The K5 preschool curriculum teaches 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.
When you enroll in K5 BJU Press Distance Learning Online, you receive access to all the K5 distance learning content online and the Teacher Support Materials and abridged teacher's editions online as well as a copy of all the essential student textbooks and materials. The textbooks and materials are yours to keep.
Recommended Viewing Schedule: five 60-minute lessons per week; 160 lessons total
>>Click the Resources tab to view technical requirements for Distance Learning Online and information about the course’s instructor.
|260059||K5 Beginnings Student Worktext (3rd ed.)|
|190330||Reading Books for K5 Set (32 books; 3rd ed.)|
|187948||Phonics Practice for K5 (3rd ed.)|
|191825||Beginnings K5 Phonics and Review Cards (3rd ed.)|
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Mrs. Lawson previously taught kindergarten for four years. "One of my goals in teaching is to help your child feel successful at his present level and to encourage him to improve. Throughout the lessons, we talk about simple yet extremely important concepts, such as ‘God made me special,’ and ‘God gave me the Bible.’ I enjoy talking about these things with the children through the lessons. I wanted to be a teacher from the time I was a little girl, and I’m thankful to the Lord for letting me teach your child through this Distance Learning program."
Mrs. Walker has eight years’ experience teaching first grade at Bob Jones Elementary School. “My first love is to teach a child to read-primarily so that he can read God’s Word for himself and share it with others. He should be able to appreciate what he reads, draw conclusions, and make value judgments to become a thinker.”
Mrs. White enjoys working with children. She has worked with children from a variety of age groups in different aspects. "I have always wanted to teach, and I’m thrilled with the opportunity of teaching your child. I hope that your child will enjoy learning as well as develop a love for God and His Word."
Mrs. Franklin has worked with children from primary through high school. She loves teaching and is excited that the Lord has given her the opportunity to serve in this ministry. "My goal is to instill in each child a love for learning and to teach truths about God at the same time."
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