Sunday, July 15, 2012

Bible Noah Plan Kindergarten Week One, Quarter One

I'm so excited you have your Noah Plan Kindergarten curriculum! (If you haven't ordered yours yet, you can order it here.) This curriculum has blessed us a lot over the years. I'm to the point where I can use it as a spring board for writing my own curriculum and it is such an exciting experience! It may not be something you can envision for yourself, but you'll get there!

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I am happy to share some free printables and links for resources I have used to help encourage you on your journey. It can take a while to find some of these resources, so I hope this will bless your time by just finding them here on my blog.

What I do with my little ones is I sit all cozy on the sofa with them. I have the Noah Plan Curriculum in my lap and they have lap desks all ready or else they use the coffee table. I share with them from the lesson and on the first day we do our notebooking page assignment.

© Principled Academy

Download the free notebooking pages for this lesson here.

During each day of the rest of the week, we work on our memory verses and I'll ask them a few questions about what we talked about the first day of the week. This helps reinforce what we talked about.

If you find this free printable notebooking sheet helpful and/or you have suggestions, please leave a comment! 


Order Your Noah Plan Curriculum through our bookstore at Legacy Guardian.


  1. I have been struggling with the Principle Approach for two years, specifically with Noah Plan K for 4 weeks. I could NOT get a handle on it. My daughter said, "School is boring" and I couldn't agree more. But still, I struggled on b/c I just knew I was missing something. She is the last of my three and although the boys and I have had grand times homeschooling, I knew that I wasn't getting quite right, the Word seemed a daily add-on, not a beginning. She was to be different. Until I actually got started and stopped! This is what I needed to put flesh on the bones, spirit in the body. Thank you, thank you. A million times, thank you! God Bless :)

    1. I am so glad you find this blog to be a helpful resource! I struggled in the beginning, too. One of the biggest helps for me was realizing how customizable the Principle Approach really is. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. Blessings!