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One of the BEST things about homeschooling is that every family can do what works for them. Finding curriculum that works for your family can be exciting, but it can also be tiresome to figure it all out.
Knowing what has worked for other families can be a helpful tool.
Below, we’ve gathered curriculum, books, and activities that have been useful for families in our One Legacy group.
Mr. D Math – You have the choice of working online independently, or participating in online class sessions. Pre-Algebra through Trigonometry.
Teaching Textbooks – Computer based program, self-grading, allows child to work independently. Ranges from ‘Math 3’ to ‘Pre-Calculus’.
Key To… Math Series – Booklets covering fractions, decimals, percents, geometry, algebra, and more. Not a comprehensive curriculum.
No Nonsense Algebra – A small-ish textbook with link to video lessons. Short lessons. Easy to follow.
Life of Fred – A different kind of math. Told in narrative fashion. Great for ‘out-of-the-box’ thinkers.
Mystery of History – A historically accurate, Christ-centered approach to world history for all ages. One curriculum contains activities for elementary through high school, great for using with multiple ages.
Notgrass – Uses narrative lessons, primary source documents, historical novels and biographies, and hands-on activities to teach history. For grades 5 and up.
Apologia – Elementary through high school. The elementary series especially offer notebooking, hands-on activities, and colorful textbooks.
Science through History – Elementary science curriculum by Dr. Jay Wile.
Answers in Genesis – God’s Design for Science is for grades 3-8.
By Design Science – An inquiry based science curriculum for grades 1-8.
NatureExplorers – Nature study guides on a variety of topics.
Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) – Writing and grammar curriculum. Grades 1-12.
Spelling Power – Single volume teaching spelling to all ages. Described as “not tedious or time consuming.”
Spelling Wisdom – Spelling and vocabulary taught through dictation (Charlotte Mason method)
Bright Ideas Press – History, geography, science, literature. Christian-oriented curriculum for grades K-12.
7 Sisters – Individual courses for high school. Literature guides, elective courses, social sciences, and more.
Classical Conversations – Curriculum for K-12 following the Classical Education model.
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