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Choosing a Curriculum Amidst the Marketing Madness
Carlene Archer
Whether you are in your first year of homeschooling or your 18th, choosing your curriculum is a continual process. Your family situation, financial status, child's needs, or other factors may have changed. One approach doesn't work for every family. In this article, Carlene Archer shares some guidelines that can help make the process of choosing your curriculum easier.
Choosing Your Home School Curriculum
Vicki Lewis
Find out what subjects are usually taught at your child’s grade level. List the subjects you have decided to teach in their order of importance to you. Curriculum review manuals are helpful in bringing awareness to what is available in each subject area.
Finding the Right Curriculum
Isabel Shaw
When you are new to homeschooling, choosing the perfect learning system for your family can be a challenge. This article takes a look at some of the different curriculum options, explores how to combine materials from different suppliers, and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of creating your own course of study.
Homeschool-Where Do I Begin
Kay Green
You have decided to home school your children. You have been thinking and praying about it for some time. As September approaches you know it is time. Where to start? The choices seem overwhelming.
How to Choose the Right Materials for Your Child
Sonlight Curriculum
Sonlight Curriculum gives some guidance to choosing the right programs for your child.
Making your Own Homeschool Preschool Curriculum
Need a homeschool preschool curriculum? Have you thought about homeschooling your child – but aren’t sure you have what it takes to persevere? Homeschooling during the preschool ages is a great way to try everything out and see if it’s going to work for your family. Homeschooling preschool children also has many side benefits. It gives you something constructive to do during those long daytime hours while your husband is at work. And it will help you bond with your children in a way that nothing else will. Watching your preschooler learn and grow is a wonderful experience – and one that you and your child will both enjoy. You can purchase a great homeschool preschool curriculum that is all ready to go, if that’s what you’re interested in doing. Or, you can come up with activities on your own.
Some Practical Advice for New Homeschoolers
Homeschool Central
The thought of homeschooling your children may seem quite overwhelming at first. There are so many questions going through your head. Where do I get curriculum, what curriculum should I use, can I really do this, and of course what about socialization? Let me put your mind at ease. It's not as difficult as it looks.
The Path to Success
HomeHearts.com
So, you have made the decision to educate your children at home. Before taking the next step, think about the things you shouldn't do. One of the biggest mistakes we make is following current logic or someone else's idea of what is best. Your family has been uniquely designed with a specific purpose in mind.
This Curriculum Will Teach the Kids, Wash the Dishes AND Do the Laundry!
Mary McCarthy
As homeschoolers we have a lot of products and services to choose from. There are a lot of really great companies and individuals marketing homeschooling supplies and services. There are also a few "bad apples" in our basket. How can you tell the difference, and how can you know whether the products or services are worth what you are paying for them?


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