What is the A Beka preschool curriculum?


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The A Beka preschool curriculum is a selection of teaching materials for language development, phonics, numbers and skills development for children ages 2 and 3. The curriculum has selections for home schooling and has an emphasis with a Christian perspective.

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The curriculum includes songs, poems, arts and crafts, finger plays, and flash cards to teach preschool children letters and sounds, numbers, counting, and character building, with books such as "Growing Up with Amber Lamb Visuals."

Selections from the curriculum can be purchased separately, according to A Beka's material recommendations. A Beka has a sample schedule on its website to use as a guide to plan the curriculum, including recommended materials as well as daily and weekly schedule suggestions.

A Beka was founded by Dr. Arlin Horton and his wife Beka in 1954 to provide quality education to students at Pensacola Christian Academy. Its purpose is to provide educational materials written from a Christian perspective for Christian schools and for families who home school. With illustrated books, teaching aids and challenging exercises, A Beka's goal is to make education interesting and memorable. It offers material for nursery school up to 12th grade.

A Beka reaches over a million children every year with its curriculum.

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