Dd turns 5 this September so we'll be offically doing Kindy this year too. Technically she would go to Pre-K because her birthday is after the cutoff for K. We don't have to start reporting till next year though (rule is child turns 6 during school year, which would be next year for her) We are going to continue working on her level, which is all over the place. Here is my Master Plan that I am working on, it's not completed yet. And while it looks all formal, it's not
all, this is for my record keeping and that is it. We do everything informally, there is no sit at desk and do school-time. She loves to do all these things. The (school) textbooks I picked up from thrift stores just for the heck of it. We basically read the pages together and most of the time I'm thinking about how dumb downed the books are.
ETA: ok, so technically it looks like we're doing grade 1 this year, but she'll be only 5. I don't know how this is supposed to work, if we're homeschooling and the reason is so that she can work on her level, but her age and birthday says she should be in prek in public school, but k age really, but working on first grade. So what grade is she in? why is this so confusing, lol?
Math: Miquon Orange Book, MacMillan Math text grade 1, Time4learning
Reading (alone): whatever level she is at
Literature (read alouds): Magic Tree House series +, Storytime @ library weekly
Language Arts (grammar, phonics, spelling): Time4learning
Social Science: Harcourt Brace Social Studies text grade 1, Macmillan People and Neighborhoods text grade 1, Stories from around the world Usborne
Science: Nature Classes at Rotary Park 2x/mth, Harcourt Science Text grade 1
Play/Social/Physical Ed: weekly homeschool group, park play, weekly ballet class, bike riding, beach, etc.
Art: Usborne Art Treasury, Art Ideas Usborne