Without further ado, here's the pile o' books we're using, otherwise known as the cirriculum.
My handy dandy pocket for holding small bits of paper that a lot of kdg projects and games seem to consist of.
List of resources (what I'm using for each subject):
Lesson plans for each day of the week:
The character trait page (one for each week):
We are using the character line up (and printable character pages) from Mother Hubbard. We learn what the character means, the Bible verse that goes with it, and sing the song. Ethan LOVES the songs. We then read a Bible story that goes along with that trait and do a project that goes along with it.
The Character/Bible activity pages pocket: (I use this pocket to store the printed pages I will use that week.)
Some highlights of the last two weeks' character/Bible time:
Noah's Ark (follow directions to make an ark),
Nehemiah's Wall (be a good planner and leader to build a wall)
Stick puppets for the story of Mary (attentive) and Martha (busy with good things at the wrong time)
Math: (The workbook I found at Sam's Club. We skip the first pages that cover the easy stuff.)
Our Calendar Book: (explained here and here)
How many days in school: (hundreds chart)
Months of the year chart and song:
Days of the week song:
Observation worksheet for each month's weather graph:
Social Studies: (A family journal that I put together. It also somewhat coordinates with the character line up.)
Some social studies pics:
Science: (A workbook/textbook about the human body that my sister in law and I are putting together that matches up with the character trait schedule)
Some science pics from the last couple weeks:
Our reading stuffs: