Volume I Curriculum

(1 customer review)

$110.00

      • Seven character traits
      • Updated Booklists 2002
      • K-8 for 2 ½ Yrs.

Jessica’s Tips for Original Volumes

Moms who choose volumes are usually confident free-spirits. They enjoy going to library to pick their books, have a closet full or easy access to crafting stuff, want a general guide to daily schedule/pace without sacrificing family flexibility, and love to learn along with their kids. Original Volume and Volume Packages offer the most bang for your bucks!

Jessica’s Tips for Volume I

All Volumes have activities K-8th grade BUT if you think of a seesaw, Volume 1 is heavier on younger activities.

If your children are 4th grade and under, start with Volume 1. Volume 1 has the 1st Character Traits young children need to get down such as Attentiveness, Obedience, Orderliness and Trust. I wanted my kids to know these Character Traits BEFORE mastering Determination and Resourcefulness in Volume 3!

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VOLUME I

Attentiveness
Ears/Eyes/Other Senses
Sound/Music/Frontiersman/ Indians
Tracking & Trapping
Birds

Obedience
Authority/Light/Bible
Kings and Queens
Military
Friction/Resistance
Horses
Crime and Punishment

Orderliness
Sequencing/Counting/Measuring
Planets/Moons
Calendars/Seasons
Animal Classification
Plant Classification
Rock Classification

Trust
Deception/Illusion
Sheep/Weaving
Floating/Ships
Flight/Airplanes

Patience
Plant growth/Gardening
Grain/Bread/Yeast
Human Birth/Growth
Animal Birth/Growth

Stewardship
Ecology/Conservation
Managing Time and Money
Possessions/Career
Abuse/Prevention
Nutrition/Exercise/Rest/Fun

Honor
Attributes of God/Hymns
Pottery and Sculpture
Tabernacle
Cathedral/Church Architecture
Countries/Cultures
Kindness/Service/Etiquette

1 review for Volume I Curriculum

  1. Emily McKay

    My kids love this curriculum. They enjoy the hands on activities, resulting in them remembering the lessons. There are so many activities to choose from that cover history, science, life skills, writing, art, and so much more.
    I love that it teaches not only basic education but how to be a well round individual with high values and characteristic. Teaching my children to draw close to God is important. The religious aspect of this curriculum is optional.
    It can be used as a main curriculum along with a Math and Phonic (Grammar) curriculum. Or you can use the activities as a supplement. I’ve done both in the 3 years we have been homeschooling.
    I had trouble at first getting the flow of it. With so many activities to choose from it can feel overwhelming.
    The KONOS Compass book helped learn how to organized the lesson plan. But more importantly the 3 books; KONOS Obedience, KONOS Orderliness and KONOS Attentiveness curriculums helped me learn how to understand the flow.
    I’m now comfortable using Volume 1, 2, and 3 on my own.

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