It’s already halfway through September, can you believe it!!! Typically, most families have already started the new year. We usually we start early/ mid-August but because of our move, we are just barely starting. So now that I am finally able to finalize my lesson plans and start setting up, I would love to share what you what my plans are.
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This year I’ll have a 4th grader, 2nd grader, and kindergartener with 3 little ones around. Despite last year not go as planned, starting this year a lot later than what I’d prefer, pregnancy, and moving I am actually super excited and optimistic for this year.
Bradley will be my 4th grader and his lesson plans are:
-Faith & life 4
Math – Math U See
-DELTA (need to finish)
-Seton history book
Genevieve is my 2nd grader and my main focus is getting her where she needs to be in reading and math. These are my plans for her:
-Faith & life 2
Math – Math U See
-Alpha (need to finish)
-Follow along Seton history 4 with Bradley
And my little kindergartener is Kateri. With the past two children, I didn’t put a lot of priority in the kindergarten age because I personally like to wait until they are 6 years old to really start schooling which typically is first grade. However, I plan on doing a full year with Kateri because she will be turning 6 next month. Lesson plans for her are:
– Catholic Treasure Box Series
-Memoria Press Number Books 1 & 2
-Math U See – Alpha (2nd half of year)
I also have some school stuff for Avila who is only 3 (almost 4) but is extremely eager to do “school”:
- Along the Alphabet Path
- All About Reading: Pre Level
- Rod & Staff books
- Seton’s Early Literacy workbook (a FAVORITE for little ones for me)
And some loose plans I have for everyone (mainly enrichment):
If you would like, check out last years curriculum choices here. Next, I’ll show yall my lesson planner bullet journal, new classroom, and how I organize All About Reading curriculum.
Have you started your school year? Comment below with how things are going and what you have planned!