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Homeschool Curriculum Choices 2021-2022

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It is time for another year of homeschool (already!) This will be the beginning of my 15th year of teaching my children, and each year that number grows it makes me really the saying, “The days are long, but the years are short” hit the very CORE of my heart. While I have eight children total, one is graduated and one is in public school, which brings my total class size to six.

https://youtu.be/-U0nWda7M84

Student Roster:

  • Andrew – GRADUATED in 2020
  • Maddie – 11th
  • Micheal (Public School) 9th
  • Faith – 8th
  • Georgia 6th
  • Ezra – 3rd
  • Cora – 1st
  • Cypress – Pre K

In the last few years, we have settled into a good routine of curriculum that works for us. Be,cause we’ve found a lot of things that really work for us, this year we are sticking to many of our OGs. If you want more information on the curriculum or who is using what, watch the attached video.

Perpetual Homeschool Planner:

http://bit.ly/AFFhsplanner

History

https://www.goodandbeautiful.com/pre-k-8-curriculum/history/

Bible

https://store.notconsumed.com/

Memory

http://afarmhousefull.com/printable-memory-cards/

Handwriting

http://bit.ly/AFFhandwriting

https://www.goodandbeautiful.com/pre-k-8-curriculum/handwriting/

Math

https://www.teachingtextbooks.com/

FREE TRIAL of Teaching Textbooks: https://www.teachingtextbooks.com/free-trial

https://www.mathusee.com/

Language Arts/Geography/Art

https://www.goodandbeautiful.com/pre-k-8-curriculum/language-arts/

https://www.goodandbeautiful.com/language-arts/

Science

https://amzn.to/38zoNVf

https://www.apologia.com/product-tag/science/

Government

https://history.notgrass.com/high-school/exploring-government/

Typing

https://www.typing.com/

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