Excerpt from Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood education

Excerpt from Early Childhood Education

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Excerpt from Early Childhood Education

Allison Thorp

12 Replies to “Excerpt from Early Childhood Education”

    • Good question, Laura. Watch for a post next week with ideas. The text was only designed to be 1/2 credit but can easily be made into a full credit. I’ll add the link here for you next Monday.

      • I am also looking to make this course a full credit…..have you posted a link or syllabus to assist with that?

  1. Is it possible to see a Table of Content to see what the breakdown of each chapter is? I am interested in having my 9th grader use this as an elective. Thank you!

  2. Hello! We are interested in the Early Childhood Development Course. I am wanting to know if this is a full year course or one semester? How many chapters are there and how many pages per chapter? Also, are there quizzes? One more…are hard copies of the books available or is it all online?

    Thanks so much!

    ~ Jessica

    • Hi Jessica,
      Thanks for your question! Early Childhood Development course is .5 credit. It has 15 chapters with based on practical hands-on learning and assignments (light on the reading, so every chapter is around 5 pages), to be completed one chapter per week. The assessments are project based and there is an answer key to help parents grade. It is a downloadable e-text.


    • Hello. I am looking at this course to teach to a homeschool cooperative class with about 6-7 high school students. Would I need to purchase a copy for each student or just one download and able to make copies for each student? Or does this come in a printed book format?

      • Hi, Callie! Each student needs to buy a copy (if you have any siblings in your class, they could buy just one copy for their family, and each child in that family may use or print a copy for their own use). We offer a 33% co-op discount, so first send an email to info@7sistershomeschool.com and ask for your discount code. Share the code with your students’ families, and they can buy their copies at the discounted rate.

  3. Either is ok, Joanne. I’d go with your teen’s interest and needs for the year. Early Childhood Ed has a little Human Development in it as is necessary to understand preschoolers. Human Development text, of course, has the full womb-to-old-age life span. A number of families do the courses together in the same year.

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