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.

Homeschool Lesson Plans

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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:

4

Religion (N)
-Faith & life 4
-RE

Math – Math U See
-DELTA (need to finish)
-Epsilon

English
-IEW classes (IEW & PAL)
       -supplementing with First Language Lessons 3
-Seton spelling 4
D’nealian  handwriting workbook
-copywork & transitioning to dictation
-composition: written narration

Literature [loop]
Father Brown w/ study guide
Rare Catholic stories w/ study guide
-children’s literature books taken from Mater Amabilis or Memoria Press book lists (1 hr daily reading)

History (N)
-Seton history book
Mapping skills


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:

2nd

Religion (N)
-Faith & life 2
-RE

Math – Math U See
-Alpha (need to finish)
-Beta

English
-All About Reading Level 1
Delightful Reading
First Language Lessons 2
D’Nealian Handwriting workbook
-copywork

Literature [loop]
-children’s literature books taken from Mater Amabilis or Memoria Press book lists (1 hr daily reading)

History:
Mapping skills
-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:

K

Religion (N)
– Catholic Treasure Box Series
-RE

Math
-Memoria Press Number Books 1 & 2
-Math U See – Alpha (2nd half of year)

English
All About Reading Pre Level
-All About Reading Level 1 (2nd half)
D’Nealian Handwriting workbook
-copywork

Literature [loop]
Along the Alphabet Path
-Memoria Press Kindergarten Enrichment
-children’s literature books taken from Mater Amabilis or Memoria Press book lists (1 hr daily reading)


I also have some school stuff for Avila who is only 3 (almost 4) but is extremely eager to do “school”:

 

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!