The Principle Approach curriculum for homeschoolers is called “The Noah Plan.” It’s available at http://www.face.net. Here’s the scope and sequence for Kindergarten (can be adapted to Pre-K).
Curriculum is designed to transition children from standard preschool to Principle Approach grade school. Kindergarten is centered around the First Principle: God’s principle of Individuality…you are unique in God’s eyes. “God made me special, like no one else you see; God made me a witness to His diversity.”
Jesus is here and now. Old Testament history, Bible literature and wisdom. New Testament history, prayer and praise.
Early Reader’s Bible
Sowing the seeds of the love of language through literature, composition, syntax, and language appreciation. The Bible as literature. Notebook method.
Little House in the Big WoodsSnowflake Bentley
Tales from Shakespeare
Poetry of Isaac Watts
Children’s poets, lullabies
Winne the Pooh
Reading readiness; phonemic awareness, systematic explicit phonics. Oral language skills, listening comprehension, expressive language; reading fluency and comprehension; indirect and direct vocabulary learning. Bible as text.
Phonemic Awareness (text)
The Writing Road to Reading (Spaulding)
God’s principle of individuality, Jesus,”His Story.” Timeline of Providential History, Creation. Pilgrims and Indians, Columbus, Patriots, symbols of liberty. Special Day: Pioneer Day. Biblical geography, maps, continents, state history.
Abraham Lincoln (d’Aulaire)
George Washington (d’Aulaire)
The nature and character of God in all branches of science. Nature and elements of the earth.
Thinking mathematically, biblical and subject principles, art of computation; oral, mental, visual, kinesthetic, and linguistic math activities.
French–Mes Premiers Pas de Francias
Fine and Performing Arts
music and art appreciation; singing and rhythm instruments; art and crafts