BiblioPlan

BiblioPlan is a Classical Christian History and Literature curriculum that is multi-aged, multi-grade and easy to use in families and co-ops. It has a history-rich Charlotte Mason styled approach allowing students to enjoy living books while learning history. BiblioPlan incorporates Bible, geography, art, memory work and writing. It is easy to adapt for gifted or struggling learners. BiblioPlan covers history from Ancients to Modern in a four year cycle for grades K-12.

 

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Dominic Martinez

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Christian Hale

Photographer

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General Information

 

  • Curriculum Developer – BiblioPlan
  • Website Link
  • Sample Link
  • Grade Level Scope: Lower elementary & Upper elementary
  • Subject Covered: Reading & History
  • Cost Range: $100 – $200
  • Supplemental Material Cost: none
  • Format: Physical product
  • Religious content: Yes

Basic Features

 

  • Methodology: Classical
  • Learning Styles Utilized: Visual and Verbal
  • Intelligences Utilized: Pictures
  • Teaching Styles Utilized: Living books
  • Common Core: No
  • Accredited: No
  • Teacher Helps: Average

Product Description 

 

  • Font Size: Average
  • Pictures: Lots of colorful pictures
  • Binding: Hard cover
  • Lessons Included: 6 units
  • Intended Curriculum Usage Length: 1 year

Adapability 

 

  • Amount of Handwriting Required: None
  • Executive Functioning Concerns: Loosely organized and requires student/teacher planning and organizing
  • Average Length of Lessons: 20 minutes
  • Concentration Level Required: Average
  • Modifiable by Lengthening Out Lessons: Very easy for parent to do
  • Language Complexity: Slightly more complex than average

Specific Disabilities 

 

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SPED Homeschool Review Crew Feedback

What was the one thing that most impressed you about this curriculum?

We loved the pictures included on every page of Remember the Days. The pages were beautiful and interesting and very sturdy!

What should parents of children with learning needs be aware of when looking into this curriculum?

BiblioPlan was not designed for special education so homeschool families will need to adapt and modify the curriculum based on their child’s level. This could include shorter reading passages or utilizing the audio version of the textbook. The Family Guide provides a very thorough list of additional readings that can be used to supplement or modify the text. The parent should look at lessons ahead of time to determine how to make the information appropriate for their student.