Curriculum Resources Resources for Homeschoolers

Fun Educational Biographies: Learn About Legends, Inventors, and other People from History

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With over 150 titles, the Who Was? series tells the incredible stories of trailblazers, legends, innovators, and creators. Enhance your history studies with these easy readers that are written in a way that children will enjoy them…and actually WANT to read them! These inspiring illustrated biographies are perfect for young middle-grade readers. The stories of these people from […]

80+ Homeschool Science Curriculum Options & Resources

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Homeschool Science — not my favorite subject. I am not a hands-on science mom by any means. I have 2 favorites though, Considering God’s Creation and Sassafras Science. Both of these science curricula are notebooking based, which is definitely why I love them!Below you can find a list of over 80 homeschool science curriculum resources […]

130+ Language Arts Curriculum Resources and Options

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We have used many curricula over the years and we have some favorites, but I listed everything I could think of below for grammar, writing, spelling, phonics, and reading. If you are looking for language arts homeschool curriculum, here are over 100 different resources you can look into:General Language Arts Curriculum:A Beka Grammar & CompositionAlpha Omega LIFEPAC Language ArtsAnalytical […]

Alpha Omega Publications Terminology from A-Z

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For more than four decades, Alpha Omega Publications has been faithfully serving homeschool families. If you’re new to homeschooling, use this glossary of AOP homeschool terminology from A-Z to learn more about our Christian curriculum and the benefits we can offer to help you meet your needs and educational goals. Accreditation Accreditation ensures only that […]

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. […]

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 […]