There are many choices for Homeschool curriculum. It can actually be quite overwhelming -- much like choosing cough syrup! There are many good methods of choosing the curriculum that best suits your child and how hands-on you want to be. While asking some other homeschoolers what they use is a good method, you can also request catalogs from homeschool companies or other vendors and do some research on your own. Some homeschool curriculum publishers provide samples that you can look at and even practice.
Below are some homeschool curriculum catalogs and sources. Please note that Homeschooling One Child is an affiliate of the ones marked with an asterick (*). This means that we receive a small commission, at no charge to you, when you order using these links. This helps keep this site running (and food on my table!). I am forever grateful.
Following this list are some blog posts that cover curriculum.
Answers in Genesis provides resources for creation, science, and apologetics. Click on the Answers in Genesis ad to the right.
Carson Dellosa Education (carries more than 5,000 educational products that support the growth of preschool children to young adult high schoolers.)*
Evan Moor Educational Publishers (engage young children in fun hands-on STEM projects that develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills.)*
Home Science Tools (features homeschool science curriculum, kits, and supplies)*
Hooked on Phonics (uses a proven, fun method to teach critical reading skills. Developed by leading educators, each session takes just 20 minutes or less.)*
Rainbow Resource Center (publishes a huge, free homeschool catalog that is worth signing up for)
Timberdoodle (publishes a great catalog, and their website offers a lot of great information)
Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool (a complete, free, online Christian homeschool curriculum)
7Sisters Homeschool (no busy-work ebook curriculum) *
Schoolhouse Teachers (Christian, self-paced, online homeschool curriculum -- tons of great electives) *
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