Homeschool Curriculums

Choosing a curriculum – one of the most fun, yet most difficult parts of homeschooling!

If you have any questions about homeschool curriculums, you’ve come to the right place! Enjoy a huge collection of curriculum-related blogs and a few free downloadables!

Top Homeschool Curriculums - Voted by YOU!

Do I choose a book-based curriculum? A video based curriculum? A Charlotte Mason approach, or a classical approach?

All of this curriculum jargon can be a lot to handle – not to mention all of the different curriculum providers within these categories!

Luckily for you, thousands of other homeschool families who’ve already walked this journey were willing to help you out by voting for their favorite curriculum!

Teach Them Diligently compiled these survey results into our Homeschool Family Favorites Guide for 2019 – and we’re excited to offer it to you for FREE! 

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Homeschool Curriculums by Subject

Teaching math can be intimidating for a variety of reasons. It’s complex. It requires a lot of formula memorization, especially at the upper levels. And you may find it harder to directly apply to everyday life.

But there’s no need to fear! Check out this homeschool math curriculum guide for curriculum reviews, project ideas, and ways to help your children apply math to daily life!

Homeschool Curriculum Articles

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A New Outlook On Art

My 15 year old daughter spends part of most evenings drawing in her journal– looking for ideas online to create a personalized book chronicling her thoughts,

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Still struggling with which curriculum to choose? Try this FREE audio resource.

If you’re still unsure about which curriculum is best for your family, why not get advice from someone who’s tried them all?

Curriculum junkie Jeannie Fulbright bought EVERYTHING that sounded good. From A Beka, to Hillyer, to e-books—she has tried every kind of curriculum and method available! And from that experience she has formulated the 7 E’s for Carefully Choosing Curriculum.

Since we know you’ll benefit from Jeannie’s course, we’re offering it to you for FREE! Click the button to learn more.

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TTD365 Curriculum Audio Resources (Members Only!)

Practical Apologetics

Speaker: Chuck Black The deception of the Enemy in our modern world seems overwhelming at times, especially for our young people. Is there scientific evidence

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Let Boys be Boys

Speaker: Mark Hancock Mark shares three winning strategies for leaders of boys and why this is important to the big kingdom business of Trail Life

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College Prep 101

Speaker: Mark Pruitt Master the art of learning at the college level and dominate ALL your classes! Listen Now Favorite To access this content, you

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The Serpent!

Speaker: Mike Snavely The fear of snakes is understandable. Right at the outset of history, the Bible records an astounding verbal exchange between the serpent

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Let’s Fix It!

Speaker: Linda Kane When the brain doesn’t receive, process, and store information learned adequately; there will be corresponding memory, emotional, behavioral, and sensory challenges. When

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Taming Your Tongue

Speaker: Ginger Hubbard Do you find yourself threatening, repeating your instructions, or raising your voice in an attempt to get your children to obey? Do

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The Grumble Free Home

Speaker: Tricia Goyer The Grumble-Free Year followed Tricia Goyer’s family as they tried to go complaint-free in order to develop hearts of gratitude. While an

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Created To Be

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch As Dr. Kathy shares her story, you’ll be able to see yours more clearly. Why were you created? What about your

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Boys and Media

Speaker: Hal and Melanie Young How do you teach a young man to keep his way pure when the red-light district is riding around in

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