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Here at Curriculum Choice, we know the importance of language arts instruction from preschool through high school!  If our children are to be great readers and writers, consistent language arts lessons are a must. ~don't miss the fabulous giveaways at the end! Below are some of the many homeschool language arts curriculum reviews our Curriculum [...]

Oak Meadow English 8 – My Review

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Oak Meadow English 8 is all about introducing the components of good literature to your middle schooler.  As a family, we had been using Oak Meadow curriculum for english and history for many years.  We love how Oak Meadow's focus is on hands on learning and it works to meet the child when she is:  [...]

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 [...]

Apologia: A Light for My Path Review

Light to My Path Review | The Curriculum Choice

Ever see a book that looks wonderful but you just want to see inside it before you buy?  Let me take you inside a lovely little book published by Apologia Press: A Light for my Path by Davis Carman. It is such a lovely little picture book and has so much more in it than meets the [...]

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When my daughter was in the elementary years, she was all about penguins.  Then it was other animals like polar bears, snakes, and even mice. She loved going to the library to check out books about them. So I structured her science and English around these interests as much as I could.  One day after [...]

Charles Dickens Review

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Don't miss the giveaway at the end! As a Charlotte Mason inspired and influenced homeschool, reading a bit of Charles Dickens has been a regular part of our read aloud time over the years. However, I did find in the early years that it was a challenge for my young children to understand his writing. [...]

Introduce Your Children to Shakespeare

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Do you hesitate to introduce Shakespeare's plays because you think your children aren't old enough?  Do you think it would be too confusing, or that they might form an early dislike of the world's most famous plays? Let me encourage you to give it a try!  My eight-year-old son and eleven-year-old daughter have both enjoyed [...]

Seekers Of The Lost Boy

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A few months ago I caught wind that a homeschooling mamma had followed her passion and written a book. Not just any book, but a book that fit needs she saw. A book written about homeschoolers, for homeschoolers {and others}, that is full of vivid characters and places making the reader want to return to [...]