Homeschool Curriculum 2015-2016

We are in our 13th week of homeschooling this year and I’m finally getting around to posting our curriculum list. Better late than never….right? Here is the curriculum I’m using this year with my elementary age kids. So far we are enjoying all of it!

homeschool curriculum 2015-2016

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5th Grade

3rd Grade

1st Grade

Pre-K

My Pre-K child often joins her siblings in their science and history lessons using the following curriculum.

What curriculum are you using this year?
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  1. I was looking at buying that bible story book for next year. My daughter will be in 4th grade. I was out searching if anyone had any lesson plans to go along with the book so it could be a complete bible study. Did you make one? How did it work out with the book? Is it something that you would share or sell? I am interested in what and how you did it. We are new to homeschooling this year and we are out testing the waters to find what we love Thanks

    • Hi Carla!
      Welcome to homeschooling! I love using the Child’s Story Bible for our Bible lessons. I do our Bible time with all my children so I am reading the story and doing the lessons out loud with all my kids but you can have your daughter do it by herself or do it together. Yes, I created my own curriculum to go along with this great book BUT I haven’t organized it yet to offer to my readers. Hoping to have it all together this summer. You can subscribe to my newsletter and then you will be one of the first to know when it is available!

      In the meantime you can read one (or more) sections from the book, then summarize the story orally (or in writing) and talk about what the story says about 1. Who God is? 2. What He has done for his people and 3. What the story teaches us about how we can glorify/honor God. You can pick a memory verse that goes along with the theme of the story OR just have your daughter memorize a verse that is relevant to her at this time. For example, if she is struggling with fear you can memorize verses about trusting God. I hope this helps.

      You have motivated me to get busy on making my curriculum available to others! Thank you for the inspiration. 🙂

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