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age 2 curriculum

Play with a Purpose

The 2-year-old version of Hands on Homeschooling is divided into three daily activity segments. The curriculum has an informal layout and is designed to work around your time schedule. You could spend from a few minutes to a few hours on the daily activities - it depends on your child's interest in the projects and his attention span. Some people expand on the theme of a project by adding other activities. Some people use this curriculum as a resource for activities that they can do with their children – not following a daily regimen at all. How you use the curriculum is up to you. 

The only subject that is covered every day is the Bible Study. Each day you read the week's story and recite the month’s Bible verse. The Bible study starts on Monday with simply reading a story. Tuesday you read the story again and do a story related craft. Wednesday you read the story and there's a practical application (the application segment is a guide for you to use as a conversation with your child to help them better understand the story’s concept). Thursday you read the story using the craft you made on Tuesday. Friday you read the story and recite the Bible verse for a sticker on the Verse Chart (included as one of the patterns in the book). 

Monday through Friday you also cover two other topics from the following categories: Phonics/reading/writing (really basic, it’s not "desk work" like older kids would do), music, readiness skills (pre-k activities), science/health, social studies, mathematics (counting to 20 by the end of the school year), crafts, cooking, and field trips. 

Thank you,

Terri

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