Your children will grow in their love of learning through our literature-based curriculum that
- encourages critical and creative thinking,
- provides challenging and engaging projects, and
- supports different learning styles.
With Moving Beyond the Page, each day is different. Every activity is designed to instill a love of learning and creative expression.
Moving Beyond the Page is how children want to learn!
Our curriculum is a great choice for families and teachers working through a distance learning school or charter school. Our curriculum covers state and national standards while providing a unique literature-based approach to learning, hands-on activities, and critical and creative thinking skills.
"...the material is fantastic and the concept is so simple, learning through literature. Absolutely love this company and my decision to buy my curriculum from them this year"
" Love that mbtp is teaching a six year old to be a literary critic! We have used used mbtp for 4 years, and I am continually impressed with how and what they teach."
"This is the most comprehensive and vigorously prepared curriculum we have encountered in our 15 years homeschooling."
"It is extremely interactive and fun for us, and is definitely a change of pace from the last curriculum we did which was mostly reading and writing (this became very repetitive for the both of us)."
Did she read...
- eleven novels, a book of Native American short stories, and a biography of Benjamin Franklin,
six books that explore the history, art, and culture of Africa, Asia, and Europe,
five books related to the early history of the Americas and the US Government, and
five books that investigate rocks and minerals, electricity, animal adaptations, and force and motion?
Did she complete 12 major writing assignments that include...
- personal letters,
- business letters,
- descriptive paragraphs,
- persuasive arguments,
- short stories,
- newspaper articles,
- poetry, and
- a book chapter?
Did she experiment with...
- different types of soil while varying plant growing conditions,
- outdoor composting techniques,
- ecosystems made in jars,
- magnets, magnetic fields, and magnetic shields,
- electric conductors and insulators,
- batteries and motors,
- friction, forces, and projectiles,
- a balloon rocket to show the third law of motion,
- different rocks to demonstrate streak, hardness, magnetism, and reaction with acid,
- shortening and ice water to appreciate the adaptations of polar bears to their environment, and
- simple machines like wedges, planes, screws, and pulleys to make work easier?
Did she make...
- memories square dancing with her friends,
- a pioneer dinner for your family,
- airplane wings to demonstrate lift,
- a quilt with squares from countries all over Asia,
- a nutcracker from a European country,
- a compass with a sewing needle and a piece of cork, and
- a world explorers card game?
She would have done all this and more if she had used the Age 8-10 level this year.