Summer reading is one of our favorite past times. Kicking back by the pool, on the beach or swinging in a hammock with a beloved tome is surely one of life’s most pleasurable moments. We’ve got a great line-up of favorite summer reading lists for you at The Curriculum Choice. It’s all about books, books and more books. Favorite Summer Reading Lists As a homeschooling
I love going to the beach in the summer time. It’s one of our favorite family vacations. Of course we love camping in the mountains and hiking to beautiful peaks, but, as for me, I am an ocean girl and I love the sun and the beach. What better way to combine some relaxing summer time beach goodness, than with an art activity to boot.
Help Your Teens Stay Organized with A Plan in Place Looking for an easy to use, simple planner for your Homeschooled High School students? These easy to use student planners were created by homeschool moms for homeschool moms just like you. Having a planner for your high schooler really takes the pressure off mom to have to reinvent the wheel each year and print off reams of lesson
Creative Writing Made Easy | Review Do you have a busy adventurer in your house? Is it hard to get him (or her) to sit still for writing lessons? Here’s a fun new bundle that will surely entice your most busy and wiggly learner to enjoy the writing process. The New Adventurer’s Writing Bundle from Jan May the creator of Creative Writing Made Easy series
Childhood of Famous Americans Series We love reading Historical Fiction in our home. I recently shared some great books here at The Curriculum Choice to read aloud with your children in my last post about the World War II years. We tend to cycle through history mostly in order beginning with the Ancients and going through to Modern times, but my youngest has gotten a
Do you love reading historical fiction in your homeschool? Reading historical fiction to your children is a great way to enhance your study of history in a context that is engaging and enjoyable for all age groups. And as your kids approach the high school years, there is such a wide variety of excellent historical literature to create a delightful study of history without the
Writing & Rhetoric Book 7: Encomium & Vituperation – A Review Today I want to share a new-to-us resource that my high school freshman is loving this term. I am also using the very first book Fables with my youngest and you can read my review of it here. Writing & Rhetoric Book 7: Encomium & Vituperation by Classical Academic Press This is the seventh book
Lovely Latin: Learning with Memoria Press Do you teach Latin in your homeschool? Memoria Press and their Latin programs have been an excellent mainstay in our homeschool since the very beginning, over 15 years ago. We like to start our foray into Latin with a very gentle and basic approach beginning with Prima Latina. As one who wasn’t required to take ANY Latin in school, I really