Mathterpieces

This post contains affiliate links because I believe in this curriculum. See full disclosure policy for more details. Math-terpieces is a neat tool for developing math skills with your student while also introducing famous art masterpieces. Greg Tang has developed a series of books to help make math enjoyable for kids. This particular book focuses on [...]

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Explore and Learn Science with Dover Publications

Dover Publications for Homeschool

This month my middle school daughter started into the human body section of her Apologia General Science studies. Perfect timing because we've added in some really fun learning activities to that. We decided to explore and learn science with Dover Publications human body resources. A unit study! Let me tell you more… ~Don’t miss the [...]

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Science Wiz Kits – My Review

Chemistry Wiz Review

Are you looking for  fun, creative learning activities for a cold winter day?  The folks at Science Wiz have a number of options for you, and it's all hands-on science fun!  Suck an egg into a bottle. Learn about states of matter and make candles. Capture a CO2 explosion and more! Science Wiz kits, made [...]

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Sociology: Online High School Electives from Textile Learning

Online High School Electives with Textile Learning – The Curriculum Choice

Textile Learning offers online high school elective courses to homeschoolers and independent learners.  Each semester long course includes academically rigorous and engaging content as well as various options for tests and assessments. This year I have been reminded that beginning the homeschool high school journey can be a bit overwhelming!  We have been homeschooling all [...]

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Economics for Everyone by Compass Classroom

We have a love of Compass Classroom curriculum. You may have noticed that in my family's review of Visual Latin and WordUp! The Vocab Show. Well, our love has grown even more because of Economics for Everybody Curriculum. ~ Don't miss the special discount code – just for The Curriculum Choice readers – at the [...]

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Pocketful of Pinecones Review

Pocket Full of Pinecones Review

Written by veteran homeschooler and renowned interpreter of the Charlotte Mason method of education, Karen Andreola's 'Pocketful of Pinecones' is simply a delight to read! This book is basically a teachers 'how-to' guide to implementing nature study Charlotte Mason style. It has been written as a heartwarming story which draws the reader right into the [...]

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