Kindergarten Complete is a literature based, all inclusive curriculum designed to meet the needs and challenge the abilities of kindergartners. The purpose of this book is to help parents have an enjoyable year in effectively teaching their children.
The detailed lesson plans cover all subject areas, (Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Physical Development, Fitness, Fine Arts, Character Development, and Bible) and are created around thematic units. They will guide parents step by step in teaching their child, and will provide documentation for the work during the year. The curriculum incorporates quality children’s books that can be borrowed from the library. Exposing each child to different genres, authors and illustrators will help to instill an excitement about learning to read.
A variety of activities are provided because each child learns in a unique way: some are auditory learners (hearing/speaking), some are visual learners (seeing), and some are tactile learners (hands-on). The lesson plans are designed to keep parents organized, and to simplify the sometimes overwhelming process of homeschooling. The goal of the Kindergarten Complete curriculum is not only to teach facts and figures, but also higher-level thinking and problem solving skills that create a love of learning.
We are heading in to Kindergarten this year for my 5 year old son. Although we have chosen and purchased a literature-based curriculum to use, I love to search the internet and find free resources to supplement or use in place on days that we need a change of pace.
I have gathered and listed several of my favorite FREE homeschool kindergarten curriculum websites that you could use to supplement your current curriculum or even create your own curriculum.
- Over 3700 printable worksheets from Education.com
- Free lesson plans (Social Studies, Science, Language Arts, & Math) for grades K-5 from Discovery Education
- Kindergarten Mom – Fun, easy to use free printables for all subjects and themes so you’re sure to find
just what you need for your lesson.
- 200+ Kindergarten worksheets and printables from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Learn to Read Sites
- Book Adventure
- Reading Bear
- Teach Your Monster to Read
- Progressive Phonics
- Reading the Alphabet from This Reading Mama – this is a Pre-K Reading Curriculum that can be used with younger Kindergartners
- Math Lessons for a Living Education – Download Book 1
- Printable Math Worksheets from Math Salamanders
- Interactive Math Games from Turtle Diary
- Kindergarten Math Games from MathBlaster
- Teach Preschool Science – this program is designed for ages 3 years to Kindergarten.
- Science Coloring Pages from Home Science Tools
*Please note that at the time this post was created all products listed were free. Always check pricing before checking out.*
You can find the rest of the homeschool curriculum round up series here.