So You’re Thinking About Homeschooling – meet 15 different homeschooling families who show how every family can successfully face the unique challenges of its situation.
With A Child’s Book of Character Building, through simple explanations and interesting storytelling, your child (ages 3-7) will discover and learn the basic building blocks of Christlike character.
Games for Math: Playful Ways to Help Your Child Learn Math offers up over 50 ideas for making math fun for your kids.
Reading Made Easy is an easy-to-follow manual for teaching reading with 108 fully-scripted lessons. Each take about 30 minutes to complete.
Games for Reading by Peggy Kaye contains over 70 games to help your child learn to read & make it FUN! – bingo, rhyming, mazes, puzzles and more!
Games for Writing offers up more than fifty ways to help your children become skilled, confident, and enthusiastic writers.
Handwriting Without Tears Hands-on Materials are great for tactile and visual learners to begin forming letters and numbers.
NaturExplorers from Our Journey Westward are unit studies that will give you encouragement and ideas for getting outside with your children. With 19 to choose from there is sure to be something your kids will love learning about! A review from The Curriculum Choice.
Five in a Row is a Charlotte Mason style, literature based, unit study curriculum for kids ages 2-12.
Mystery of History Volume 1 is a complete, chronological history of the world, which combines both secular and Biblical history. A review from The Curriculum Choice.
Unit Study Documentation & Resources offers ideas for record keeping as well as places to find good unit studies for your homeschool.
Designing Your Own Unit Study creates a tailor made learning experience and a rich, meaningful way of learning for your homeschool. And it’s not as hard as you might think! Come along and learn how you can get to creating your own homeschool unit studies.
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