Simply Grammar – Narration the Charlotte Mason Way: A simple method of narration that focuses on conversation as a natural means of teaching grammar for 4th -8th grade.
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Doing the Preschool Thing – a collection of ways to make preschool more purposeful, with suggestions for age appropriate science, math & more
Logic Games are a great way to take learning outside the box. There are tons of games for both individuals and groups to enjoy!
Living Books for Art offer beautiful illustrations and lovely story lines that tie the artist and his art into a fictional stories that are lighthearted, but captivating.
All American History Volume II – The Civil War to the 21st Century, is the second volume of a middle grade American History curriculum from Bright Ideas Press.
Dover Art Card Sets make homeschool art appreciation easy. Sturdy cards including the painting along with basic information about the art including the artist, title, year of production and art medium used to create the work.
Hands-on Unit Study Guides make great spines for unit studies with lots of background information, hands-on project ideas and more!
Conquering Cursive is a simple, distraction free cursive workbook for older kids that has separate left and right handed workbooks!
Transcripts Made Easy shows you how to grade, grant credit, create simple, effective homeschool transcripts and high school diplomas, and keep simple records.
The Hands of a Child Grammar Lapbook is a fun, hands on way for kids in grades 3-6 to gain a firm grasp of English Grammar.
With The Story of the World Audio CDs the chapters come alive as they are read by Jim Weiss. The 4 volumes include 42 hours of narration! They allow you to learn on the go and can offer non-reading kids independence in their learning. A review from The Curriculum Choice
The Evan-Moor company has become one of my favorites over the past couple of years. Even though they don’t write…