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Friday, August 29, 2014

Emma’s Kindergarten Plans

Our Kindergarten Learning Plans at Homeschooling Hearts & Minds5-year-old Emma is very excited to be doing school this year…in fact, she’s been begging to do math on Sundays.

Who is this strange child?  It’s hard to believe that she’s related to my math groaners, lol.

My kindergartner will be joining her bigger brother, Peter (age 8) for many things.

Five in a Row Unit Studies

Volumes 1 & 2 (science, social studies, art, language arts)

Language Arts

Logic of English Foundations Alphaphonics

Handwriting without Tears Letter and Numbers for Me

Picture Book Club at our local homeschool group

Lots of great books

Our Kindergarten Learning Plans at Homeschooling Hearts & MindsMath

Math in Focus K (but only because she craves workbooks)

MEP Reception

Miquon Orange


The Nature Connection

The Private Eye

Health and PE

Healthy Me

Family Time Fitness (with the rest of the family)

The Arts

Complete Book of Arts and Crafts

Making Music Ready-to-Use Music Reading Activities Kit


Catholic Treasure Box complete set

Do you have a kindergartener this year?  What are your learning plans?

You might also like to read about our 2014-2015 Learning Map.


  1. Apparently I have a preschooler according to you guys living in the US... I live in EU so kindergarten here is (from German - the kids garden) from the age of 3 till 5 or 6 where they then get in to "pre-school" because it's the year right before 1-st grade hence I wouldn't even dream that kindergarten was AFTER preschool in the US...LOL so I got them all mixed up in the post you commented on - sorry about that!
    As for our learning plans, they sort of faded away in the midst of all life's chaos, but hopefully we'll get back on track this month.. My daughter is 3 going on 4 this month and she wont become illiterate just because I don't have set in stone plan yet! Thank you so much for reminding me by the comment you've made on my post!

    Your looks solid! I would love to see how your day is scheduled! If you have a post about it, please let me know so I can steal your ideas! :P

    1. Looks solid, sure, but has changed a lot since I posted this 4 months ago, lol! I am going to be posting about how things have changed since then, because in our household our plans are constantly in flux.

      Yes, in the US, pre-K is typically ages younger than 5, although in some areas they have K-4 and then K-5. Some kids WILL learn to read at 3 or 4, but many learn later. Yes, Europe handles grades differently than we do. ;)

      I did do reading instruction with her older sister at 3-4, but she didn't really start getting it until 5 and she was a completely independent reader by 6 (meaning I was no longer giving her reading instruction at all, but she would aloud, so I could tell if there were any issues).


  2. I see! I'm gonna keep a look out for the new plan then, It's nice to see that I'm not the only one who constantly changes plans! ;) OMG! I can't believe it's been 4 months already! :O Where on earth did time run away to? Have you seen it??!


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