Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Our Curriculum Choices this year!

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Decisions have been made, orders have been placed, packages have arrived, planning has began (more on that tomorrow).

This year our curriculum will go as follows
Tyler, age 3
Katey, age 7
  • Five In A Row, using lots of science from the Usborne science books and Nature in a Nutshell as well as history/geography
  • Hooked on Phonics upper level phonics
  • Copywork
  • Lots of reading
  • I am still undecided on her math, right now we are working on fact memorization.
  • Leaving room for review items



Emily, age 11 (almost 12)
  • Prairie Primer, using How Nature Works, How Science Works, How the Earth Works as our main science supplements
  • Painless Grammar
  • Life of Fred as well as Math Essentials (We have loved this program)
  • Finish up Keyboarding
  • Review Items
  • Rosetta Stone French when time allows
  • Co-op classes, sewing and The Art of Argument



Tommy, age 13


As you can see I am trying not to put to much pressure on the kids this year as far as curriculum goes.  I am really looking forward to a more organic learning environment after using K12 last year.  I am also going to make a much bigger effort to do a family read aloud more often.  We have begun reading The Hardy Boys series this Summer and have really enjoyed the time together.


Click on the button at the top of this post to see what other crew members are using. 

What is your favorite curriculum?

5 comments:

HannahAchrissmile said...

Sounds like you've done a good job making selections. I use rosetta stone myself for spanish and it's great fun!

Mary said...

Great line up! The Art of Argument is EXCELLENT. We will be using Rosetta Stone this year too- for Russian!

Garden Tenders/Kim said...

I love reading about the choices others have made or are making! Thank you for sharing. I will need to check out five in a row.

Stefanie said...

The Prarie Primer has always intrigued but I just can't give up my Sonlight. I'll look forward to reading about how it goes for you this year.

Andrea @ No Doubt Learning said...

We love the Usborne books too! Such great information in them! Have a wonderful year!

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