TEACH Cleburne Elementary Classes

TEACH Elementary Schedule 2024-2025 School Year

Elementary Core Classes

core classes meet tuesdays & thursdays

In our ‘a la carte homeschool classes, teachers present new lessons for the core subjects two days each week.

Homework is assigned for the rest of the week and is a required part of TEACH participation.

Parents oversee assigned homework the other 3 days of the week.

Elementary Language Arts

After reciting the Pledge of Allegiance as a group, student’s head to their classrooms for a comprehensive language arts class.

The following curriculums form the core for each grade level. Additionally, depending on your student’s grade level, there are various novels, handwriting curriculums, and spelling.

Elementary student holding alphabet cards and matching picture cards
Box of wooden numbers and math manipulatives for elementary

Elementary Math

After morning recess, the second half of the morning block is dedicated to math learning.

TEACH Cleburne uses the Math U See program throughout all elementary math grades. Students participate in the math class best fitting their current learning level rather than be limited by their age or grade level.

Elementary Social Studies and Science

After lunch, it’s time for some fun, hands-on learning. Social Studies and Science curriculums are chosen by each teacher with various hands-on projects provided.

Teachers provide a current list of curriculum and supplies at registration. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out. We’re happy to find the answer.

it's the perfect balance of flexibility and support!

"Let me tell you about my kids’ school – TEACH Cleburne. They love our kids, and I’m not just saying mine. If your school doesn’t just wrap its arms around your babies, you are missing out, and so are your kiddos."

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Elementary Homeschool
Electives Classes

All of our classes are a la carte. Find the perfect elective to enrich your homeschooling experience whether you attend core classes or not.