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K5 Student Kit

The K5 preschool educational materials teach kindergarteners to develop a broad base of interests by applying their natural curiosity. Bible stories and lessons in Bible Truths spark an early interest in God’s Word. In addition to teaching art, science, and heritage studies, K5 Beginnings teaches listening, phonics, and reading comprehension. Math manipulatives are used to illustrate basic math concepts such as numbers, time, and money. Music K encourages preschool students to get active and learn about music at the same time.

When you purchase a complete student kit, not only do you save money but you also gain the strength of unified educational materials. Though choosing textbooks from many sources may seem to provide flexibility and customization, using the complete educational materials of BJU Press lets students focus on learning rather than on navigating yet another perspective. BJU Press textbooks provide consistency in scriptural and academic standards—every subject, every grade. And our teacher's editions and ancillary materials allow for generous flexibility and customization within a unified biblical worldview.

Please note that this kit is not compatible with Distance Learning.

  • Copyright Year - 2014
  • Grade Level - K5
  • Publisher - BJU Press

K5 Student Kit


What's Included?

Item Price Quantity
Reading Books for K5 Set (32 books; 3rd ed.) (In Stock) $50.00
Beginnings Student Worktext for K5 (3rd ed.) (In Stock) $34.72
Beginnings K5 Phonics and Review Cards (3rd ed.) (In Stock) $10.28
Phonics Practice for K5 (3rd ed.) (In Stock) $24.44
Math K5 Student Worktext (4th ed.) (In Stock) $25.56
Math K5-Grade 1 Student Manipulative Packet (4th ed.) (In Stock) $17.78
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great curriculum The only problem I have is that the cover came off in the first week and he pages are falling out. If you want to remove the pages then this would be great, but I like to keep it all together so it is really frustrating. This book is not necessary for the overall curriculum if your child can already write his letters and recognize letter sounds, this book would not be profitable. October 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great curriculum The only problem I have is that the cover came off in the first week and he pages are falling out. If you want to remove the pages then this would be great, but I like to keep it all together so it is really frustrating. October 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great curriculum The only issue I have with this book is that the cover came off after the first week and the pages are falling out. I guess it's nice if you separate the pages from the book, but I like to keep it all together. October 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fun little booklets This set of booklets for kindergartners is very good for the beginning reader to get used to the idea of reading. The child practices reading with a parent several times with the same book, so that they gain confidence in that set of words. March 23, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by K5 I love this curriculum! It makes teaching my son a whole lot easier. My daughter's school uses the exact same curriculum. I'm teaching my son at home as he is Autistic & we are trying to get him to a point to where he can attend school with his sister. This curriculum being so similar helps a great deal & makes it to where the school is able to assist me in teaching when needed. One thing that would be helpful would be if some of the suggested activities were suited more for homeschooling instead of big classroom settings. Other than that, it's great! October 5, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Reading Books for K5 Our teacher and students love these resources. The colors are beautiful and the "stories" engaging. Seems like the "Words at Work" and "Reading Guide" pages should be switched, since the Reading Guide is obviously for the teacher and means nothing to the student. Another suggestion - thicker paper. We decided to use volunteer help to disassemble, laminate and reassemble to make them last longer. $47 per student will hopefully make these last three (or more) years. November 4, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by K5 not user friendly though great content This is my first experience with BJU for kindergarten. I have recently discovered BJU for my older child and have loved their language/reading program for 2nd and third grade. For kindergarten I had to break my budget to buy all the needed items for their Beginnings curriculum. However, my biggest challenge is finding what the curriculum is asking for. For instance, some learning song are in the back of one book or maybe in the front of another. Work pages are the same. Except for the workbook pages, the other work sheets send me on a scavenger hunt trying to find them. As far as the content, it is supurb. October 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by More Than Happy I knew I needed something for my son that would help him develop critical thinking skills. We are 3 weeks into his K-5 ciriculuim and he is showing huge improvements in how he is thinking through stories and such. His comprehension is increasing daily and we are able to work longer on where he needs help and speed through areas he seems to excel in. Everything is colorful and easy. There are a few choices I would have made differently on pictures chosen for the visuals but usually you find out that they are going to be used in the lessons specifically and we have adapted well. EX: The letter E visual card is represented by Esther, Since she is dressed like a Queen this was confusing to my son at first. However we have learned that we can explain who she was and move forward from there. This sometimes happens on the phonics pages too. Ex: The /w/ sound is represented by a candle with a small arrow pointing to the wick. This was a bit challenging because I could barely see the wick. But I realized it was more helpful to go over these images before allowing my son to dig into the work instead of hovering over him to see if he was doing it right to begin with. So you can see this is very minor and in the long run I can see that it is forcing me to be a better teacher and my son to be a better student because of the lay out. The biggest bonus and both me and my son are having a great time. He is enjoying school and when we have to skip a day he is very upset. September 29, 2015
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