What curriculum do you use for Homeschool?
• United States
10 Mar 11
I'm just about to graduate and the curriculum I use is by Midwest Christian Academy.(http://www.midwestchristianacademy.com/) For me most of everything is on my own now, my mom doesn't teach me. MCA sends in the curriculum and keeps you on a schedule. As a student you do the grading, except for the tests, and you do everything by yourself. It's kinda neat! Their curriculum is good, except I don't like their Math or Science. I use Math u See for my math, and I use Dr. Wiles Exploring Creation Science Books from Apologia. (which I HIGHLY recommend. They are simply THE BEST science books ever!) http://www.mathusee.com/
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22 Jul 12
It's so great of you to homeschool your children, I suppose your eldest child is 9th grade now? I am planning to homeschool my children, my eldest son is 3 years old now, and the younger is not yet one month old. I am planning to use Waldorf education, as I am more interested in the natural development of a child introduced by Waldorf education. I am currently researching on the Internet, and also attending some local course to know more about the Waldorf education, so that I can prepare the curriculum by myself.
• United States
28 Oct 11
I started out homeschooling using a pieced together curriculum with books from different publishers for each subject depending on my child's needs at the time, but I have since started using an online school - Time 4 Learning, though it only goes through 8th grade. So far it is working well for us.