kindergarten/first grade curriculum download

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  2. Thank you so much!

  3. Abdulaziz Hassan Farah

    Thank you very much.It is very useful.

  4. Sonia Beltran

    I am currently homeschooling my three children, ages 10, 8, and 6. I found your website just a few days ago, and I have to say….it’s AMAZING! I have been trying to find good material for my kids that covered every core subject. I wanted something for them to stay engaged but not feel overwhelmed. Your program covers everything!! It can be difficult at times buying curriculum for multiple children, but what you are doing, is just simply a blessing to many! Thank you for all your dedication and hard work!

    • I want to do what someone did for me, when I needed something and didn’t know how I could get it. πŸ™‚ Glad it will be of use to you. Be blessed.

  5. Hi there! I just came across your website and I’m so excited about the free homeschooling material! Thanks so much for sharing this with us. πŸ™‚
    I have 3 kids I homeschool…ages 10, 8, & 5. My 5, almost 6 year old will love doing these! πŸ™‚
    God bless!

    • I am very happy that you have found us and that you are able to utilize the material:) Be blessed and have a wonderful day!

  6. thank you so much for having the time and strength to put these together and for offering them to the rest of us homeschooling parents! it is a blessing to have help like this!

    • You are so very welcome. Just sharing with others what we use:) I am happy that they will work for you. Have a wonderful day!

  7. Wenona Barlow

    Thank you so very much for sharing this information. I pray that God continues to bless you!!

    • He is he is he is!!!!! Give and it shall be given unto you…………pressed down……..flowing over:) My heart just wants to alleviate frustration for others:) It is something that I can do in my own little secluded corner of the mountains:) Be blessed

  8. You and your family are amazing! I am absolutely blessed to have found your site! I will be using this curriculum to teach my kindergarten and 1st grade children this year. Do you have some kind of schedule for these? Example: Use pages 1-3 for week one, etc.?
    I can not Thank You enough!

    • Thank you. We are so happy that you are able to use this. On the top of the page it says how many pages you would do in one day. If you add in the extra Starfall book pages and journal, it tells you that at the bottom of the page—that won’t be until after they practice the entire alphabet. At the bottom of the description page on my site, I put how many days we did it each month. Sept 12 days, Oct 12 days, Nove 12, Dec 9, Jan 12, Feb 12, March 15, April 15, and May 6 days. This equals 107 days of school. But there is much work to do in one day, you can easily split it up between a few days. For our family we did it three days per week. That is enough school for that age child. Even though it only totals 107 days, you can easily add more days by reading or stretching it out. I believe in hands on learning and life learning, this just covers the formalities of what they are “supposed” to know:) Glad you are able to use it:) Be blessed!

  9. Hello,

    I am a second grade teacher and I am printing out this curriculum to send home with my student who reads on a beginning first grade level and does not qualify for special ed due to a very low IQ. This is a blessing as the child’s mother is literaly in tears over what to do to help her child. Now I have a packet of work for her to do each noght so she can work with him on skills he is missing. Thank you!

    • Stacey, That just makes me smile. I am so glad that you found my site and are able to utilize the information for someone who could use it. That is what this is all about—helping each other out. Being a blessing to someone. I’ll be praying for that student and I thank you for passing it along to them. Have a wonderful day!

  10. I can’t thank you enough for this huge blessing…This is our first year homeschooling, we have a 10, 7, 5 yo and a 3 mo. ☺️ I am positive my 5yo daughter will end this school year reading, I’ve gone through the curriculum you have come up with and is fantastic. Thank you very much, God bless you and your family!

    • Welcome to homeschooling! I am sure you will be blessed. We can make it complicated or we can make it simple. I say start simple, especially in your first year. Don’t be worried that your child won’t know everything. IF there is something that you missed, you can always teach it the next year. Relax, enjoy them being home and make life a daily learning lesson. The age of your children—-everything is a review until they go to middle school. If you did nothing—-and then just did one review of everything–you could do it in one year. So relax, enjoy, and have fun with those kiddos!!! Fun ages. Be blessed, always as I am.

  11. I love you, I love you, I love you! Oh, and thanks cookbook much for all of these resources!

  12. Lol. Cookbook much. Gotta love auto correct.

  13. Dear Amy,

    Thank you soon much, you are my Christmas miracle! I’m a volunteer teacher with a refugee education centre and have been searching for something like this for a while but the materials out there are just too expensive for us to purchase. This is perfect for our kids! Thank you and bless you

    • Angie, I am so thankful that you have found what you needed! It blesses my heart knowing what those materials are going to be used for. I will be praying for those kids and for you. You are doing a wonderful thing! Have a blessed day!

  14. I just found your site. It is wonderful. My grandson is in Kindergarten and he is struggling with some of the new curriculum. This is just what I need to help him. I have tried buying workbooks, but they didn’t cover the subjects like this. Thank you so much for your kindness in putting this up for others to use.

    Sincerely, Pat

    • Your very welcome, I am happy to share with others what we use. Boys are harder. Enjoy them. Read fun books to them. Make it fun! Then it won’t become boring drudgery work papers:) Have a blessed day!

  15. Jennifer Diaz

    Wow finding this page would help so much, I can’t wait to do theses with my son so he move on to the second grade, since he’s having medical issue and the school he was at was not helping him understand. I hope this works along with the other things I plan to do with him. Thank you so much.

  16. Madeeha Sethi

    I hv no words to pay thanks to you. It’s an amazing site having lot of useful nd constructive materials not only for the teachers also for our little angels, who are the nation builder. I was rrally in need of this all. U hv given us strength and alleviated our frustration. Bunches of thanks nd uncountable prayers for u nd ur family.
    Stay blessed always πŸ™‚

    • I am πŸ™‚ I am thankful that you have found my site and are able to use it. Have a wonderful day!

  17. Stephanie Byers

    Love your hard work and thank you for sharing it so graciously! Do you have a recommendation for handwriting sheets just like the ones here, but for cursive? We do cursive first, and its hard to find resources that don’t show the print, THEN the cursive. I don’t want to introduce print at all at this point, so the presence of print letters on the page for cursive is confusing. Short of making them myself, I am out of ideas. Thanks!

    • Hello, I understand the concept and your frustration:) I do have a printable upper elementary cursive writing if that helps. It is under my homeschooling resources. Your other option is to get a writing tablet and a fine point permanent marker and write the letter that corresponds with the writing lesson being presented in the free course. Just an idea:)Hope it helps.

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