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Before Five in a Row: A Treasury of Creative Ideas to Inspire Learning Readiness Paperback – March 1, 1997
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What I did like about this curriculum is that it gives you a starting point for building your own curriculum. It gives you an idea how to look at children's books and draw learning activities from the artwork, the story, the way the words are arranged, the subjects, etc. I also really enjoyed the variety of books, some of which I had never heard of and probably wouldn't have picked up on my own. Caps for Sale is a big hit here - my son asks to check it out any time we even mention the word "library"!
My advice with this curriculum is not to look at it as a curriculum, but rather a starting point. As a curriculum, it's disappointing, but as a jumping-off point for your own exploration of children's literature and preschool home education, it's great.