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Here's Why You SHOULDN'T Align your Preschool and Elementary Lessons

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Author/Source: David Rausch

Topic: Lesson Planning

The advantages to aligning preschool and elementary lessons are less than most people believe and the cost is much higher than most people realize. In short, the cost outweighs the benefits.

 

One of the most frequent questions asked in kids ministry is, “Should preschool lessons align with the elementary lessons?”

That’s a great question!

And I understand where it’s coming from.

For the past 15 or so years in the children’s ministry world, there’s been a popular movement to have kids of all ages (and sometimes even adults) learning the same thing at the same time.

There are definitely advantages to doing this, but here’s why GO! doesn’t follow the trend:

The advantages to aligning preschool and elementary lessons are less than most people believe and the cost is much higher than most people realize. In short, the cost outweighs the benefits.

Let’s break that down.

What are the advantages of aligned learning?

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