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This month we've found that Dover Publications adds the fun to homeschool science and writing! Would your children like to make a bouncy ball? Maybe build writing skills (and laugh!) with Create Your Own Story? Let me tell you more... ~Don’t miss the giveaway at the end!! We received these Dover Publications resources in exchange [...]

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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 [...]

Rory’s Story Cubes – Review

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This week at our Writer's Workshop, I pulled out our Story Cubes as one of our writing explorations. Only this time, we were story telling rather than actually writing. Have you seen Rory's Story Cubes? They are an easy way to incorporate language skills into your homeschool. You get nine cubes with images on them [...]

A Beka’s Vocabulary Spelling V – Review

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My family has used A Beka's spelling and vocabulary programs for many years, starting with middle school. We liked how these course were set up. We also appreciated that they were aligned to state standards and included a poetry section in each book. So when we were looking for a solid vocabulary program for my [...]

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'We can't go to the store now, it's raining cats and dogs out there!' 'You'll get through this, there's a light at the end of the tunnel.' 'If you advertise this for free, every Tom, Dick and Harry will come out to get it.' Recognize the idioms in these sentences?  Are you sure of what [...]

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When my daughter was 10, she was all about exploring, making things with tons of tape and cardboard, asking lots of questions, wondering many "why's" and always eager to learn new things.  Sometimes she would take her World Book encyclopedia to bed with her for hours and read about penguins, the life cycle of frogs [...]

Literary Lessons from The Lord of the Rings

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Literary Lessons from The Lord of the Rings is a literature study of the complete Lord of the Rings trilogy. It's designed for grades 7-12 and makes a very complete one year course in literature. Each of the books is further divided into sections within each book. A fill in the blank outline to do [...]

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Our authors bring you all things language arts today! A selection from our personal blogs and some choice reviews from the archives. Have you browsed our Language Arts section? It's full of reviews covering: Grammar Handwriting Literature Phonics Reading Spelling Vocabulary Writing So pin and bookmark this post today to help you with your language [...]