Summer is a perfect time to clean and reorganize those homeschool books and rooms as well as plan for a new homeschool year. Here’s a look at how some of the authors and contributors here at The Curriculum Choice keep their homeschool spaces organized. It is homeschool organization galore! Homeschool Organization Galore from the Archives Homeschooling can happen all over the house (and neighborhood!) but
History is the favorite subject of many homeschool families. With great stories and fun activities, it’s easy to see why. But sometimes all those fascinating events and people can feel like one big jumbled mess. Homeschool timeline resources are the solution to keeping everything organized! History Through the Ages Homeschool Timeline Resources This post contains affiliate links. Timelines are a great learning tool. They can
History is one of my favorite subjects. That didn’t use to be the case! One of my absolute favorite history resources are the products available at Home School in the Woods. My own experience with learning about history is the standard public school variety – boring textbooks. I thought history was boring and I didn’t find it interesting in the least. Until I started to
I have a confession to make… I always thought American history was boring. My only exposure to history was the average school textbook – and I think we can all agree that those aren’t exactly interesting and engaging! When it came time to teach history to my own child, I wanted her experience to be different. And, thanks to programs like The Giant American History
Writing is often a difficult subject for homeschool moms to teach. Thankfully, there are plenty of wonderful resources available today to make that job easier. The hard part will be narrowing down your choices! After using many different writing programs in our homeschool, we’ve finally found the one that works the best for us – the Writing & Rhetoric series from Classical Academic Press. Writing
Looking for a fun way to study geography with your kids? Then you need to take a look at Mapping the World with Art from Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop! Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop If you’re not familiar with Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop then let me introduce you! Ellen McHenry worked as a freelance illustrator after graduating and starting her family (she even worked with Dover
If the thought of teaching logic has you feeling a little bit intimidated – there’s no need to be! Classical Academic Press provides solid (and fun!) logic programs that will help you teach logic (and learn a little bit yourself). Their motto, “Classical subjects creatively taught“, is definitely present in all of their programs, including The Discovery of Deduction. I received this product for free.
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