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Homeschool Science Curriculum Review: Apologia

Homeschool Science Curriculum Review: Apologia

We have used Apologia Science for our homeschool science curriculum for our entire homeschooling journey, which is coming up on 20 years now. I have had 3 children go through the high school curriculum and all but my first one have gone through the elementary 

The Best Homeschool Math Curriculum You Don’t Know About

The Best Homeschool Math Curriculum You Don’t Know About

Welcome to my homeschool math curriculum review! I have found probably the most underrated homeschool math curriculum in the homeschooling world:  Christian Light Publication. I switched over from Math-U-See to this program when my 11 year old was in Kindergarten. I had one in high 

Pandia Press: All You Want to Know About This  High School Homeschool History Curriculum

Pandia Press: All You Want to Know About This High School Homeschool History Curriculum

Thank you for joining me today for this homeschool history curriculum review! I really appreciate you spending your time here.   My last review was on Story of the World, another homeschool history curriculum.   Once your children are too old for Story of the 

Homeschool History Curriculum Review: The Story of the World

Homeschool History Curriculum Review: The Story of the World

I have used this elementary homeschool history curriculum for my entire homeschooling journey.  (That’s 19 years now).   I found it early on, loved it, and have never left it. It is a fantastic curriculum, full of biographies, activities and just the right mix of 

The Most Trusted Free Homeschool Curriculum

The Most Trusted Free Homeschool Curriculum

When I first started homeschooling, almost 20 yrs ago, there were many curricula out there. You could get boxed, everything done for you, unit studies, different methods such as Charlotte Mason, Classical and unschooling. You could even just go to Walmart and get workbooks for 

An Honest Memoria Press Review

An Honest Memoria Press Review

When I first started homeschooling, 19 years ago, there were a lot of curriculum options. This was at the dawn of the internet age, when Napster was hot and chatrooms and AOL were the preferred methods of online communication. Back then, homeschooling had been around