Amazing Grace Early Education Center

Where Learning Begins - 856-294-5433

The A Beka Book Curriculum 
for our 2 1/2, K4 & K5 Students

Here at AGEEC, the A Beka Book curriculum is used for the 2 1/2 year old program, 4-year-old K4 program and our K5 program.  The A Beka Book Reading program has been a success story nationwide for many years because it teaches children basic reading skills using an intensive phonics program.  The intensive phonics approach is taught systematically throughout preschool and kindergarten.  The highly acclaimed phonics-first A Beka Book Reading Program leads to early independence in reading by developing early word-analysis and comprehension skills.  The children who are learning to read with this program are certainly blessed and will profit from this firm educational background for the rest of their lives. Feel free to visit their website for more information at http://www.abeka.com/AbekaDifference.aspx

A Beka Scope and Sequence  

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2 1/2 year old curriculum scope and sequence

PK4 Preschool curriculum scope and sequence 

K5 Kindergarten curriculum scope and sequence 

 (The children will be learning to write in manuscript not cursive)

BJU Press 3-year-old Curriculum

New for 2018!  We will be implementing the Bob Jones University (BJU) Press Curriculum.  The 3-year-olds with thrive with the BJU Press's Pathways for Preschool Program..Designed specifically for K3, our program is both research-based and developmentally appropriate.  Young learners will delight in learning the new things as they meet daily with fun characters in the Big Red Barn.  It's filled with songs, rhymes, games crafts, stories, learning activities and more!  Students will learn reading skills using phonemic awareness.


Scope and Sequence of 3 year old program - Click here.

Growing and Learning In Preschool

Watch this 5 minute video on why children need preschool and how they learn.  This research had been give to us by the NIEER - National Institute of Early Education Resource.  www.nierr.org

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