Is my Letter of the Week Preschool Curriculum a little too easy for your student? Are you ready for something a little more challenging? Then the K4/5 Kindergarten Curriculum is for you! The K4/5 Curriculum is geared towards kids ages 4-5 who are ready to start kindergarten (or have completed my Letter of the Week preschool curriculum) and want a fun hands-on kindergarten curriculum.  The curriculum introduces beginning reading, math and handwriting skills that will give your student a huge advantage as they proceed through their elementary years.


Upon completion of this program, students will have a basic understanding of simple addition and subtraction, place value, basic 1 and 2 vowel words, beginning reading skills, logical thinking and much more! With this curriculum you also receive 34 weeks worth of daily lesson plans to help guide you through a full year kindergarten skilled activities.

Here’s a video review of my Kindergarten Curriculum to help give you a better idea of what’s included, and how to setup, prepare, and organize a successful kindergarten year!

What’s Included?

You will receive 34 weeks worth of daily lesson plans as well as all of the printables to help guide you through a full year kindergarten skilled activities. Click here to see a sample of the K4 lesson plans.


Here are a few of the skills covered in my kindergarten curriculum:

  • 34 Weekly LESSON PLANS!
  • Bible
  • Math
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Art
  • Music
  • Movement
  • Motor Skills
  • Logical Thinking
  • Sight Words
  • Vowel Sounds/Blends
  • and More!


Click here for more information on how to organize the K4/5 Kindergarten Materials!


  1. Hi Erica! Would you use this as your only kindergarten curriculum? I have purchased All About Reading, Spelling You See, and a math curriculum for my daughter, but I also love your curriculum and I would love to use it! Thanks!

    Mary Ann
    1. We used it this past year for kindergarten and the only thing I added the second half was Bob books for readers. This is a pretty comprehensive curriculum for kindergartners.

  2. Erica! We have no need for your Kinder curriculums at this point, but you make such nice videos that I couldn’t help but watch – so much fun. Your curriculums are amazing. I (kind of) wish we had another little goober so we could use this 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  3. Hi Erica – I too purchased the K4 Curriculum at the end of last year. Is there a way we could get an updated 2015-16 cover page for the (Kindergarten) Daily Notebook? Also, do you have any tips on how to homeschool kids that are back to back? I’ll have a Kindergartener & a Preschooler (less than 18 mos apart). Thank you for all you do! I’ve learned so much from your blog!

  4. Hi Erica! As usual you totally get me excited for our new school year! My question echos a few of the previous ones, we purchased the K4 on cd 4 years ago. Do you have an updated upgrade available? or do I need to order the newest version?
    thank you again for all you do!!!! God Bless you and your family 🙂

    noel holley
  5. I also have your k4 program. We will be starting it by September. Is the k4/5 program different? Would I have to purchase this or would I be able to get access to the additions you made to it? Also, is the curriculum schedule different? Thank you

    1. The K4/5 program is the same, I just renamed it because it’s really a full kindergarten curriculum at this point 🙂 If you purchased awhile back and want updates, just send me an email and I can send you links to re-download.

  6. hi Erica, we are so excited to start this year using your k4 curriculum, however I am having a little trouble with the cd. it seems as if when I click the link its the compressed version coming up, not the actual worksheets and such. I have tried everything I can think of, if you could help I would be so greatful. we are looking forward to this year and all of the curriculum you have put together and are so incredibly greatful for it. please respond via email thanks so much in advance.

    shaina whalley
  7. Hi Erica,

    I was wondering something similar, but my question is a little more specific. If I just utilize everything for the daily lesson plans for the year, how many pages are there to print? I understand there are extras, if I so desire, but for now, your program looks so comprehensive, I may just print and utilize what is necessary for just the lesson plans (to save money and time- we have 5 young children, and we homeschool), and then print and laminate the extras for next year (my husband and I have 4 children who will be using this curriculum- 3 this year, and 1 in the coming years, so printing will be very expensive). You may not know the answer to this next question, but just in case you do, how many of the printables are in black and white, and how many are in color? I also wanted to know if there was any bible curriculum included (forgive me if there isn’t…I have been on so many sights this evening, I can’t remember which is which). If there is, what is included? Thanks a lot, in advance.

    Warmest regards,

    1. There are about 850 pages in the k4 printables if you use all of them. I normally recommend for printing as they offer like $0.09 / sheet printing I believe. You can choose to print everything in color, or in black and white to save money as well. I’m sorry, I don’t know how many pages are color vs black and white. You can re-use the materials with your other kids as well. To do that you might want to put the pages in page-protectors then your child can do the worksheets using a dry-erase marker, which will make them re-usable for future siblings.

      There are bible memory verses included in the curriculum, however I use a music CD to help memorize those, so if you don’t get the CD then you wouldn’t know which verses to do. I hope that helps!


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