6 veteran homeschool moms join us to share their hard-earned wisdom in part 2 of the Homeschool Generations series at The Curriculum Choice. Learn and be encouraged!
There’s one book I always recommend to new homeschooling moms, 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum by Cathy Duffy. But it’s getting old. This summer, a new edition of Cathy’s wonderful book has come out, called 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum. It is similar to 100 Top Picks in format and content, but some resources from the first book have been replaced by better,
Are you thinking about homeschooling? Are you starting your first year of homeschooling soon? Maybe you have homeschooled a couple of years and hit a bump in the road and need a new approach. Maybe, like me, you have graduated a few and have homeschooled since 2000? Well this homeschool resource is for YOU and for me – the homeschool parent. It’s named “A Series
As a veteran homeschool mom I want to share with you something that we often skirt around: changing things up. You know that moment when all your awesome new curriculum arrives and you’re so excited to get rolling for the new year, you just can’t wait! You eagerly make schedules, pour over books and anxiously await the start date. Then it arrives, all shiny and
Boy, are you in for a treat today! The amazing homeschool mommas (who also happen to write fabulous reviews for you) are sharing some of their best, well-seasoned, favorite homeschool tips for you today. You will be blessed. Favorite Homeschool Tips From The Curriculum Choice Archives Be sure to browse the tabs above to find curriculum reviews in the age and category you are looking
This is the umpteenth time I’m reading a Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum book from Cathy Duffy, and each time the very first paragraphs bring tears to my eyes. One of the saddest sights I’ve ever seen was opening day of a three-day homeschool convention. Day one had been designated for only new homeschoolers. Five hundred or more raw homeschooling recruits streamed into an exhibit