Start by Choosing Your Winter Promise Exclusives in Step 1, Then Add the Components You Wish to Build Your Package
Step 1 (REQUIRED): Choose Your WinterPromise Exclusives
This Bundle is the “Heart and Soul” of the Children Theme
You’ll need these resources to complete your theme. These resources are specially created for a rich educational experience by WinterPromise, and so they offer a lot of content presented in intriguing ways, including active learning opportunities. Most are used for many or all of the weeks of the year, and they focus on practical, you-can-do it, open & go family experiences!
You can compare below whether the Ebook, Mixed, or Print Bundle is right for your family. The Ebook and Mixed Bundles offer you a lot of additional ebook content.
Step 2 (REQUIRED): Decide on the Themed Essentials Books
This Book Bundle is Essential to Your Children Theme
The resources in this bundle are used for many weeks and represent the essential content your student needs to work through this program. The bundle includes the books needed to enjoy a focus on traditions of Christmas around the world, and the plight of children and families in developing countries.
Step 3 (OPTIONAL): Decide on Theme Specific Add-ons
You Can Take Extended Trips to Some Parts of the World:
Add any or all of these books and you can use optional “Extended Trips” weeks in your guide to spend more time enjoying these regions or countries.
This Bundle Offers Families Read-Together Fictional Books
Our Adventure Reading book sets are designed for families to read together, and spark discussions about important topics and values. They are a valuable time for families to use for connecting and passing along priorities and values to their kids in easy, teachable moments. Many sets include award winning titles that you’ll want as “friends” in your family library!
Step 5 (OPTIONAL): Add Geographic Resources for Mapping
Items Needed for the Geography Portion of Children:
Draw Your World – Recommended for students 5th grade and up; can be used by students as young as 3rd grade. This resource is scheduled throughout the year in Children Around the World.
National Geographic Student Atlas – You’ll need a good, easy-to-use atlas for this program. This one is recommended, but any similar one will work. The guide schedules certain passages from this particular atlas on topics regularly addressed by atlases for student use.