Curriculum Resources Resources for Homeschoolers

Writing: She Won’t or She Can’t?

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Home school teachers are uniquely qualified to teach their kids because they know their kids so well, but sometimes we miss the obvious. Sometimes we think our kids won’t do something, like writing, when actually they just can’t. I did that. What Happened at Our HouseAnna, my little curly blond first-born, was all eagerness with her schoolwork […]

Our Favorite History Curriculum (What we used from Grades 1-12)

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I hated history when I was in public school. It was so.very.boring. My teachers were dry and monotone and it was full of memorizing dates. I didn’t learn a thing. Perhaps you can relate?When I started homeschooling I found out that I actually REALLY enjoyed history. I learned it from scratch right beside my children. […]

Easy Spring Science Experiment

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For many parts of the country, the color of the surrounding landscape will soon change from the white of winter to the green of spring. If your green thumb is starting to itch, try this easy paper cup plant project from the LIFEPAC 2nd Grade Science Unit 5 Worktext and you can welcome spring with […]

AOP Curriculum Selection Flow Chart

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Whether you’re looking for print, online, or digital curriculum, parent-led or student-directed lessons, or an accredited education, Alpha Omega Publications has the perfect option for your homeschool family’s needs. To find your AOP homeschool fit, use our simple AOP curriculum flow chart or call one of our friendly educational specialists at 800-622-3070. AOP Curriculum Flow […]

Complete Language Arts Program: Grammar, Spelling, Vocabulary, & Writing

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I prefer to have the various components of my language arts curriculum (grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and writing) complement each other. When you use different curriculum for each individual aspect, there can be overlapping as well as different levels of abilities or gaps. That’s one of the reasons that JacKris Publishing is so attractive for many homeschooling […]

5 Reasons to Attend a Homeschool Convention

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Living in today’s Internet society, some homeschoolers may wonder if attending a homeschool convention is still necessary. After all, with easy access to information and homeschool websites, why not just save yourself the hassle and added travel expenses and enjoy the convenience of shopping online?As great a tool as the Internet may be, there are […]

How Homeschoolers Can Secure Scholarships for College in 6 Steps

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Melissa is one of our behind-the-scenes helpers over here at HSG. She has a daughter in eleventh grade and they have been wondering how they were going to afford college. We came across The Scholarship System and it looked like something that might help them overcome this hurdle, so we reached out to them and asked […]

A Comprehensive DIY Health and Nutrition Curriculum For Homeschoolers

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Creating high school homeschool curriculum is harder than we think at times. Even if you use an online curriculum, it may not have everything that you would want your children to know, especially if it is not a core subject. Five J‘s has developed a how-to in creating your own comprehensive Health and Nutrition curriculum […]

FREE God’s Little Explorers Preschool Curriculum

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Proverbs 22:6 says, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” There was a time when I wanted to do so much “for” the Lord; I wanted to be a missionary, help this ministry and that ministry. Then God showed me that […]