6 Curriculums For Homeschooling

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Below is a list of 5 Curriculums Recommended For Homeschooling. I have personally used or know people who have used each of these curriculums for their school year and for a range of ages and grades. 

  1. Beautiful Feet Books – I love this curriculum because it is good for K-12 and it’s great for the busy homeschool mom. The books are beautiful and easy to follow. I use this history because it’s easier to keep my kids on topic.

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My kiddos range from preschool into first grade. I love using more of the Charlotte Mason Learning and teaching them with books. Beautiful Feet Books is Hands down one of my favorites. 

  1. Masterbooks – These are a faith-based curriculum I know so many homeschoolers that use this curriculum. 
  2. Abeka Academy – This curriculum is for Preschool – 12th Grade. (However, I do not agree with using a curriculum before age 7)

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  1. The Good and The Beautiful – This curriculum is mostly all-inclusive, it’s so colorful and inviting. Plus It is faith-based. I feel that the history lessons are a bit dry and hard to keep my kids entertained.

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*All Credit to The Good and Beautiful*
  1. The Relaxed Homeschool – This Homeschool curriculum is nice because it’s simple and printable. I used this curriculum with my first child for preschool then I learned that he thrives more on hands-on work rather than book work.  

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  1. The Ultimate Unit Study – I love that these unit studies include wholesome books that you can buy anywhere. You purchase the PDF and print them off. I highly recommend using Thriftbooks to buy any books you don’t own.

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Please let me know if you try any of these and what you think of them or if you have any other recommendations please comment below.

If you like this list check out the list of my 8 essentials for Homeschooling HERE!

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