Curriculum Reviews Resources for Homeschoolers

Do you love curriculum as much as we do? Here are some curriculum reviews by Homeschool Giveaways by category: Geography Curriculum Reviews | History Curriculum Reviews | Language Arts Curriculum Reviews | Math Curriculum Reviews | Science Curriculum Reviews

Byline High School Writing Curriculum Review

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View all Language Arts Reviews We have partnered with Clear Water Press for several years now to share their high-quality products with our readers. When my daughter was in eighth grade we used Cover Story and she loved it (my daughter’s review is here), so when they released a new high school writing curriculum that […]

REVIEW: Legends & Leagues Geography Curriculum Series from Veritas Press

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All Geography Reviews We have been slowly ditching regular textbooks in favor of a more “living books as a spine” type of approach. Our 8 year old picked up reading in Kindergarten and has already consumed many classics. This year we are using Sassafrass Science, which is a living book science curriculum and I was researching […]

Exclusive Discount on NEW Curriculum for High School (LIMITED TIME!)

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Daniel Schwabauer, the creator of One Year Adventure Novel (high school) & Cover Story (middle school), is coming out with a new curriculum! Byline is an innovative academic writing curriculum for grades 8–12, and it’s releasing this summer! Keep reading for a pre-order coupon code just for Homeschool Giveaways subscribers! My daughter used Cover Story in 8th […]

Illumenedge 18 Law 101 for New Adults: A Curriculum Review

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Finding out about Illumenedge18 could not have come at a better time for our family. My oldest had JUST gotten his drivers license, his first car and his first job, all within a six month time period. Now that is a lot of big life changes at once.Not only have all these big events happened […]

Bible Heroes Writing Lessons Review

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View all Language Arts ReviewsReview by Bonnie RoseFor hundreds of years, students learned how to read and write by studying the Bible. What could be better than teaching them academic skills at the same you are sharing truths that will build their character and shape their faith? The Institute for Excellence in Writing has taken that time-tested practice […]

Fix It! Grammar Review

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View all Language Arts ReviewsReview by Tara MitchellGrammar is a much dreaded subject in my homeschool. My daughter does well in her individual grammar lessons day to day, however, when it’s time to put all of those lessons into the context of her writing, she gets brain fog. She cannot remember beyond the basic parts of […]

MAKING THE MOST OF HIGH SCHOOL WITH COLLEGEPLUS — PART 8

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STUDY WITH STRUCTURE College Courses at a Fraction of the Cost (This is part 8 in our series. If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) If you are homeschooling high school in America, undoubtedly, your student will be studying American History. We’ve studied a lot of history in our house — ancient history, world history, […]