Learn Your Letters, Learn to Serve Complete Curriculum Kit

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Teach your child to serve…one letter at a time!  This 183 page downloadable or hard copy kit includes thorough lesson plans, games, crafts, recipes, memory verses, Bible story suggestions, vocabulary stimulation and discussion, play, books to read and so much more…all while encouraging service to God!

Each letter you study includes suggestions for service, such as “Take a new Bible to B__________” on Bb week, “Make soup for someone who is sick on Ss week, and “Deliver flowers to F_______________” on Ff week.  Your child will make gifts or food, offer help and learn to think of others.  As a family you can delight in praying together about who you would like to serve and what form of service you would like to offer!

This curriculum kit can be used as a supplement to what you are currently doing to teach your child preschool basics…or it can be used all on its own as a complete early learners curriculum tool.  It is absolutely not just for home schoolers.  Learn Your Letters, Learn to Serve is for any family who would enjoy learning and serving together with little ones.  In addition, Learn Your Letters, Learn to Serve Curriculum Kit may be purchased for use in a Sunday School Classroom or Preschool Classroom.

To get a feel for what this kit is like, help yourself to free Curriculum Sample Pages, including the lesson for LetterBb!

What Learn Your Letters, Learn to Serve includes:

  • 101 Page Learn Your Letters, Learn to Serve Book of ideas, instructions, recipes, tutorials and service planners  (the majority of this book can be left paperless, unless you choose to print it and bind it)
  • Alphabet Practice Packet (26 pages of printable letter writing practice)
  • Alphabet Project Packet (printable projects that go along with various lessons)
  • Memory Verse Packet** (26 printable memory verses to decorate and place on the wall or in a binder)
  • Parent Planning Packet (planning pages, teaching suggestions, scheduling ideas)

Feel free to email me with questions!  This kit is available in download form (have it in your hands today!) or hard copy form (allow about two weeks for shipping).

 I pray that you will be as blessed as our family has been as you learn and serve together!

Downloadable Version
$45.00
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Printed Version
$68.00
(price includes entire 183 page color printed kit and shipping costs) U.S. only.
Contact me if you’re interested in having a book shipped outside the U.S.!
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**Memory verses are in NIV, but are available in KJV by request!

BONUS!!!!  We’ve packaged our downloadable curriculum kit with 5 more downloadable parenting resources, then greatly reduced the price.  Get this package deal here!

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  1. Stephanie M says

    I just purchased this curriculum and have spent the past 20 minutes perusing it. Just wanted to say thank you for your hard work. I’m looking forward to using it with my children!

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  2. Hope says

    All our children are older than preschool age, but that doesn’t mean we can’t use this in our home. We try to teach our children how to serve others but sometimes we come up blank. This curriculum is an awesome way to incorporate new ideas. Thank you so much Laura for all your hard work!! I am anxious to get it and start using it with our children. Just have to work it into our already strenuous budget. :)

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  3. says

    I love this curriculum! Such a great combination of ideas. I just prined off the “B” trial sample so that we can give it a try with our 2 year old boy! I plan on buying the whole thing if he likes it!

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  4. Karena says

    Any chance this will be an actual hard copy book to buy soon? Ebooks don’t work so well for me–old computer/old printer. Costs a bunch to print it off with our printer. Thanks!

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    Laura Reply:

    I would like to work on getting it published. I’ll be sure to blog about it as soon as that happens!

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  5. Emilee says

    Thanks I just ordered it and can’t wait to get started with my 4 year old!

    Here is a great cd that would go along well with this, it has a scripture verse spoken by a child and then sung by adults a husband and wife I believe.

    https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/abeliza

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    Laura Reply:

    It is SO funny that you would bring this up right now. I happen to be getting ready to post a review/giveaway for this RIGHT NOW!! :)

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    Emilee Reply:

    OH NICE! I was just about to order it! :)

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  6. Kim says

    Does it matter what order you do the letters in? We are going through Get Ready for the Code and I would like to introduce the letters in the order that they present them. Still trying to decide if I should get your lovely curriculum before the end of the day…..
    Also, can you tell us which activities that your older children participate in. I know that my 6yo is going to want to do it all with her little brother and sister but she has her own stuff to do.
    Thanks.

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    Laura Reply:

    You can do the lessons in any order you like. In fact, although I wrote the book in alphabetical order, when I actually worked through this curriculum idea with my son a few years ago, we were all over the place with letters…definitely didn’t do it in ABC order! It works however you want to do it!

    The older kids can participate in just about everything. The only thing they may not want to do is the writing activities in which the little ones are exposed to learning how to write the new letter. Otherwise, the olders can make the crafts, cook the recipes (and eat the food!), play the games and especially participate in the acts of service. We’ve really made this a whole family project when we’ve done it…just let our littlest ones be the “main guy” in final decision making as far as who we deliver a treat or gift to.

    Hope that helps!

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  7. Johanna says

    What age range do you think fits “early learner”. I hope to be SAHM by the time DS is 3yr, and based on the sample lesson this seems like a good fit, albeit a little early for some of the activities. What ages were YOUR kids while creating this? I think this could still be useful even after he starts traditional school [if we go that route].

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    Laura Reply:

    We started this idea when our second son was 3. He was the one we used it with most, but our then 6 year old joined in the fun and the one year old brother went along for the ride! :) I recommend this usually for children ages 3-7(ish). I think some two year olds could handle some of it (then revisit other parts of it later). Plus, even my older kids (8 and 10 year olds) are enjoying doing parts of it with our five year old now!

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    Johanna Reply:

    That’s what I figured! I’m sure we’d repeat the series a few times as he grows into it, and it would be good activities for us adults too!

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  8. Tanya Wood says

    I just found this website by someone that listed it on the Mops (mothers of preschoolers) website. I am a Moppets coordinator (gets volunteers to watch the children and provides activities or curriculum for the children). I am going to try the free trial with my three year old and hope to purchase the rest for my moppets kids. I am really excited about it because our church is big about living missionally. The serving aspect really got me. Thanks

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  9. Rebekah says

    I started this today with my 3 year old and we had so much fun! I think its going to be a good curriculum for us. He’s excited to do more tomorrow so that is a good sign! I can’t wait for us to deliver his first gift to the unsuspecting someone at the end of the week!

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  10. Janet says

    This looks wonderful! As far as providing a hard copy, would it be possible for you to print it out and spiral bind it for those who cannot do an e-book easily?

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    Laura Reply:

    I’m looking into this, it’s just pricey!

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  11. Mama to boys says

    Blasted exchange rate! Blows this awesome resource way past my budget limit!! Love the sample lesson though its exactly what I’ve been looking for. Might have to save hard :)

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  12. mom to C says

    I need to download this to a shared computer because of internet speed problems. Will I be able to transfer the file onto a CD or jump drive? Just wanted to make sure it wasn’t coded in some way. Really want to buy it but I need to figure out how!

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    Laura Reply:

    These are all just simple pdf files. There are about eight (I think!) files in all and you can download them at your own speed. Once you purchase, you’ll receive an email with a link to all the downloads.

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  13. Amy Gray says

    Laura,
    Would you be able to briefly tell me what Part Time Business for Full Time Moms is about? I clicked on the site….Internet CEO and they want your name, address, etc. but I really do not want to speak on the phone right now.
    I follow your blog but have moved and haven’t been on the computer for a long time. I love it, and tonight I logged in and saw the add.

    Thank you so much,

    Amy
    PS I do not have kids at home (GrandMom ) Is that ok?

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    Laura Reply:

    That link is by some moms who are Melaleuca reps – it is a legit business and something that I felt like I could endorse. I have several friends who are involved in Melaleuca and it’s good stuff. I know I’m spelling Melaleuca wrong. :( And yes…GrandMom is great!

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  14. says

    I love this idea! I can’t actually purchase the curriculum but am trying to run with some of the ideas! We are having a blast making different foods. I’m also really enjoying your website!

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  15. Shannon McCrary says

    This is a wonderful idea! Unfortunately I can’t afford the $45 right now because my husband just lost his job (which was our only income) :( Maybe if God sees fit, he will provide it for us in the future. Awesome job on the curriculum!

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  16. Melissa Friend says

    Hope to win this for a friend! I take care of her four-year old son & treat him like a “grandson”.

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  17. Rachael says

    I was wondering if all the scripture is KJV?

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    Laura Reply:

    The kit actually comes with scripture in NIV. However, for those who prefer KJV, I have a Scripture Packet I can send them (for free with purchase) with all verses in KJV. :)

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  18. Tiffany says

    Laura,

    I read your blog daily and I love all of the knowledge and recipes that I have gained from it. You are truly a blessing. I was also an educator before having children and now I am currently homeschooling my own. I am very interested in buying your preschool curriculum and think that the sample is amazing. I also love the fact that I can get the verses in KJV but I have another customization if you could humor it…Is there any way that you could use a more child friendly font on the handwriting page? I try to only demonstrate very basic writing skills for my over achievers or they will get hung up on their letters not looking like the font on this particular page. No biggie if you can’t I can always supplement with other handwriting sheets. Honestly, I don’t know the font that I would even want but if there is a font with a regular style lower case (a) that looks like a “ball with a stick so it won’t roll away” that would be just lovely! Thanks Again for all of your hard work and dedication as a mother and share your God given gift with the rest of us.

    Tiffany

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    Laura Reply:

    Oh, I wish I would have just done that from the beginning, since it makes so much sense! To create an additional pack for this would be pretty tricky for me at this point. HOWEVER, I can let you know that since I know every parent has a different writing style they’d like to teach their kids, I didn’t put any letters on the lines of the Alphabet Practice pages, leaving that to the parents. So, there is an Aa at the top of the page with the funky “a” without the ball and stick, but at least the lines themselves are open and ready for the parent to draw it the way they want their child to learn!

    I hope this ends up being a great curriculum choice for your family!

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  19. Raechel says

    This curriculum looks great!! I love the diea of serving and learning together! I would love to win this for my son.

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  20. Rachel says

    The sample page of “Bb” does not come up just the introduction page. This looks like an interesting curriculum but want to be able to see more of the actual samples before I commit to purchasing.

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    Laura Reply:

    I put the intro with the sample pages of Bb so that everyone can understand what to do with those pages, which means the sample is actually 13 pages long. ;) Was the whole thing not pulling up for you? I double checked and clicked myself and found the entire sample. If you scroll down after clicking on the pdf file, you’ll find Lesson Bb several pages down after the intro and instructions. Please let me know if you’re still having trouble and I’d be happy to email the file to you if it makes it simpler. :)

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  21. Rachel says

    How much would it cost to send the hard copy of your curriculum to Australia?

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    Laura Reply:

    Rachel – I just checked at the post office and it would (unfortunately) cost an extra $22 to send to Australia. I’m happy to send you a separate invoice for this if you’re interested in purchasing and having me send it to you – just email me and let me know! (laura @ heavenlyhomemakers dot com)

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    Laura Reply:

    I take that back – I forgot we already have the U.S. shipping figured into the price, which means you would just add $18 to the cost, not $22. :)

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  22. Brooke says

    Laura, I’m trying to buy this with the discount code that was given on Passionate Homemaking but it’s not working- keeps popping up with code invalid. Help please! I want to get a hard copy b/f the 30th so I can get the 15% off. Thanks

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    Laura Reply:

    The discount code is only good on the DOWNLOADABLE copy of the curriculum, so if you’re trying to use it with the hard copy, that’s why it’s telling you that it’s invalid. :)

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    Brooke Reply:

    oh bummer. Thanks for letting me know. So if I purchase the downloadable copy, am I going to need to print out every page when I do an activity or how do you have it set up/how do you do it? thanks Laura

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    Laura Reply:

    There really are very few pages that have to be printed out. About 150 of the pages are ideas and activity suggestions for you to read through and pick from. The pages that need to be printed are the Alphabet Practice Pages, Bible Verse Pages and Activity Pack Pages. Basically you would have 3-5 pages to print out for each letter of the alphabet and that’s it!

    Hope this helps answer your questions!

    Brooke Reply:

    I”m really striking out. For some reason I was thinking that the discount was good today as well. So bummed. Do you typically have any more discounts on this product b/f the fall?

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, the code is good for today too. Is it still not working for you?!?! Even on the downloadable kit?

    Brooke Reply:

    Nope, it didn’t work. I tried upcase, lowercase, upside down – jk… but yeah, it keeps saying “invalid code”

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    Laura Reply:

    Well phooey! Not sure why it wouldn’t be working for you. It works on my end. :( Would it be easier and okay with you if I just send you a paypal invoice for $38.25, which is the cost after the discount? My email is laura @ heavenlyhomemakers dot com – email me and we can discuss this further if you want to do it this way.

    Thanks, and sorry that my shop is being difficult!

  23. Elizabeth says

    Hello, I just found your website and see that I am a couple of days late on the curriculum sale. If I purchased by tom could I still have the deal? Thank you so much Liz

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  24. Andrea says

    Hi Laura! I was wondering…if I were to order the printed version, does it include ALL of the material? Or would there still be certain things that I would have to print myself as well? This looks like a wonderful preschool program that I would love to do with our three year old son this fall :-)

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    Laura Reply:

    The printed version containes ALL of the material. :)

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    Andrea Reply:

    Wonderful!! Do you happen to be planning another special on the curriculum in the
    near future? I missed the last sale :(

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    Laura Reply:

    Possibly next week actually. :)

  25. Crystal says

    Hi! I am a proud Momma to a 14 month old daughter. LOVE this curriculum!!!! How early is too early to start?? Would some of the activities be applicable at 18 months?

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, some of the activities can definitely be done with your 18 month old, and of course, there are several that will be too difficult. The beauty of this curriculum is that you can go through it as many times as you would like, pulling out different ideas each time depending on the ability of your child!

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  26. Crystal says

    This looks wonderful and exactly like what I have been looking for. I will be saving up to (hopefully) purchase this fall to start with my son. :-)

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  27. says

    I wishy, wish I could purchase this awesome curriculum!! I know my boys would love it! Great job and thank you for the free sample lesson ;)
    Blessings to you all!

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  28. says

    Will there be another discount on this soon? I want to buy it but the $45 breaks my budget a bit. Thank you for all you do!

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    Laura Reply:

    Looking to run a special sometime in June. :)

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    Amanda Reply:

    Did I miss the special? I have been checking all month but haven’t seen one.

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    Laura Reply:

    Nope you didn’t miss it, we will begin the sale later this week. :)

  29. Hayley says

    I read the last post that said you had a sale in June. Will you be having another any time soon?! Loved the sample lesson!

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    Laura Reply:

    I do plan to run a sale in August for a percentage off all items in my shop. :)

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  30. natalie says

    Hey Laura,
    I wanted to order your Learning to Serve curriculum. I saw where KJV was available upon request. I would like to order it but wasn’t sure where to make the request. Thanks so much and God bless you for all your hard work. Your blog has been a blessing and I’m looking forward to all God has in store through the curriculum!

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    Laura Reply:

    Once you purchase, simply email me with your KJV request and I’ll get it right to you! (laura at heavenlyhomemakers dot com)

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  31. KaLeigh M says

    Hi!
    I was just wondering when in August you were going to have a sale on your curriculum. :) Thanks!

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    Laura Reply:

    It ran last week and ended just two days ago. :(

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  32. Christine says

    Laura,
    I’m very excited to use your curriculum with my little boy. I’m wondering if the downloadable version has all the papers included in the printed version. Also, if I purchased the downloadable version and printed it all off, would I essentially be paying the same amount as the printed version in computer ink? Is the printed version bound?

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    Laura Reply:

    Both versions contain the exact same pages. For our printed version, we only added the cost of ink, paper, binding, and shipping – so if you’re planning to print it yourself, you will ultimately be paying the same price, except for the few dollars shipping. Our printed version is contained in a nice three ring binder.

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  33. Crystal says

    Hello!
    I just purchased your curriculum!!! OH SO EXCITED to start next week!!!! Been waiting since December of last year!! I was able to download the first link a-d, but when I click on the remaining links nothing happens…could you possibly email the files?

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  34. says

    Are you going to be running any more specials on this any time soon? I just had a baby and totally forgot to look at it last month. :(

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    Laura Reply:

    Congrats on your new baby! I don’t have another sale planned for now. Email me if you’d like more details about future sales.

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  35. kallie burruano says

    How old would you suggest starting this?

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    Laura Reply:

    You can start as young as two, but I typically recommend three years and older. :)

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  36. Marybeth says

    What a creative idea! As stateside missionaries funds are tight so I sooo appreciate the opportunity to win this curric.

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  37. Rhonda Backus says

    I have a small preschool in my home and this would be perfect. It gets them excited and it is different from the everyday cookie cutter way for them to learn.

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  38. Ty says

    My Wise and I are missionaries in Mexico. We are looking at homeschooling for our 3 year old. As my wife is Mexican we want to have school in both languages. We are looking at a curriculum here in Mexico that she will use. We are considering using this as a supplement and English curriculum. Do you think this a feasible plan? Due to my responsibilities in the ministry I will only have about 1-1 1/2 hours twice a week for school. Any thoughts would be great.

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    Laura Reply:

    I think that sounds like a great idea!

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  39. April says

    I have purchased this product but somehow managed not to download the alphabet worksheet pages and the project pages. Is there a way to log on to download these items? I cannot remember how I downloaded them the first time. Thank you.

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  40. Jamie Brady says

    Hi! I purchased this from you in 2012, but somehow lost my downloadable copy! Help!

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    Jamie Brady Reply:

    I gave you the wrong email address. It is: islandgirlhere at yahoo dot com.

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