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Scope & SequenceCurriculum Overview by Grade

Contents3Elementary347131823283338PreschoolK5Grade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4Grade 5Grade 6Elementary Spanish29 Secondary39434649535762Grade 7Grade 8Grade 9Grade 10Grade 11Grade 12ElectivesColor KeyTextbook used with OnlineTextbook used with DVDTeacher Edition &Student Books

PreschoolPathways forPreschoolCircle Time: In the Big RedBarn Large group activity Language and vocabulary skillsPrereading: A-B-C Time Print awareness Letter recognition Auditory discrimination Counting and numberrecognition Sorting and sequencingMusic: Sing with Me Singing and listening Moving and playing Color recognition Social interactionPrereading: Rhyme TimePremath: Show Me a ShapeSocial: Happy HabitsBible ContentMotor: A Hop, Skip, and a Jump Manners, habits, and socialtraining Shape recognition Large motor skill development Following directions Creative movementCooking: Yummy in MyTummyEnvironment: Let’s Discover! Science and observation skills(Paul), generosity (the wise men),honesty (Paul’s nephew), prayer(Elijah), forgiveness (Jesus), trust(Noah), respect (Josiah), andpatience (Abraham). Topical Bible study in 13 units Character traits based on Christ’sperfect example Bible stories from Old and NewTestaments illustrate charactertraits: obedience (David), courage (Esther), kindness (Elisha),responsibility (Joseph), thankfulness (Timothy), contentmentCharacter EmphasisPrereadingHandwriting Language acquisition anddevelopment Recognition of alphabet letters Phonemic awareness of alphabetsounds /a/–/z/ Letter-sound recognition ofmedial short-vowel sounds; initialand final consonants Optional beginning readingstrand for eager learners Correct posture, pencil hold, andpaper placement Prewriting skills; finger tracingand pencil tracking of left-toright, vertical, horizontal, diagonal, zig-zag, and curved lines Uppercase and lowercasePreCursive alphabet; numbers0–12Listening and Literature Number recognition 0–20;counting to 100; shape recognition; pattern sequencing; colorsequencing Calendar, clock, coins, measurement, dot patterns, number sets,number line, ordinals, fractions Position words Traditional literature; realistic andfanciful prose and poetry; nurseryrhymes Vocabulary development andenrichment Auditory memory; sound bydirection, pitch, tempo, andvolume; rhyming words Listening questions to developcomprehension Dictation of group writing experiences; sentence completions;sequencing of storybjupresshomeschool.com Creative expression Hand-eye coordinationPremath: 1, 2, 3, Go! Opposites and positional words Tales in the Barnyard storiesFootsteps for FoursArts: Let’s Create!Premath: Look Up, LookDownListening and Literature:Once Upon a TimeWalking God’s Way2nd Edition Hands-on learningPrereading: Colors Are Fun! Language expression Auditory discrimination DramatizationsBible Truths Read-aloud suggestions Listening skills and visualmemory Character traits emphasized inapplication stories show childrentheir need of Christ as Saviorand demonstrate ways to applyMathematicsSocial Studies Concepts of God’s plan for thechild and his family Patriotism, patriotic symbols,holidaysOnlineDVD Cooking and following directions Sensory and language experiencesbiblical principles to personal-lifesituations.Bible Truths for ChristianGrowth 13 questions and answers correlated with Bible contentMemory Verses 13 verses Community helpers,transportationScience Environment: seasonal changesof plants and animals; animalfamilies and animal homes Hands-on: experiments, cooking,weather, space, and magnetsArt Art suggestions and craft activities correlated with unit themesMotor Fine and gross motor development activities; games, actionrhymes, and action songsMusic Songs, rhymes, and musicalgames Additional music strand tocomplement lessons throughmovement, rhythm instruments,retelling of stories, games, andsongsTeacher Edition & Student Books3

K5Focus on Fives4th EditionLANGUAGE ARTSPrereading Print awareness: left-to-right eyeprogression; visual discrimination; visual memory Reasoning; classifying; sequencing size and shape relationships Rhyming; awareness of author;picture reading Listening comprehension Comparing Following directions; perceivingconcepts, such as up/down, hard/soft Alphabet recognition: phonemicawarenessPhonics and Word Perception Units 1–3: Letter-sound association—consonants and short vowels; words with closed syllablephonograms (examples: it, at);plural words with s and es; compound words; possessive words Units 4–6: Letter-sound association—consonant blendsHeritage StudiesReadingand digraphs, long vowels; rinfluenced vowels; special vowelcombinations; vowel patternsfor long vowels (examples: oke,o, oat)Early Reading Skills Comprehension Predicting outcomes; answeringquestions after silent reading;sequencing events; developingvocabulary Perceiving relationships; distinguishing reality from fantasy Matching words and pictures;matching sentences and pictures;reading short stories Oral communication and oralreading Discussion; action rhymes; pantomime; retelling stories; readingphonics stories orallyComposition Dictating sentence ideas for individual composition; completingsentence startersScience Geography: US landmarks; history: Native Americans, coloniallife; culture: families, community helpers, Hispanic culture,Bible times, farming, AmericancelebrationsWord RecognitionComprehension Application of phonics conceptspresented in K5 phonics lessons Readers 1–16—short vowels,single consonants Readers 17–34—short vowels,consonant blends and digraphs,long vowels, r-influenced vowels,special vowels Word families; high-frequencywords; compound words; wordswith suffixes Picture reading Questioning to develop higherorder thinking skills Predict text; make inferences;draw conclusions; predictoutcomes Compare; sequence events; follow directionsVocabulary Meaning from contextLiterature Read a variety of genres: familystories, informational articles,4OnlineDVDTeacher Edition & Student BooksHandwriting Letter formation; principles ofslant; alignment; spacing; pencilhold; postureRELATED ARTSArt Drawing; painting; making craftsto match the unit themes of thelessons (examples: puppets,papier-mâché pig)Motor Skills Encouraging fine-motor skillsthrough prewriting activities,fingerplays, cooking and LearningCenter activities, and studentactivity worksheets Developing gross-motor skillsduring simple games and groupactivitiesMusic Traditional and piggyback songs;music games Appreciating God’s creation Learning about birds, bugs, magnets, seasons, water, our bodies,weather, rocks, oceans, sun,moon, plants, and animals Experiencing hands-on activitiesfanciful animal stories, poetry,Bible accounts, and realisticfiction Distinguish reality from fantasySilent Reading Reading for specific information;reading for author’s messageOral Reading Communicate message of theauthor; communicate in a naturalmanner Portray a character Respond to punctuation: period,exclamation point, questionmark, quotation marks800.845.5731

Bible TruthsUpdated 2nd EditionReadingBible ContentCharacter Emphasis Chronological and topical studyof the Old and New Testaments Bible characters include Noah,Abraham, Joseph, Moses, Joshuathrough Jonah, and Christ. Topics include creation, learningabout the Bible, the life of Christ,prayer, and missions. Lessons for Thanksgiving,Christmas, and Easter Character traits emphasized inapplication stories correlatedwith biblical contentWord Recognition Literal, interpretive, critical, appreciative levels of questioning Predict text; make inferences;draw conclusions; predictoutcomes Compare; sequence events; follow directions Application of phonics conceptspresented in K5 Beginnings Readers 1–16—short vowels,single consonants, few consonantblends Readers 17–32—short vowels,consonant blends and digraphs,long vowels, r-influenced vowels,special vowels Word families; service words;compound words; words withsuffixesComprehension Picture readingMath3rd Edition 50 questions correlated withbiblical contentMemory Verses 25 verses or passagesSilent Reading Reading for specific information,reading for author’s messageOral Reading Communicate message of theauthor; communicate in a naturalmanner Portray a character Respond to punctuation: period,exclamation point, question markVocabulary Meaning from contextLiterature Read a variety of genres: familystories, informational articles, fanciful animal stories, poetry, Bibleaccounts, and realistic fiction Distinguish reality from fantasyNumerationGeometry Identify 0–100 Writing 0–100 Count to 150 by 1s Count to 100 by 10s Count to 50 by 5s; count on Flat shapes: circle, square,triangle, rectangle; symmetry;same shape Solid figures: ball-shape (sphere),can-shape (cylinder), box-shape(rectangular solid, cube), coneshape (cone) Spatial relationships: top, middle,bottom; left, right; over, under;inside, outside; on, off; front, back PatternsAdditionEstimationNumber Sense Ordinals: first–sixth; first, next,last; before, after, between; patterns; place value: tens/onesCounting Sums to 10; equation; verticalform; money; oral word problemsSubtraction Differences to 10; equation;vertical form; money; oral wordproblems; take-away; comparisonAlgebra Readiness EquationFractions Equal parts; halves; thirds;fourths; halves of a set of objectsbjupresshomeschool.comCatechism Numbers of objects Length: centimeter Weight: weighs more, weighs less Capacity: holds more, holds lessMeasurement Size: larger, smaller Length, height; longer, shorter;nonstandard units; inch;centimeter Weight: weighs more, weighsless; poundOnlineDVD Capacity: holds more, holds less;cup, quart, gallon, liter Temperature: hot, cold Measuring tools: ruler, scale,thermometer, cup Time: to hour Calendar: days, weeks, months,year Money: penny, nickel, dime,quarterProblem Solving Oral word problems; graphs;probabilityStatistics and Graphs Pictograph; bar graph; talliesCalculators Number recognition, count up,count back; addition; subtractionTeacher Edition & Student Books5

Math4th EditionNumerationAlgebra ReadinessMeasurement and Data Identify numbers 0–100 Write numbers 0–100 Understand part-wholerelationship Correlate the relationship between addition and subtraction Sort and classify objects by attributes (number, color, size, shape) Compare measurable attributes;length (longer/shorter), height(taller/shorter), weight (heavier,lighter), capacity (more, less) Measure: nonstandard units andinches; more than one attribute Determine temperature: hot, cold Tell time: read and write time tothe hour; daytime, nighttime;sequence events; more time, lesstime Read a calendar: days of theweek; months of the year; yesterday, today, tomorrow; seasons Identify and count penniesNumber Sense Compose/decompose numbers Identify ordinal positions: first–tenth; first, next, last Determine order: before, after,between Find patterns in numeration Develop place value: tens andones Identify teen numbers as 10 andsome moreCounting and Cardinality Count and make sets to 20 Count to 100 by 1s and 10s Count on from any given numberto 100 Represent the quantity of anumber using manipulatives orby drawing a pictureWhole Number Operations:Addition and Subtraction Sums to 10: join sets; count on;compose/decompose numbers Count back differences to 10; takeapart; unknown part Represent addition/subtractionsentences with pictures (manipulatives, draw, act out) Write addition/subtraction sentences (equations) Solve word problems Tell a story for a number sentence Explain the sum or difference6OnlineDVDTeacher Edition & Student BooksEqual Parts of a Whole(Fraction Concepts) Count equal parts in a whole Distinguish between equal partsand unequal parts Partition a whole into equal partsGeometry Describe attributes of planeshapes: circle, square, triangle,rectangle in various orientations Describe attributes of solidfigures: ball shape (sphere), canshape (cylinder), box shape(rectangular solid, cube), coneshape (cone) Construct shapes withmanipulatives Identify spatial relationships: top,middle, bottom; left, right; over,under; inside, outside; on, off;front, back Extend and construct patterns(color, shape, size)Problem Solving Solve word problems by usingmanipulatives, drawing pictures,or acting out situations Write and solve number sentences (equations)Estimation Number of objects Length: longer, shorter Weight: weighs more, weighs less Capacity: holds more, holds less Time: more time, less time800.845.5731

Grade 1Bible TruthsA Father’s Care3rd EditionBible TruthsA Father’s Care4th EditionScience3rd EditionBible Content Chronological and thematicstudy of the Old and NewTestaments Bible characters include Noah,Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Peter,and Paul. Themes include God keeps Hispromises, God’s guidance, God’scare, God gives strength, theBible, and prayer.Bible Content Chronological and thematicstudy of the Old and NewTestaments Bible characters include Noah,Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Peter,and Paul. Themes include God keeps Hispromises, God’s guidance, God’scare, God gives strength, theBible, and prayer.GENERAL SCIENCE Process skills, science tools, scientific methodEARTH SCIENCEEarth Parts of the earth: the surface,volcanoes, earthquakes, layers ofthe earth Seasons: characteristics of spring,summer, autumn, and winter Weather: temperature, wind,water cycle, clouds, precipitation,what a weatherman does Soil: what it is made ofSpace Sun, moon, and stars: the sun asa star, sunrise, sunset, the moon’sbjupresshomeschool.com Lessons for Thanksgiving,Christmas, and EasterBible Truths for ChristianGrowthBible Study Skills 75 of the complete set of 164questions correlated with 10biblical themes Using the contents page of aBible to locate a verseMemory VersesCharacter Emphasis Character traits used in application stories show students theirneed of Christ as Savior and waysto apply biblical principles topersonal life situations. 36 verses or passagesHymns 10 songs, each accompanying aunit theme Lessons for Thanksgiving,Christmas, and EasterBible Truths for ChristianGrowthBible Study Skills 75 of the complete set of 164questions correlated with 10biblical themes Using the contents page of aBible to locate a verseMemory VersesCharacter Emphasis Character traits used in application stories show students theirneed of Christ as Savior and waysto apply biblical principles topersonal life situations.size, phases of the moon, stars, theLittle Dipper and the Big Dipper 36 verses or passagesHymns 10 songs, each accompanying aunit themePHYSICAL SCIENCEMotion Forces, motion, friction, gravity,weight, magnetismLIFE SCIENCELiving Things Animals: tame animals (pets,farm animals), zoo animals, wildanimals, meeting needs, animaltracks, animal marks Plants: roots, stems, leaves, flowers, uses for plantsHuman BodyEnergy Sound: how sounds are made,how sound moves, sound andmatter, uses of soundsMatter Characteristics of solids, liquids,and gases; parts to a whole Senses: seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, smelling Health and safety: forminghealthy habits, teeth, keepingsafeOnlineDVDTeacher Edition & Student Books7

Science4th EditionGENERAL SCIENCE Science, scientists, the five senses,STEM: the engineering designprocess (ask, imagine, plan, make,make better, share), a scientist’sworldview, process skills (observe,classify, measure, infer, predict,communicate) science tools (handlens, ruler, measuring cup/beaker,balance scale, thermometer),the scientific method (problem,hypothesis, materials, procedure,observations, conclusions)LIFE SCIENCEPlants Living things, nonliving things,needs of plants (light, air, water,dirt, space), ways people use plants,result of sin, parts of plants (roots,stems, leaves, flowers), life cycle(seed, seedling, adult plant), parentsand youngAnimals Environment, needs of animals (air,water, food, shelter, space), classifying animals (fish, birds, mammals),Heritage Studies3rd EditionEARTH-SPACE SCIENCEThe Earth and Its Lights Beginnings, earth’s rotation,sun (characteristics, path), stars(characteristics, star pictures), moon(characteristics, path, phases)PHYSICAL SCIENCELight Energy Beginnings of light, natural ormanmade light, light and objects(transparent, translucent, opaque),shadows, characteristics (illuminates, how light travels)Sound Energy How sound is made, how soundmoves, sound and matter, howsound is heard, how sound changes(volume, pitch)Communicating with Lightand Sound Around home, around school,around the community; additionalworldview learning Goods and servicesCulture Beginning map skills: cardinaldirections, map key, continentsand oceans, globe Tracing routes Simple mapmaking Reading map symbolsGovernmentWorld HistoryEconomicsFocus Developing a Christian worldviewof the family, community, jobs,land, and the United StatesWeather Seasons Water cycleHistory Time (past, present, future) Primary and secondary sourcesAmerican History Native Americans ExplorersDVD Be kind to others (in words andactions), healthy habits (for a strongbody, to keep germs away, to keepgerms away from others, for strongteeth), safe habits (at play, in the car,at home, in the community) Temperature, wind, the water cycle(clouds, rain, sleet, hail, snow), whata meteorologist is and does Native Americans Columbus and the New World Settlements: Jamestown andPlymouth Types of land and water, continents and oceans Globes and maps (title, key, compass rose), cardinal directions Saving and using resourcesOnlineCare for the Human BodyWeatherAmerican HistoryGeography8 Animals and people (similaritiesand differences), parts outside(head, arms, legs), parts inside(bones, muscles, heart, lungs, brain,stomach) Earth’s revolution and tilt, cycle ofseasons, characteristics of winter,spring, summer, fall Developing a Christian worldview of the family, community,America, and the world Missions Explorers4th EditionOUR BODIESThe Human BodySeasonsFocusGeographyHeritage Studiesparts of animals, life cycle (robin),parents and their offspring, resultsof sinTeacher Edition & Student Books Community, state, and nationalleaders The United States capital National symbols andmonuments Needs and wants Trading with the Indians Settlements: Jamestown andPlymouth Founding of the United States Abraham Lincoln Effects of immigration United States todayGovernment Rules and laws, justice Community, state, and nationalleaders; elections Description and symbols of theUnited States Rights and responsibilities ofAmerican citizensEconomics Needs and wants Goods and services Trading, barter, money Jobs, volunteers Budgeting Biblical worldview Changes in technology andtransportation Families and family trees Diverse Native American culturesSocial Studies Skills Primary sources Timeline Compare and contrast, main idea,classification, sequencing Graphic organizers, charts,graphs, diagrams Technology and toolsCulture Biblical worldview Families and homes Celebrations Families in history Churches and schools Changes in travel andcommunication Contributions of immigrantsSocial Studies Skills Addresses and landmarks Sorting and sequencing Bar graphs, diagrams, timelines,and calendars Literacy skills: compare, mainidea and details, fact and opinion,cause and effect800.845.5731

Math3rd EditionNumeration Identify 0–999 Writing 0–100 Number words: zero to twentyNumber Sense Ordinals: first–tenth; first, next,last; before, after, between Pattern; sequencing: first, next,last; before, after, between Number line Place value: hundreds/tens/ones;10 more/10 less; 100 more/100less; even/odd numbers; comparewith and ; expanded formCounting Count to 1000 by 1s; count to1000 by 100s; count to 200 by10s; count to 1

7 Grade 1 13 Grade 2 18 Grade 3 23 Grade 4 28 Grade 5 33 Grade 6 38 Elementary Spanish. 29 Secondary. 39 Grade 7 43 Grade 8 46 Grade 9 49 Grade 10 53 Grade 11 57 Grade 12 62 Electives. Contents. Textbook used with Online Textbook used with DVD. Teacher Edition & Student Books. Color Key