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Friday, August 13, 2010

abeka curriculum

This year for reading and phonics, I decided to go with Abeka K5. I am using it with Gracelyn and Ella. In an attempt to save money on curriculum and supplemental materials, I am making up visuals to go along with their lesson plans. If you are not familiar with Abeka, they start out teaching/reviewing short vowel sounds. I plan to share my visuals with anyone who is using the Abeka curriculum, too.


short i cards


i cards.docx



Indian Child poem


Indian Child poem.docx



short u cards


u cards.docx



umbrella chant


Umbrella Chant.docx

4 comments:

kewkew said...

I had found abeka books at the thrift shop last year (several crates worth for $20). I am still unsure how I am going to use it all as I don't have the full curriculum just bits and pieces. But I hope to figure out some cheap way to use them. My girls are only 3, 2 and 4 months right now. And we are doing letter of the week, starfall and progressive phonics for now. I really like your visuals. Where did you get the pocket holder you are using?
Blessings

Tam said...

at Target in the dollar section! I love the dollar section at Target!

Layton Family Joy said...

we used Abeka for K & 1st! FUN!! And I'm still trying to make it by without a laminator. (sob)

Corina said...

Hi! I remembered that you were making your own stuff to go along with Abeka. Did you see the "special sounds" cards in the dollar section at Target?? If I didn't already have the ones from ABeka, I would've gotten them - great set of cards and for only $1!! Might save you some time.