Making Math fun with Math Games is a collection of board games, card games, online/app games, hands-on ways to learn math and more!
The Ultimate Guide to 5th Grade Homeschool Curriculum Options is your go-to reference for full curriculum options, curriculum for individual subjects, as well as ideas for extras such as coding and art for 5th grade!
This is a collection of homeschool curriculum options grade 4 to help you choose what will fit your child’s needs….
This Ultimate Guide to 2nd Grade Homeschool Curriculum Options includes ideas for full curriculum, math, English, science, history/geography and extras!
Ultimate Guide to High School Homeschool Curriculum includes full curricula, by subject options, elective suggestions, and college prep resources.
In the Hands of a Child Curriculum offers a full line of lapbooking and notebooking options for homeschoolers in grades preK-12. There are options for math, science, history, language arts, holidays, just for fun and more! Find out all about their products and read multiple reviews of different products they offer from the authors at The Curriculum Choice.
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Curriculum Options for Middle School – full curriculum, by subject, & supplemental options (both secular & Christian)
The Ultimate Guide to 3rd Grade Homeschool Curriculum is your go-to reference for full curriculum options, curriculum for individual subjects, as well as ideas for extras such as piano and art for 3rd grade!
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Curriculum for Kindergarten is your go to guide for full or by subject curriculum for kindergarten. Online, book based, secular or Christian, we have options for you!
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Curriculum Options Grades K-3 is a comprehensive guide to homeschool curriculum for the younger elementary grades. Everything from fun hands on learning with lapbooks, to step by step help with grammar. Here you will find tons of options for all subjects to choose from!
Miquon Math is a math curriculum for kids in 1st-3rd grades. Its approach helps children actively explore math concepts, learning by doing.
Let’s take a look at what doing school at home might look like and what resources you would want to have to use this homeschool method.