Although I’ve never considered myself an artistic person, I do enjoy getting my hands messy and trying things out. But can I actually teach my children artistic skills? How do I know what supplies to buy and how to use the various media? Demonstrate a skill to be learned? This mama needs art curriculum for her homeschool. Links in this post to the Masterpiece Society
Many, many years ago I stumbled upon Mr Qs Classic Science Curriculum. At that time he had just put out the very first one – Life Science. I remember being just giddy at a FULL YEAR Science curriculum that was FREE! Mr Qs Classic Science Mr. Q’s Classic Science is an affordable, non-religious, classically based science curriculum. Each curriculum covers a full year of science, broken down
If the thought of teaching logic has you feeling a little bit intimidated – there’s no need to be! Classical Academic Press provides solid (and fun!) logic programs that will help you teach logic (and learn a little bit yourself). Their motto, “Classical subjects creatively taught“, is definitely present in all of their programs, including The Discovery of Deduction. I received this product for free.
Do you have a young animal lover in your house? My daughter was so interested in animals that most of her elementary science studies focused on that. First it was snakes and other invertebrates, then vertebrates. Next her interest was turtles, then penguins and pandas. Later it was herons and other bird life. She loved to photograph these! Then one year, we found this precious
Raise your hand if you need some homeschool goodies to get you going? Well we have them and they will bless your homeschool BIG time! We are celebrating 10 years of blogging at Hodgepodge and nine years of The Curriculum Choice. And because it is a Hodgepodge, my family and I are also hosting BIG giveaways at our three sister websites as well. I’ll share
Happy New Year from all of us here at Curriculum Choice. The Curriculum Choice authors are back with a wealth of inspiration for your homeschools this winter. We present The Winter Homeschool! How to Make the Most of The Winter Homeschool By now, most of us will be in the throes of winter weather. The days are shorter, the temperatures dipping below what can be
Many homeschool moms are intimidated by the thought of teaching literature. Thankfully there are plenty of resources available to make this subject a little bit easier. One of my favorite programs? Teaching the Classics from Center For Lit. Center For Lit Center For Lit has a goal to “bring readers face to face with the world’s best books so they can know themselves more fully
Teaching geography at home can come in all sorts of ways from using a specific curriculum to including geography as part of your everyday studies. The authors at Curriculum Choice share their tried and true teaching methods for geography. Feel free to bookmark this resource for later! Teaching Geography From the Curriculum Choice Archives At The Curriculum Choice, you’ll find plenty of geography curriculum reviews.
Our elementary school is doing Apologia’s Exploring Creation through Anatomy & Physiology this year. One of the activities during this class is the children put together a personal person project. They layer several of the human body’s system on top of each other. It’s a great project. I wanted to be able to help them complete it and provide an example for them. I’d like
We are sharing a few of our favorite things! Homeschool favorites for you – on sale! You will want to browse this list for ideas for December and the new homeschool semester. Dates and details are listed below… At Our Journey Westward, you can find creative curriculum like the NaturExplorers series, and how-to teaching guides like Charlotte Mason Homeschooling in 18 Easy Lessons and Loving Living