Tell Me A Story: Kindergarten
Explore Curriculum Areas Drawn from Bible Stories
Children love to hear stories. The Tell Me A Story unit studies
uses familiar Bible stories as the basis for developing skills that will
prepare your children for more formal academics. Your children may know
some of these stories, but their knowledge will be reinforced as you
explore the subject areas (language, math, history/geography,
science/health, music, and art) drawn from the Bible stories.
What Is Included
Readiness information is included in the pack. The 38 weeks of daily
lesson plans are designed for a two-hour session each day, but may be
broken up for smaller sessions. Basic scope and sequence requirements
for kindergarten are covered. We include a schedule and teaching notes
for Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley Mathematics K with the book.
Helping your student color in the Tell Me A Story Coloring Book
provides a visual image for the stories.
What Else Will I Need?
This is a complete program for a year of Kindergarten. However, you will
need some form of letters/numbers, such as magnetic ones for the fridge
and math counters (even beans). Wee Sing Bible Songs is referenced
in the Teacher’s Manual for music; you can get it through Amazon.com,
though many of the songs can now be heard on the Internet. The game
Somebody is also referenced, which again you can purchase through
Amazon.com or substitute some other visual aid to teach basic human body
If you have both a kindergartener and a Grade-1 student, it would be
convenient to teach them together using Tell Me A Story K Pack (8055)
and Tell Me A Story Gr-1 Pack (8056).
Tell Me A Story Kindergarten Materials
See each item below for further description and sample pages.
Tell Me A Story Teacher Manual
Tell Me A Story Coloring Book
SF-AW Mathematics Grade K