What We Use In School

 

I noticed that others share what they use for their homeschools so I thought that I would share what we use:

 

 

Subject

Proverbs son-13

Proverbs daughter-10

 

Math

Saxon Pre-Algebra, Dr. Aardsma’s Math Drill

Saxon 54, Dr. Aardsma’s Math Drill

 

Language Arts

Learning Language Arts Through Literature-Green

Learning Language Arts Through Literature-Orange

 

Science

Exploring Creation with General Science

Abeka-Understanding God’s World

 

Penmanship

Bob Jones-Penmanship for Christian Schools

Abeka-Handwriting Mastery

 

Logic

Canon Press- Introductory Logic

Critical Thinking- Mindbenders

History

Story of the World 2

 

Writing

Wordsmith Apprentice

 

Bible

Bob Jones-Bible Truths

 

Spelling

Spelling Power, Dr. Aardsma’s Spelling Drill

 

Literature

Inside Stories

 

Latin

Prima Latina

 

Art

Lamb’s Book of Art

 

Music

Stories of the Great Composers, Ready to Read Music

 

Typing

Typing Tutor. SpongeBob Squarepants Typing

 

Although we have been fairly satisfied with most of these, I think next year we are going to make some changes. We can always go back if we find it doesn’t work. That’s the beauty of teaching at home!

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2 Responses to What We Use In School

  1. my2kids4Him says:

    Enjoyed reading your list of curriculum you're using. I am thinking of using the Exploring Creation with General Science next year……not sure yet.

    I am sorry to hear about the loss of your pets. For some reason, we have never been able to keep a pet that long.:(

  2. mycrazylife says:

    I see you are an eclectic girl like me. I use a lot of the same curriculum. I like mixing it up, I feel it gives me the ability to really hone in on her strengths and weaknesses, which a boxed curriculum would not allow me to do. And thank you for the very sweet words on my blog! Sometimes as a single mom you feel a lot of guilt, so that was really nice to hear!

    Blessings,

    Hallie

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