What are your home schooling curriculum plans for the new year? Whether you homeschool all year round or begin in January or September, whether you have just begun or need inspiration after 10 years, - we all ask this question, "What are you planning to use in your homeschool?"
This page shows you that as each family is unique, so all the methods and homeschooling resources you may be planning to use is also unique. Every family, every stage will look different. The different curriculum plans are displayed under each Year / Age level. Here are some ideas scoured from many homeschooling families across the world.
Please add your home schooling curriculum plan here and inspire us some more!
All About Reading Program
Handwriting Without Tears
Keyboarding without tears
History/Geography/ Science - library books.
K: Five in a Row - Literature based program;
Math: Saxon K
My Father's World includes many subject areas
Math: Right Start Mathematics
History/Science/Bible: My Father's World
Math: Singapore math
Grammar: Primary and Intermediate Language lessons;
Using Heart of Dakota home schooling curriculum for my preschooler too and it's awesome!
For all ages, but I started this with my 6 and 8yr old children:
Science and Math: TOPS
Handwriting: Spencerian Penmanship
Variety of literature to read aloud
Intermediate Math U See
Tapestry of Grace - 20th Century - reading and writing assignments - narrations of events and characters
Copybook every day
Classical Compostion - Fables
LEM Phonics Books 1 & 2
Winston Grammar Level 1
Write on Track - Reference for Writing
Life Science: Zoology, Botany - Exploring Creation Series
Bible: God's Great Covenant
Ambleside - Online Charlotte Mason curriculum for all the rest;
Science - Noeo Science - ( www.noeoscience.com ) comes with all different books that the lessons are based on. We will read, take notes, sketch & narrate a subject for a few days, then do experiments on it!
Reading/ Literature: Sonlight home schooling curriculum
History: Story of the World
A Beka for all four of my kids for all subject areas.
Grades 1st, 3rd, 5th & 7th
We used this home schooling curriculum plan for years:
Math: Saxon Math
History: Lifepac History plus others
English: Shurley English
Science: Lyrical Life Science
Math: Teaching Textbooks
Writing: Institute for Excellence in Writing, Learning Language Arts through Literature,
Manners Made Easy
Mystery of History.
Math: Teaching Textbooks 7
Language Arts: Wordly Wise 3000 Book 6, Wordsmith Apprentice, Editor-in-Chief, Word Roots (latin/greek)
The Thinking Toolbox
Handwriting: A Reason for Writing – Cursive F
History: All American Series:
English: Bob Jones English 6
Math: Saxon 7/6
History: Bob Jones History
Reading: Bob Jones Reading with supplemental reading from Sonlight’s list
Language Arts: Time4leaning
Math: Teaching Textbooks (and some Khan Academy)
History: American history from The Heritage Foundation, and read-alouds. ( Currently we are reading Johnny Tremaine. For Science we have been doing our own thing with library books, and whatever science kits catch our interest. My 12 year old is learning programming using KidCoder.
History: Story of the World plus hands-on-projects
Science: God's Design
Literature: 3 books Progeny Press study guides
Writing: Assignments from Write Source 2000
Math: Chalk Dust PreAlgebra
Critical Thinking Activities
Language Arts: Spelling Workout, Wordly Wise, Essentials in Writing
History: Story of the World plus read aloud novels.
Math: Math U See
Math: Teaching Textbooks, Algebra 1
Science: Apologia Exploring Creation with Biology; Keeping a Nature Journal
Language Arts: Writing With Skill Book 1, Sequential Spelling 7, Editor -In-Chief B2
Logic: The Thinking Toolbox
History: The Civil War to the 21st Century, Volume 2: All American History Series
Bob Jones English 6
English: Bob Jones English online
History: Sonlight History of the Church
Science: Apologia Physical Science
Math: Saxon Algebra
Harold Jacob Algebra
The Writing Course
Notgrass Exploring World History Volume 2
Future Learn online courses
Old Fashioned Education online. -love this home schooling curriculum
Study on the Civil War
Electives using Lifepacs
Literature: Movies/books on tape/and real books. Biographies every 8 weeks;
Writing: Book report or essay for each biography.
Teaching Textbooks Geometry
The Essay Writing Course by Fred Lybrand
Notgrass Exploring World History Volume 2
Computing Science Online Course via Coursera
Bible: Read NT with ACE paces;
Math: Mathsonline; Qld Maths A textbook and Secondary math mentals book 3 from RIC.
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