K-5 Curriculum

Elementary Curriculum K3

Bible: Reading:Arts and Crafts: Manners: Math: Manuscript:  
Explored through songs, stories, and scripture memory.Explored through literature and songs for letter and sound recognition.Utilized for creative mind development and dexterity.Realized and practiced through literature.Numbers explored through physical touch and pictures.Students learn to write in manuscript both letters and numbers.

Elementary Curriculum K4

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Continued exploration into the Word of God through scripture memory, stories, and songs.Continued phonics with letter and sound recognition through reading stories.Utilized for reinforcement of academic concepts and the world around them.Realized and practiced through a literary approach with expectations for accountability.Addition and subtraction and number families learned through literature and kinesthetic.The beauty of flowing words to depict a visual is organized in the reading to and by the children.Student continue to learn letter and number formation according to a prompt in manuscript.

Elementary Curriculum K5

Bible:Reading:Math:Arts and Crafts:Cursive:History:Science:
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Bible stories explored through songs, literature, pictures, and flashcards for memory. Students utilize phonics for reading mini-books while expanding thinking skills with comprehension checks.Saxon 1- An incremental approach to learning math for statistically proven results. Students begin implementation of math concepts through word problems and song.Utilized for reinforcement of academic concepts and the world around them.Students develop the flow of writing through mastering the cursive alphabet.Students read about children around the world and the geographical locations.Students explore through literature the insects, animals, and God's creation for the uniqueness of all.

Elementary Curriculum 1st Grade

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Bible stories explored through songs, literature, and scripture memory. Students utilize advanced phonics for reading literature while continuing to build abstract thinking skills with reason.Saxon 2- The incremental approach spirals for refreshment of math concepts through application.Students practice writing in the cursive format for word recognition and sentence formation.Heritage Studies 1 follows the events in the New World from pre-1000 to 1682. Your students will learn about the Vikings, Columbus, Plymouth Plantation, trading, Native Americans, and early homes and schools. Science 1 starts students on the path of scientific inquiry with an introduction to the senses, heat, sound, animals, and heavenly bodies--presenting God as the Creator of all things. Spelling 1 focuses on application through studying generalizations, and using spelling as a tool for communication. Enjoyable guided activities help your student learn word structures and dictionary skills.

Elementary Curriculum 2nd Grade

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Bible Truths 2 guides teachers as they help students understand God’s truth for practical living through a thematic, chronological study of the Old and New Testaments. Lessons also integrate a missionary story and an application novel.Students integrate language arts, literature, letters, sounds, and comprehension skills for creative thinking and learning. Saxon 3 - The incremental approach spirals with literature and manipulatives for understanding of concepts.Beginners Latin taught for introduction to words and parts of speech.Heritage Studies 2 explores American culture in colonial times from Jamestown to the War for Independence.Science 2 teaches the student how to use science process skills to learn and tell about Gods creation. The program focuses on what scientists do, living things, plants, environments, fossils and dinosaurs, the layers and features of the earth, how the earth moves, natural resources, light, forces and motion, and how the body works. Spellings is presented through a rule, a jingle, or a hint for learning.

Elementary Curriculum 3rd Grade

Bible:Literature:Math:Latin: Part AHistoryScienceSpelling
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Bible Truths 3 explores Bible accounts in the Old and New Testaments and encourages solid Bible study skills. Missionary stories and stories from church history are also included to inspire students and help them apply biblical principles to their everyday lives.Students read through all time favorite children's books, e.g., Charlotte's Web, Alice in Wonderland, etc. Grammar: - Bob Jones Press EnglishSaxon 5/4- Students master the grammar of math incrementally with repetition and introduction of new concepts.Pronunciation and expansion of content for children.Heritage Studies 3 relates in understandable language the story of America from the framing of the Constitution up until the days of the Wild West. Students will relive key moments in our nation’s history and discover interesting traditions from the past.Science 3 provides age-appropriate scientific information through text, charts, and colorful photographs and illustrations. Students will conduct experiments, participate in projects, and creatively write. Spelling continued through the phonetic zoo.

Elementary Curriculum 4th Grade

Bible:Literature:Math:Latin: Part BHistoryScienceSpelling
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Bible Truths 4 encourages students to read their Bible regularly and learn to listen to His truth. The text draws numerous examples from the Bible of people that listened to God and followed His will.Students read through all time favorites, e.g. Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Hobbit. Grammar: Bob Jones Press English 4 places an emphasis on parts of speech and sentence structures through a variety of writing assignments, such as a personal narrative, a research report, and a business letter. Saxon 6/5- Students continue their math adventure incrementally. Sir Circumference Series aids in understanding.Pronunciation and expansion of content for children.Heritage Studies 4 brings to life our history from the founding of America to World War II from a biblical perspective. The text discusses a spectrum of scientific fields including ecosystems, plants, insects, the eye, the digestive system, and principles of motion and energy.Spelling continued through the phonetic zoo.

Elementary Curriculum 5th Grade

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Bible Truths 5 encourages students to apply the Bible knowledge they learn to their everyday lives. It also includes lessons for the missionary story Mik-Shrok and the application novel Songbird.Students read and study literary favorites, e.g., Anne of Green Gables and Old Yeller. Grammar: - Bob Jones Press English 5 studies a variety of writing assignments, such as compare-contrast essays, persuasive business letters, research reports, and more.Saxon 7/6 continues to challenge the academic mind for high level math with critical thinking skills and abstract thought through application.Pronunciation and expansion of content for children.Heritage Studies 5 continues the biblical-based narrative of influence of the automobile and airplane, World War I, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, World War II, the Vietnam War, struggles over civil rights, the war on terror, Afghanistan and Iraq wars, and immigration decisions. Science 5 explores God’s creation in a study of minerals and rocks, fossils, matter and heat, sound and light, weather, ecosystems, and the respiratory and circulatory systems.The Grammar of Spelling 5 utilized for classical concentration of word spelling.