KONOS Curriculum has been making an effort to produce more user-friendly material, and have so far come up with two new multi-level unit studies:Obedience and Orderliness. Both are for K-8th grade, and are stand alone units.Bothare designed to last9 to 14 weeks, butmost families spend 18 weeks on each manual. Each has an available timeline, and both are available in the KONOS In-A-Box sets,which not only include the curriculum manuals but also timeline characters, resourceandliterature books, and materials for arts and craftsincardboard carrying cases. The curriculum manualsinclude daily lessons, Bible studies, literature analysis, creative writing lessons, and hands-on activities. KONOS has also added every help, tip, and where-to-find imaginable.
Orderliness is much more science-oriented than the Obedience curriculum and teaches planets and solar system, calendars and seasons, as well as rock, animal, and plant classification. It can be used as a stand-alone unit study. The curriculum provides 9-14 weeks of science, history, literature, art, music, and Bible in a fun, hands-on format where kids will collect and mount bugs, identify and classify flowers, trees, and rocks. The unit concludes with ahilarious play on classification. Kids dress like Mars, a thallophyte, a gymnosperm, a starfish and more!
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