About Our Curriculum
Welcome to Harbor and Sprout: a comprehensive, nature-inspired, open-ended curriculum for the whole family, delivered to your inbox for $22 a month. Inside each monthly unit, you will find four weeks' worth of learning resources and lesson plans covering all subjects for your learners ages 3-12. Join the adventure and learn the Harbor & Sprout way with us!
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What Do I get?
You will receive a credit for a digital download of a full month’s worth of curriculum immediately to your inbox. Each unit is centered around one theme, and all subjects will include weekly open-ended, engaging lessons focused around that theme. With each new month, you will receive one new credit.
Each lesson comes with a lesson plan split into 4 distinct levels of learning to help you use the materials for your child's individual needs. This allows for family-style learning for ages 3-12 and years worth of connection and education!
How does it work?
Each month, our new unit will be automatically delivered to your inbox immediately upon release. For a full list of upcoming unit themes and delivery dates, please see the FAQ.
CONTENT EXAMPLE- H+S BOTANY UNIT, RELEASED JULY 2021
- Daily, weekly, and monthly planning pages
- Book list including stories, poems, and field guides with recommended ages, subject correspondence, and summaries for each title
- Lesson plans for 4 levels of learning
- Family read aloud with discussion guide and recipe
- Character kit- new monthly character illustrated by Stephanie Groves
Week 1: Parts of a Plant
Week 2: Photosynthesis
Week 3: Plant Cell
Week 4: Pollination
Week 1: Native Flowers of the World
Week 2: Leaf Identification
Week 3: Herbs
Week 4: Foraging
Week 1: Botany
Week 2: Theophrastus + Carl Linnaeus
Week 3: George Washington Carver + Agnes Arber
Week 4: Greenhouses
Week 1: Botanical Gardens Around the World
Week 2: Cardinal and Ordinal Directions
Week 3: Grid Mapping
Week 4: Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Week 1: Concrete Poems
Week 2: Similes and Metaphors
Week 3: Synonyms and Antonyms
Week 4: Present, Research, Create
Week 1: Brainstorm and Prewrite
Week 2: Research and Outline
Week 3: Write your First Draft
Week 4: Revise, Edit, and Proofread
Week 1: The Music of Edward MacDowell
Week 2: Exploring Crescendos and Musical Volumes
Week 3: Plants we Play
Week 4: Bloom and Grow
Week 1: Art Elements
Week 2: Artistic Style
Week 3: Color in Nature
Week 4: GREENhouses
Week 1: Patterns and Symmetry
Week 2: Counting and Operations
Week 3: Fractions
Week 4: Number Recognition and Graphing
Play Dough Mats
Giant Coloring Poster
Rainbow of Foods
Count and Clip Cards
Tracing and Coloring Pages
Plant Life Cycles
Revision Practice Sentences
Book Review and Report
Grammar Highlight: Nouns
Note Taking Pages