In this Ultimate Guide to Choosing Homeschool Curriculum you will find all the advice and tips on Choosing Curriculum from our veteran team of homeschoolers both past and present here at The Curriculum Choice.
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.
When we first started homeschooling, spelling was one subject that I thought I could easily handle with a workbook. We trudged through many years of Abeka spelling books and then switched to Spelling Workout for a few years with the youngest boys. By the time I reached my third child, spelling lists and tests had begun to try my patience. It seemed silly for them
Is it possible to craft a customized, multi-age homeschool history curriculum…without a textbook? Ditch the textbooks, the worksheets, and the lists of dates and dead people. Learning history together can not only be fun, but it might even become your favorite homeschool subject! Yes! You can learn how to teach history without a textbook. I’m a 2nd-generation homeschooling mom of 5 from age 5 to
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 It is similar to 100 Top Picks in format and content, but some resources from the first book have been replaced by better,
The school year is approaching its end and it’s time to once again re-assess our homeschools. Are there things we need to change? Resources that have or have not worked? Perhaps you are moving into a different season in your homeschool. This is what we as a homeschooling family have recently gone through. Up to now we have used an eclectic Charlotte Mason approach. We