Leann is a homeschooling mama of an over-active 6 year old, proud wife of a cop, and pet lover of their two dogs, frogs, turtles – and cricket. Her blog, The Hands-On Homeschooler, chronicles their homeschooling journey, while throwing in tidbits about life, reviews, and recipes. Prior to being a stay-at-home mom, Leann taught math at a public high school for high achieving students. She and her family currently reside in the middle Tennessee area.
- Teach the whole family – together
- Each unit highlights a different animal and includes bible, handwriting, science, spelling, vocabulary, language arts, history, geography and more (just add math)!
- Additional links for more research, and reading suggestions included
- Hands on Learning projects and activities for art and creative homeschooling
- Save time & money and learn to use the study of God’s creation to inspire your students and help them develop a life-long love of learning!
Choose from different unit studies including Sea Turtle, Dolphin, Seashells, Jellyfish, Sand dollar, Manatee, Bald Eagle, Magnificent Frigatebird, Butterfies, and more.
Middlebury Interactive Language’s courses offer students the opportunity to explore and discover languages in an engaging, interactive and self-paced environment. Middlebury Interactive’s curriculum was developed exclusively for the education market by Ph.D. level academics and linguistic experts. The online courses utilize real-world reading, writing, listening and speaking activities combined with task-based activities to accelerate language acquisition.
The online courses are semester-based; each semester provides the age-appropriate level of content. These self-paced courses are available in four different languages: Spanish, French, Chinese and German, from elementary through high school.
The Classical Historian teaches students to think independently, make decisions, read, write, and speak effectively, AND learn history. The Classical Historian uses a Five Step Method:
1. Students Learn the Tools of the HIstorian.
2. Students are Challenged with Open-Ended Questions.
3. Students Research in a Variety of Secondary and Primary Sources.
4. Students Engage in a Socratic Discussion. 5. Students Write an Analytical Essay.
Curriculum titles for grades 6-9: Ancient History, Medieval History
Curriculum titles for grades 9-12: Modern World, World History: Ancient to Modern, American History from Columbus to the War on Terror.
Online courses also available that utilize this curriculum.
Patrick Henry College’s Teen Leadership Camps are fast-paced and full of opportunities to learn and have fun. They are open to teenagers who will be 14-18 years old at the start of the camp they are attending.
How much experience with the camp topic is needed? None! The camps are designed for everyone, from beginners excited to learn to veterans eager to hone their skills.
All Teen Camps include a field trip and camp-specific activities such as the moot court tournament, drama productions, and intelligence missions. Come prepared to experience an action-packed summer with us!
There are 4 books in the series:
Volume 1: Who Is God? And How Can I Really Know Him?
Teach your elementary students how to use Scripture to view the world from God’s perspective with this engaging curriculum. As they learn the basics of the Christian faith—about who God is, who we are, sin, redemption, and more—they’ll be equipped to discern the truth among competing cultural messages and stand strong for what they believe!
Volume 2: Who Am I? And What Am I Doing Here?
What gives a person value? What provides purpose for a life? Who Am I? And What Am I Doing Here? helps children understand what it means to be made in the image of God. This is the second volume in Apologia’s What we Believe Worldview series.
Volume 3: Who Is My Neighbor?
Volume 3 in Apologia’s What We Believe series, Who is My Neighbor? And Why Does He Need Me? helps children understand how to live as Christians who are salt and light in the world, in their country, in their family, and in their lives wherever they go.
Volume 4: What On Earth Can I Do?
Volume 4 in Apologia’s What We Believe series, What on Earth Can I Do looks at what being a good and faithful servant means to your kids. Designed around a notebooking concept, this study provides opportunities for your children to ponder who God is, the talents they’ve been given, how to use them for his glory, and more. Each lesson includes a main topic, learning objectives, short story, thought-provoking questions, vocabulary, and more.
Ages 6 to 14.
The Basic Science Mysteries course from Paradigm Accelerated Curriculum (PAC) studies the mysteries we associate with all kinds of science; the body, universe, plants, chemistry and more. This course is perfect as a slow introduction or for struggling learners; it’s recommended for use as a grade 7 remedial science curriculum.
Set includes 5 Chapters plus 5 Activity Books and 1 Teacher’s Resource Kit; non-reproducible pages, paper covers with magazine-style stapled bindings. Suggested for Grade 7 remedial. Designed to cover one year.