A very Merry Christmas from all of us here at The Curriculum Choice! Like you, our authors here at The Curriculum Choice are taking some time off with our families. But we know that January is a very big back to school time. You may be looking for new resources, making a big curriculum switch or even starting to homeschool. That’s why we will be
We are learning some typing skills over the holidays with homeschool typing for all ages with Typesy Homeschool keyboarding curriculum. “I LOVE Type Man!” said youngest this morning. We are changing up December with Christmas school 🎄 — including typing. This is such an easy and FUN way to fit in typing skills — even with all the hustle and bustle of the next weeks.
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. Hooray for a high school economics class! ~ We received these Compass Classroom Economics for Everybody resources in exchange for an sharing an overview. All opinions are our
How to start homeschooling? First, I want to encourage you by saying you are wise to research and seek out counsel. I feel that one of the very best ways to start is by preparing your parent heart. Some of the very best advice, I think, is contained in this article by my friend Kim Ashbaugh: How to Get Started Homeschooling: 10 Steps to Success.
Do your kids love Magic Tree House books? Do you want to teach multiple subjects to multiple ages at the same time? Do you like to dive into topics as a family and have fun while learning? Then Passport to Adventures Magic Tree House Curriculum is for you! Please welcome Jessica Waldock, author of Passport to Adventures… Magic Tree House Curriculum Passport to Adventures is an
Basic. Simple. Long-lasting. Used with all of our five children to learn how to read. The phonics book that has been the go-to teaching tool in our family. Alphaphonics by Sam Blumenfeld is a full, logical resource for teaching students of all ages to learn to read. Alphaphonics: A Primer for Beginning Readers “If you have never taught reading before in this sensible, systematic way,
Have you found a homeschool curriculum you and your children absolutely love? One that is a perfect fit for everyone’s learning style? A nice match for the age range of your household? That, my friends, is how I feel about Tapestry of Grace. Note: Since I first shared this review, I have the perspective of the years of rich education Tapestry has afforded us. I
Have you ever seen an old man wearing a “Vietnam Veteran” ball cap? Pay attention next time you’re at a ball game, street fair, or parade, anywhere with lots of people. Chances are there is an older man or two with a hat like that. What would cause them to celebrate a war that happened fifty years ago? ~Please welcome Chris Peluso, author of Heroes
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