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Are you a homeschooler who needs support and encouragement? This is the place.

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Education with Videos and Television

Started by Heather Randall. Last reply by Heather Randall Apr 24, 2013. 3 Replies

Hi Ladies,My kids can actually quote 45 minutes straight of Lion King 1 1/2. Actually I begged them to stop at that point but I'm fairly confident they could do the whole movie if allowed. My mom…Continue

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Comment by Dana Lambert on April 17, 2013 at 12:17am

We are completely eclectic.  I use Apologia for both science and bible, Math Mammoth with various math computer games, Pathway Readers, Story of the World and review items I receive throughout the year along with a lot of great freebies I catch all year long. 

Comment by Dana Lambert on April 17, 2013 at 12:25am

We do love it.  I have the audio cd's so that I don't have to do the reading part any longer but we can listen together while I am getting things done.  Bonus is that I can also take those lessons along in the car for appointments and things. :)

Comment by Heather Randall on April 17, 2013 at 5:14pm

I'm hopping in here too. I homeschool my four kiddos using anything I can find and like. I'm extremely eclectic but bend toward a Charlotte Mason approach. Right now we are using

Word Alive for Bible and writing

The Dutch Twins for geography and literature (it's our read aloud)

The Story Book of Science by Jean Henri Fabre for science (sometimes a chapter actually covers several subjects and it's all we do because we've learned so much. They love this book!)

Peeps at Many Lands: Ancient Egypt (for History)

We're currently studying Spanish with Spanish For You (which I'm reviewing) and Hebrew with Evonne's resources. My husband says we are studying Spebrew. ;)

For Math we use Math Mammoth and I won't ever use anything else. I love, love it!

They do independent reading and narration too.

Comment by Heather Randall on June 27, 2013 at 1:34pm

I'm excited to say that I have all of next year's schooling prepared, added into My Homeschool Grades and we're ready to roll. 

Here's what we're doing:

Chloe (age 11) has Romans 12:9 as her scripture of the year. She'll be focusing on Resisting the Devil and clinging to good all year. 

She will study . . .

Math- 

Math Mammoth Grade 6

Oklahoma Studies (required in my state)- 

Big Oak Curriculum

History-

themes: Nazis, Russian Revolution of 1917, Jacobite Revolt, Racism in 1936, Religious Freedoms then and now and US History Lessons by Mom's Mustard Seeds.

Reading-

The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien

Animal Farm by George Orwell

The Winged Watchman by Hilda Van Stockum

Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor

Snow Treasure by Marie McSwigan

Rob Roy by Sir Walter Scott

God's Smuggler bu Brother Andrew

Writing-

7 book reports

8 research papers

8 essays

journaling

copywriting

Science-

Handbook of Nature Studies

The Outdoor Hour Challenge

Georgraphy/ Social Studies-

Germany

Scotland

Holland

Russia

Art/ Life Skills-

Keepers at Home

Bible-

Word Alive

Journibles (Deuteronomy cont.)

Caibry (age 9) has Philippians 4:13 as his scripture for the year. He will focus on overcoming.

He will study:

Math-

Grade 4 Math Mammoth

Oklahoma Studies (required in my state)- 

Big Oak Curriculum

History-

US History Lessons by Mom's Mustard Seeds.

Reading-

A Book of Golden Deeds

Little Britches by Ralph Moody

Gentle Ben by Walt Morey

Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes

Justin Morgan Had A Horse by Marguerite Henry

Writing-

5 book reports

copywork

journaling

Paper about conflicts in fiction (man vs. man, man vs. nature etc)

Science-

Handbook of Nature Studies

The Outdoor Hour Challenge

Geography-

Colorado, Alaska, Massachusetts, Vermont

Art/Life Skills-

Contenders for the Faith

Bible-

Word Alive

Nevie and Sadie (ages 7 and 5) will study . . .

Math-

Everyday Math Stories

History-

Big Oak Curriculum and US History Lessons by Mom's Mustard Seeds.

FIAR Book #3 as their core.

Bible-

Word Alive

That's our year ahead.

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