PARENT TEACHER BOOKLET: This program is available for 1st through 6th grades.
Each subject is made up of a set of colorful booklets that are mailed out to the parent throughout the year. The curriculum presents a Christian worldview. A booklet format will offer more handwriting experience. Parents supervise student progress and grade daily work, quizzes, and a test prep assignment called a self-test. Then, the graded unit tests and quarterly report form are sent to the Academy for record keeping. You would keep copies of those tests for your records and send the original tests to the school. The Academy tracks the student’s academic progress and sends semester report cards. A booklet in each subject will take an average of three weeks to complete. Each booklet combines reading pages, exercises, occasional projects, review, and a test. Each booklet also has a systematic review of previous concepts for reinforcement. New concepts and skills are also integrated across other subjects for reinforcement. A student will complete approximately 50 booklets during a school year if using booklets for all subjects. This program is called “Parent Teacher” because the parent will be much more involved throughout the day than our online programs. The booklet curriculum is very similar to the scope and sequence of our online programs, plus many of the daily student procedures are similar as well. This allows a student in this program to quickly and successfully assimilate into one of our online programs if ever desired.
Parent Teacher Program Includes:
Parent Teacher PDF Booklet Samples: Please see By Grade/1st-2nd page for booklet samples for 1st-2nd grades.
Here are booklet curriculum samples for 3rd-6th grades. They include snippets such as contents, objectives, and partial lessons from a single booklet for the grade represented.
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Curriculum Scope and Sequence PDF’s:
This will overview the concepts the student will learn in each subject for the year. Each grade will normally have 10 units. (e.g. 600 is 6th grade level, 700 is 7th grade level) You may want to review the information of all 10 units for each subject in your student’s grade level.