A Beka is used as the foundation of the phonetic instruction. Emphasis is placed on producing reading for comprehension while encouraging Christian growth and a love for reading. Included in this curriculum is character building stories which teach doctrinal truths, vocabulary development and critical thinking.
A Beka Curriculum is used to provide mastery of basic math facts and emphasizes computation skills. The curriculum also balances problem solving, manipulative, math application, and extensive review.
A Beka Curriculum teaches God's plan for the family; concepts of government, geography, and community. It presents America's Godly heritage and includes Geography, United States and World History.
A Beka Curriculum is used to promote clear and effective oral and written communication. Emphasis is placed on grammar skills such as identifying parts of speech and correct verb usage. Creative writing includes composing expository writings, narratives, poetry, and other forms of literary genre.
A Beka Curriculum presents God as the Creator and sustainer of all things using an action-oriented, hands-on approach to develop scientific thinking over a broad base of scientific topics. It incorporates scripture-based background material.
A Beka Curriculum is used to provide daily lessons on both Old Testament and New Testament writing emphasizing the need to make Biblical choices in life. Memory work is given on a weekly basis.
There are thirty minutes of daily outdoor playtime or indoor physical games if weather mandates. Structured instruction in physical education is provided at least once during a P.E. period for each grade level.