Homeschool Kindergarten: Beginning Unit Study Curriculum

by Angela Linder

Homeschool Kindergarten Curriculum

Homeschool Kindergarten Curriculum

New homeschooling mom is looking for easy-to-use homeschool kindergarten unit study curriculum. Can you help?

I am just starting our homeschool adventure. My daughter will be in kindergarten this year. I am overwhelmed by all the curriculum choices. I need some detailed advice please. My district is no help at all!

I am interested in a Bible based curriculum. I am very interested in unit studies as well. I would like something that tells me what to do everyday, since we are just beginning I need a very direct lesson plan so I can learn what to do.

I would like something that I can buy reusable materials for my other two children who are not ready for school yet. So we end up saving money in the end. I also want a full subject curriculum. Any ideas or suggestions would be very helpful and appreciated.

Angela Linder

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Jun 10, 2010
Homeschool Kindergarten Unit Studies
by: Heather

Hi Angela,
I highly recommend Five In A Row for new homeschooling parents. Five In A Row (FIAR) is very easy to use and fun, with lots of hands-on learning.

Your two little ones, depending on their age, will enjoy listening to the books you and your daughter will read and can do some of the projects too. Units last one week and are very simple to complete.

I have used FIAR with three out of four children so far. This last time, my youngest daughter and I completed a lot of free FIAR lapbooks that you can find on You can find lapbooks for almost all of the FIAR units.

I posted a couple pictures of our lapbooks on my free homeschool curriculum page.

You can also purchase an optional Bible supplement from FIAR - it contains bible references and lessons for each of the FIAR stories. FIAR also publishes a cookbook with recipes from the different books you read each week.

You can find out more about Five In A Row by visiting their website:

I found some used Used Five in a Row Volumes on Amazon. You will also find used copies at a local used curriculum fair.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to post them.

Jun 14, 2010
Just a Idea to try
by: Anonymous

Hi :0)
I have only used Online programs with my kids (besides Abeka which we did not like)
I know you said you wanted something reusable and christian based..but the problem with the reusable is..its great in theory but most children do not learn the same so this may or may not work for you long term....
We also wanted something that was direct and user friendly too..So we decided to use
It is not christian based but, it is a Awsome program...We have learned that we can add our own christian studies and in fluences in ourselves...
Anyways i just thought i would bring this option out as Time4Learning offers a 2 week money back gurantee...So nothing really to lose :)
Good Luck!

Dec 27, 2010
by: Anonymous

I love Christ Centered Curriculum. They tell you what to do daily, are doctrinally sound and kids enjoy it and learn well with it.

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