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Daily Lesson Plans

daily lesson plans

With our open and go Daily Lesson Plans, you can finally stop worrying about whether you are covering enough.

Study history, science, language arts (reading, writing, grammar spelling, vocabulary, poetry, punctuation…) and fine arts (art, music, architecture…) together in each set of Daily Lesson Plans, organized within the framework of nine historical units covering from Creation to Modern.

  • Read through our Teacher’s Manual and look over each week’s lesson plans a week or two ahead of time.
  • Gather your books and supplies from the weekly book and simple project lists provided.
  • Teach!

 

Our Daily Lesson Plans include:

  • 35 weeks of daily lesson plans covering history, science, language arts (reading, literature, spelling for K-5, vocabulary, grammar poetry, composition, etc.) and fine arts (art, music, architecture)
  • Themes and objectives in history, science, language arts and fine arts each week so you know what you will be covering
  • Daily discussion questions, narration prompts, language arts lessons, and assignments provided so you know what and how to teach
  • Weekly projects with simple supply lists so you may gather what you need ahead of time
  • Step-by-step project directions provided – no more guesswork and late-night hunting on the Internet for activities!
  • Answer keys to any grammar exercises included so you have the answers readily available
  • Supplemental information, web links to additional information, and graphic organizers/notebooking pages included in each weekly plan as needed at your fingertips

 

Grade Levels Available

Click the links/graphics above to see a sample and scope and sequence for each curriculum!

See Sample Schedules for both our Unit Programs and our Daily Lesson Plans.

Homeschool Effectively and Enjoy it!

Homeschooling doesn’t have to be dry and boring.  If you are struggling keeping your kids (and yourself) engaged, try our customizable curriculum written from a biblical worldview.

Why do “public school” at home using textbooks when you can use literature-based homeschool curriculum written for the way your kids learn?

From our “open and go” Daily Lesson Plans to our unstructured Unit Programs to our High School courses,  now you can stick with one homeschool curricula from Kindergarten through High School.