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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Help! My preteen thinks history is boring. I need help finding a homeschool history curriculum my middle schooler will enjoy and engage. The families of
Homeschooling parents often find themselves surprised and even scared when facing the increasingly intense middle school years. The subject of math only makes these feelings
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At some point on the homeschool journey, many parents make the mistake of forgetting that homeschooling does not need to look like public school. In
The conversation about growth mindset versus fixed mindset is an important one for anyone involved in homeschooling a child. These concepts have become more well-known
Many homeschool students are interested in learning more about art but don’t know where to start when it comes to finding the right teacher. You
I have seen it many times! An aspiring artist, with a promising future, fails to produce what they are capable of. Why does this happen?
I decided to tackle the college choice question from two different perspectives. As a parent, there are things you may be concerned about that are
Homeschoolers teach their children themselves for a wide variety of reasons: academic, religious, social, etc. But one thing we all have in common is the
History is a subject students either love or hate. Long lists of dates, names, and events to memorize are dry and uninspiring. If we approach
Maybe the prospect of applying to college riddles you with so much nervousness that it makes your stomach turn. Or you’re just so excited for
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PREPARING OUR CHILDREN FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL — AND WHAT DOES THAT HAVE TO DO WITH CHRISTMAS ANYWAY? Preparation is a huge part of
As a busy mom, your time is limited. You’ve become a pro at multitasking, but sometimes there aren’t enough hours in a day. Abeka Academy
Do you have a preschooler this fall and need a curriculum? Many homeschooling parents get concerned that they will not be able to homeschool their
It’s common for online learning to intimidate homeschool parents who are used to using textbooks. However, many families that make the switch to online curriculum
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.
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Speaker: Todd Wilson I’ve talked to plenty of homeschooling parents who were sold a plan. They followed the plan and then later stood before me…
Speaker: Steve Lambert As he approaches his 70th birthday, this father and grandfather of seven will share with you all that he’s learned in 40…
Speaker: Solomon Schmidt J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis had one of the most unlikely and extraordinary friendships of all time. A soft spoken Catholic and…
Speaker: Solomon Schmidt Join 16 year old published author and homeschool graduate, Solomon Schmidt, as he teaches an overview of American history, covering thirty major…
Speaker: Serene Allison & Pearl Barrett How to pass on wise eating habits to your always hungry, homeschooled children and actually PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH!…
Speaker: Rita Cevasco and Moira Chrzanowski Recognize the signs of dyslexia and dysgraphia and learn three research-based strategies to strengthen reading and writing in children…
Speaker: Rhea Perry In this insightful session taught by an award-winning Internet business owner and veteran homeschool mom of 7, you will learn the fundamentals…
Speaker: Pat Wesolowski This workshop will cover testing and transcripts, dual enrollment, college choices, gap year programs and other post-high school options. Pat, who homeschooled…
Speaker: Nancy Campbell There are four watches (or seasons) of mothering. Find out what they are and how to be faithful and watching in each…
Speaker: Lori Smith Middle and High school students don’t always know how to think or have time to process everything that they’ve read. Even with…
Speaker: Lisa Dettinger Jesus said, “I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly” (John 10:10b). Are you living an abundant Life or…
Speaker: Linda Lacour Hobar History is a great teacher. This is particularly true of the French Revolution when “good guys go bad!” Join Linda Lacour…