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Our Curriculum 2013-2014

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 As I visit with other homeschool moms, this question always surfaces, “What curriculum do you use?” Well, for me, this list is ever-changing! I tend to be a little ADHD when it comes to choosing curriculum! But, my style stays the same. For the most part, we follow a mixture of Charlotte Mason methods and Classical methods. For more about the differences between homeschooling methods, check out this book: 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum

This is an example of our “typical” learning process:

  1. Introduce a topic with memory work.
  2. Find a book (or two or three or ten) that matches the memory work.
  3. Continue drilling the memory work, while “making it real” with living books.

As you look at my curriculum choices, please remember that they may be different tomorrow!

The Entire Family- together

 

First-Born (6th grade) 094

 

Middle Man (4th grade)  

202

 

Short Stuff (1st grade) 

150

 What curriculum are you using?

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Our Curriculum- 2011-2012

As I visit with other homeschool moms, this question always surfaces, “What curriculum do you use?”  Well, for me, this list is ever-changing!  I tend to be a little ADHD when it comes to choosing curriculum!  But, my style stays the same.  For the most part, we follow a mix of Charlotte Mason methods and Classical methods. For more about the differences between homeschooling methods, check out 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum: Choosing the Right Curriculum and Approach for Your Child’s Learning Style

This is an example of our “typical” learning process:

  1. Introduce a topic with memory work.
  2. Find a book (or two or three or ten) that matches the memory work.
  3. Continue drilling the memory work, while “making it real” with living books.

As you look at my curriculum choices, please remember that they may be different tomorrow!

The Entire Family- together

  • History
    • Classical Conversations- focus on American history
    • Books that support our memory work from Classical Conversations
  • Science
    • Classical Conversations-focus on Anatomy, Chemistry, and Origins
    • Books that support our memory work from Classical Conversations
  • Bible- The Child’s Story Bible by Catherine Vos
  • Read-alouds-Various books that relate to the historical time period we are studying
  • Fine Arts- We study Fine Arts with our Classical Conversations group.  At home, we expand the topics with books.

First-Born (4th grade)

Middle Man (2nd grade)

Short Stuff (4 years old)

 

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