Homeschool History and Geography Curriculum Reviews

Homeschool History and Geography review round up! | The Curriculum Choice

History has always been the backbone of the homeschool plan in my home. What I mean is that I often plan and build my homeschool curriculum choices and enhancements around our history for the year.  I love to add historical fiction for our reading selections and art lessons for some hands on history projects. I [...]

Timeline: A Game

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Our family moved house in December, days before Christmas. It was an exhausting experience for everyone! With my husband being up to his neck in end of year things at work it left the kids and I with the duty or packing up the old home, scrubbing it down, and doing the majority of the [...]

Tapestry of Grace Primer Review

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I have the great privilege of introducing you to Tapestry of Grace Primer – a new curriculum tool for your youngest ones from Tapestry of Grace! I am also sharing a review of Marcia Somerville's book, Love the Journey, at Hodgepodge. I think the biggest learning curve with homeschooling is finding what works best for [...]

North Star Geography – REVIEW

North Star Geography Review

  This post contains affiliate links. Geography is one of our family’s FAVORITE subjects! Over the years we have studied everything from map reading and basic navigation, to the cultures and customs from countries around the world.  We travel when possible to bring our learning to life, use many online resources to conduct research, and [...]

The Global Puzzle Review

The Global Puzzle Review- The Curriculum Choice

Memorizing random geography facts is never fun, at least it was never fun for me. So when I think of geography I like to add hands on activities to our homeschool. Puzzles and games are extra fitting for learning geography. It's not that there isn't a time for simply memorizing, there is. But I prefer to [...]

All Through The Ages Review at The Curriculum Choice

I remember little from history classes in school other than that I struggled to memorize names and dates.  My first foray into history as a homeschool mom was a Revolutionary War unit study from Homeschool Share. As we read books together about the fascinating people and dramatic events I realized that history is a great [...]

Stack the States {Kindle App}

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Did you know that Tennessee is nicknamed the "volunteer state"? Can your child identify his states and capitals with ease? What about the state flags, any of those looking familiar?  States and capitals are something we want our kids to know. But, we don't want to make a big fuss over it and have it [...]

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  In our home, anything that makes offering music appreciation easier is a big plus. Our family has used many of the The Story of ...Introduction to The Classics CDs as part of our weekly music selections. This series makes learning about great composers super easy and enjoyable. There is nothing more enjoyable than turning [...]