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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Favorite Children’s Books by Age or Grade

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Welcome to our Favorite Children's Books by the authors here at Curriculum Choice! In today’s post you will find living books for every age or grade level. Is your favorite book included? You may even discover a new author or beloved book series. Be sure to bookmark or pin this for future reference. You won’t want to miss [...]

Eat Your Way Through the USA

Eat Your Way Through the USA

One of our favorite methods for studying geography is cooking our way around the world. Through food, we're not just learning random facts, we're experiencing cultures too. As we create and eat these popular dishes, we feel a special connection to the people from different lands and states. Most years I coordinate our geography studies with [...]

Fun With Paper Folding – My Review

Fun with Paper Folding and Origami by Dover

Are you homeschooling teens?  Do you ever wonder how to teach them critical thinking skills? There are really so many ways to approach this, such as teaching literary analysis, discussing current events,  historical perspectives, etc.  And these are all great ways to build up their thinking skills. But sometimes it's fun to practice these skills [...]

Collaborating with Resource Specialists

Collaborating with Resource Specialists ⎜Eva@CurriculumChoice

When looking for curriculum resources and learning opportunities, one area that many families overlook are community resource specialists in your community. I have found that many specialists love sharing their knowledge and skills with young people. This is particularly true of agencies funded by our tax dollars like the Forest Service, Fish & Wildlife, and National Parks. When I [...]

The Revolutionary War Adventure

I am a big fan of Susan Kilbride’s Our America series of historical fiction for middle graders (and up!). In my review of the first three books, The Pilgrim Adventure, The King Philip’s War Adventure, and The Salem Adventure, I said I was looking forward to more from this author. I’m pleased to say the [...]