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.
Welcome to the Curriculum Choice author carnival on Homeschooling Methods and Philosophies. Enjoy and share in the wisdom of our collective experience as homeschooling moms from various perspectives and methods as you read them through and apply them to your own home education. Below, we share examples from our Curriculum Choice Philosophies page plus reviews of related curricula and helpful posts from our team of
When my daughter reached middle school age, she was a pretty good speller. However, she needed to continue with her spelling lessons to develop her skills even further. She also needed work on vocabulary. This review may include affiliate links to curriculum that we loved and used in our own homeschool. Please see our disclosure policy. Prior to that, we had used Building Spelling Skills
As Christian families, we are already familiar with simple traditions and things that we can do to bless our little ones. We do that with such things as telling Bible stories, reading Christian picture books together, reciting Bible verses, etc. As our children grow, finding ways to bless them can become just a little bit harder. Wouldn’t it be nice to have more ideas for
Are you looking for a creative way to teach character education to your kids? Have you ever seen it done through a coloring book approach? Last month I found just that, a delightful character education series of coloring books called Donnie Learns. This unique series of seven books is made up of inspiring stories that are paired with coloring activities. The activities teach important character
Studies in World History Volume One from Master Books offers everything you need for a full year of world history for your junior high student. Your student will learn history from Creation through the Age of Discovery from a biblical perspective. What is included: The student text includes lessons that are quick to read and easy to follow. My seventh grader is able to complete
“I think I want to homeschool…now what?” I’m sure you have a TON of questions. “Can we afford it? What curriculum is the “best”? How will I know what to do when? What paperwork do I need to complete?…” Let me STOP you right there! If you’re even thinking about homeschooling – stop what you’re doing (if you are like me probably frantically searching the internet)
Need an in depth American history curriculum for your high schoolers that teaches biblical principles? Search no more! America: Covenant & Calling will teach the truth behind our American History which is so often difficult to find in most American history curricula today. It covers the years 1492-1860 based on the popular books, The Light and the Glory, From Sea to Shining Sea, and Sounding Forth the