Lads & Ladies of Wisdom Character Curriculum
This curriculum for elementary children is a sequel to Little Lads & Ladies of Virtue, our preschool/early elementary character curriculum. If you have elementary-aged children, you can just start with this curriculum. It is made to be adaptable for grades 1-6. For the younger kids, have them only memorize the main part of the Bible verse, rather than the whole thing. In the copywork/activity booklet you can choose print or cursive for copying, and select activities based on each child’s abilities.
This curriculum provides you with 5 months of character lessons, which will take minimal preparation, and can be taught in 5-10 minutes a day. The lessons include a memory verse for the week, and 5 daily lessons a week. Provided in the lessons are a weekly memory verse, 3-4 KEYS that relate to applying the character quality in their daily life, games, object lessons, or role-play, and a prayer for the child to pray about applying what they have learned. There is also a coloring page for each lesson. Included is a reward chart with a treasure chest, and space to display the “treasure” that they earn each week as they grow in wisdom.
Lads & Ladies of Wisdom Character Curriculum is available in print/bound form or digital download.
CLICK HERE to download a sample lesson and view the Table of Contents!
These products are available as ebooks, which you can download and print immediately, or in a print/bound form. Please note that the print/bound form is not in color except for the cover. Please see the examples above.
Also, available as a supplement to the curriculum is the daily Copywork and Activity book to go along with the lessons.
The copy work includes both manuscript and cursive. Each day the student will copy the memory verse and the KEYS for each lesson. This will give them handwriting practice, while also helping to reinforce what they are learning in the daily lessons.
Also included are additional fun activities for the kids to do, like word search puzzles, crossword puzzles, match-ups, and word scrambles.