit programs, as all ages are studying the same history periods at the same time, but at their own levels. Your kindergarten student needs to have his or her own separate phonics instruction, which you can get from a phonics program or by following the instructions for putting your own together using our Primary Unit Program. You could use our Primary Unit Program for your Kindergartener and Second grader, and just get the Intermediate unit program notebook for your third grader, as it will have book suggestions, assignment and project ideas at the third (through fifth) grade levels. If you would like more information, please email us at infodesk@trainupachildpub.com and we would be happy to answer more of your questions and give you personalized counsel.

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