My Father’s World 1st Grade Curriculum merges the best of Charlotte Mason, classical education, and unit studies with a Biblical worldview.
Train up a Child Publishing is a literature based Charlotte Mason approach to homeschooling. The Daily Lesson Plans are already-planned-in-advance and are written for specific grade levels. They include weekly goals and objectives for each subject and include daily lessons integrating the studies of history, science (K-8), language arts, fine arts, and projects. A review from The Curriculum Choice.
Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers Ages 4-13 by Susan Kilbride When we received Science Unit Studies I was so excited! Multiple science unit studies laid out in one easy place to consult. For me, it’s a simple way to add to existing curriculum or even step outside our lesson plans and enjoy a delight-driven topic. The book is laid out in an easy
What an exciting new product! As a home-schooling family, this has just taken it’s place in our standard curriculum! Want to address those tougher questions about biblical vs scientific subjects typically taught in schools? This is fantastic for that, too! The book is easy to read, geared for all ages as it is well written, and has fantastic pictures to captivate. It Just Couldn’t Happen
I ran across the Real Science 4 Kids while attending our local curriculum fair this year. Right from the start I was attracted to the colorful, yet informative, hands-on learning style. I didn’t pick up a copy at the time mainly because I really wanted to see what was out there and approach the pros and cons. In the vast array of options, I really
Here is a great new addition to homeschooling or struggling students! It’s called The Factor Tree and it’s basic premise is to offer additional support and practice to elementary school kids from grade K-6 in basic math. The Factor Tree allows for parent and child log-ins so you can setup worksheets, review their progress and target their weak spots; they even have a worksheet they
We started out this year with the intent to use a different curriculum for handwriting but, of course, life happens! We ended up moving across country, leaving behind the majority of our home to be shipped at a later date. That means we left most of our curriculum as well! Basically starting from scratch, I stumbled across “A Reason for Handwriting”. I am so glad
The Young Scientist Club is a hands-on, build-able science curriculum that is geared for ages from 5 through 12. The units can be used as a whole science curriculum, as an enhancement to your existing curriculum, or as an individual unit study. Here is their current listing of scientific themes they have available: 1 Recycling 2 Scientific Measurements 3 Magnets 4 Weather Station 5 Phases
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