Bob Books first reader series is designed to make helping your child learn to read simple and straightforward, with short words and simple phonics.
Welcome to our Favorite Children’s Books by the authors here at Curriculum Choice! In today’s post you will find living books for every age or grade level. Is your favorite book included? You may even discover a new author or beloved book series. Be sure to bookmark or pin this for future reference. You won’t want to miss out on this huge resource! From The Curriculum Choice Archives
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
When Phonics for Parents showed up in the mail, I was instantly captivated. How much it would have helped me when I was trying to teach my children to read! I relearned phonics alongside them, using the teacher’s guides of our reading program, but that is a very inefficient way to do things. With this little book under my belt I could have taught on
Ever see a book that looks wonderful but you just want to see inside it before you buy? Let me take you inside a lovely little book published by Apologia Press: A Light for my Path by Davis Carman. It is such a lovely little picture book and has so much more in it than meets the eye. Everyone’s familiar with: Your word is a lamp to
Is your family looking forward to the Olympic Games this summer? My children are already talking about which events they hope to catch on TV. (My secret hope is that the stations show more sports coverage and less chit-chat, but that’s just me.) Even if Olympics fever hasn’t yet hit your house, now is a great time for Olympic Games: A Study of the Olympic
Let’s be honest. In the ocean of children’s books, there’s a whole lot of flotsam and jetsam. Just because a book is popular doesn’t mean it’s worthwhile. On the flip side, just because a book is decades old doesn’t mean it’s a classic. Parents, particularly homeschooling parents, need someone whom they can trust to help them guide their children toward high-quality literature. A superb resource
A Necklace for Jiggsy Author: Kit Grady Softback; 18 pages Suggested Age: 4 – 12 ISBN: 978161630910 Retail: $10.95 I really like this book as it teaches children about honesty and a little about life. It is a quick story with really neat, bright pictures. The story is about a junk yard dog named Jiggsy and a beautiful necklace he finds. He hears that the