Curriculum Choices 2015-2016

August 24, 2015

I am SO grateful for the opportunity to homeschool my children. My husband and I don't have all the answers, but we are honored that God has granted us this calling. We are not perfect, but we are committed to raising our children for the Lord. So, we count it a blessing to be able to do that as we educate our children each day, right here at home.

Scripture Memory
Teaching Hearts, Training Minds
Foundations 1: Preparation for Christ

Math U See

Language Arts
First Language Lessons
Rod & Staff: Building Christian English Series
Writing with Ease
Writing with Skill
Reading lists found at Ambleside Online and also here.
Spelling Workout
Vocabulary from Classical Roots
Cursive Writing

Story of the World (Middle Ages; Modern Age)
The Mystery of History (Ancients)

Science in the Beginning

Kid's Health: free site with a myriad of health resource categorized by grade and topic.
Flag Football

Teaching Little Fingers to Play
Flute Lessons
Music and Art Appreciation: via Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool: a free, full online, Christian education, or you can use it for specific subjects only.
Crafts and Handiwork

The Fallacy Detective
Building and Thinking Skills 

Foreign Language
Prima Latina
Latina Christiana I
Spanish: free, through our local library, online

Typing A free site where I'm able to manage all of my kiddos' progress.

Happy Schooling!

I'd be happy to answer any questions about our curriculum, if you're looking for a personal opinion. Have you found all of your curriculum for the school year?


  1. Thanks for sharing the website. I had not heard of it before so I am grateful to now know about it. I created accounts for the girls.

    1. You're welcome. This is the second or third year we've used this site. They updated it recently with a more visually appealing layout. My son is beginning this year and he loves it! I hope it works well for you and your daughters!


Comments are always welcomed!!

Powered by Blogger.