Kindergarten Enrichment, Third Edition includes an overview of each read-aloud book, author and illustrator biographies, oral reading questions, and a simple language lesson. These activities will help bring each book alive for your student. Also included are resources for the social studies and science lessons, biographies of the artists and composers, and poetry lessons.
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The lesson plans simply schedule these activities for you by day. You can get a feel for what the lesson plans will be like by looking at the “Literature & Enrichment” section of the Kindergarten Lesson Plans.
Maxwell Robbins –
If you have tons of time to kill and no idea what to do with your child to homeschool kindergarten, then you might love this guide! But if you are an easily inspired educator who just makes sure to engage in something fun and interesting every day, there is a lot here, and it might be overly ambitious and feel forced. This would be better suited to a small classroom environment than a parent instructor/home learning situation.
This guide is packed full of so much goodness. We don’t always use every bit of it but that is the beauty of it. I can pick a chose what we cover each day. I am so grateful all the work is done for me so I can open and go!