I have been working on this resource for MONTHS and am so excited that it’s finally done. One day into using my Language Arts and Math Curriculum the first year I knew I needed more. I was instantly in love with the structure, the organization, and the peace of mind that having my entire curriculum planned and ready to roll.
Science and social studies was something I used to struggle to find time for in the classroom. Between fitting in all of those Language Arts and Math goals, working on communication, targeting social skills, and being consistent on behavior plans it’s hard to find time to go to the bathroom much less throw a social studies lesson in there.
I really wanted a curriculum that would be well rounded. There are so many important topics to cover. From animal habitats to parts of the plant to body parts to weather to the solar system. How do you possibly fit it all in!? Each unit in each curriculum focuses on a specific topic (or two) as you go through the levels – the topic stays the same but the content increases in difficulty. I love the idea of having the whole classroom working on the same theme but at their individual level!
These are big ole’ purchases because they are big ole’ units so I want to make sure you can see everything that’s include. Check out the video tours to see everything that is in this curriculum:
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