Montessori Homeschoolers First Grade|Full Curriculum ELA, Math, Science(5x/Week)
Prepare for your child to take on the world with team work and self-autonomy! Our complete first grade curriculum is a homeschool-helper which includes Math, Science, and English Language Arts: spelling, phonics, story time.
Shooting Star Academy by Daniela Mera
277 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 28 learners
5x per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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WELCOME SHOOTING STARS! 💫 Shooting Star Academy’s full curriculum First Grade class gives learners a complete classroom experience with writing, STEM science, storytime, beginning linguistics in Spanish, intermediate English Language Arts, and Montessori math. Our teachers work hard to ensure each student’s needs are met, and these courses are designed so that a learner can come and go each week as needed. We do not build upon previous content, so it isn’t necessary to attend every week...
Every Sunday parent’s are given a weekly resource packet in the classroom tab. There are materials that will need to be printed out, so a printer is required to participate in these classes. Students should also general school supplies like glue sticks, colored pencils/crayons/markers, scissors, and a wipe board with dry erase markers. Book Schedule: **TEACHERS WILL BE READING THESE BOOKS IN CLASS, YOU DO NOT NEED TO PURCHASE THEM. We don't have class during major US Holidays, so the book schedule is planned accordingly. January: 1. Do Not Wish for a Birthday Unicorn! - Sarina Siebenaler 2. The Everything Kids’ Human Body Book - Sheri Amsel 3. Help Hungry Henry Deal with Anger - Esther Pia Cordova 4. My Body Sends a Signal: Helping kids recognize emotions - Natalia Maguire February: 1. Friends Forever - Sandra Morrison 2. The Little Book of Kindness - Zack Bush and Laurie Friedman 3. All Different and Beautiful - Belle Belrose 4. Jake the Growling Dog Shares His Trail - Samantha Shannon March: 1. Animals and Plant Life Cycles - Kimberely Perigard 2. Poop On the Potato Farm - Kelly Lee Culbreth 3. The Apple Seed - Tamar Ariel Cohen 4. Kitty the Cat Plants A Flower Garden - Adele Woodward April: 1. Greta and the Dark Cloud - Lana Simkins 2. Everything Kids’ Weather Book 3. Stormy Weather - MaryLou Quillen May: 1. David of the Bees Gathers Honey - Francie Farmer 2. Where Is My Family? - Skye Wade 3. The Backyard Bug Book for Kids - Lauren Davidson June: 1. My First Book of Ocean Animals - Ginger L. Clarke 2. Pete the Cat and the Treasure Map - James Dean 3. Saving Tally - Serena Lane Ferrari July: 1. Little Kids First Big Book of the World - National Geographic & Elizabeth Carney 2. There’s a Map on My Lap! - Tish Rabe and Aristides Ruiz 3. Wally the Wandering Wallaby’s Around the World Adventure - Mae Pelkey 4. A Ticket Around The World - Natalia Diaz August: 1. My First Book of Earth - Stephanie Manka Schuttler PhD 2. The Street Beneath My Feet - Charlotte Guillain September: 1. Pete the Cat Goes Camping - James Dean 2. Good Night Campsite - Loretta Sponsler 3. Llama Llama Loves Camping 4. Tall Tall Tree - Anthony D. Fredericks October: 1. What Can I Be? - Tiffany Teachey 2. Who’s Hat Is This? - Amy Bailey Huehlenhardt 3. My Five Senses - Aliki 4. Look, Listen, Taste, Touch, and Smell: Learning About Your Five Senses November: 1. Little Kids First Big Books of Space - National Geographic Kids 2. My First Book of Planets - Bruce Betts PhD 3. I Am the Moon - Rebecca and James McDonald December: 1. The Arctic Fox’s Journey - Morgan Huff 2. Who Lives Here? Polar Animals - Deborah Hodge
5 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Since these classes do include crafts and science projects, there are potential hazards for young learners. Example: using scissors in class. It may be necessary for a parent to supervise cutting, pasting, or other hands-on activities.
Shooting Star Academy by Daniela Mera
Interactive and exciting learning for primary school-aged children inspired by Montessori and Reggio Emilia techniques.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
277 total reviews
234 completed classes
Welcome to Shooting Star Academy! 💫 ✨MISSION STATEMENT✨ Our mission is to empower young through Montessori-inspired Curriculum, to build lasting bonds, establish a firm foundation in all core subjects, and build confidence. We are dedicated to...