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Below are links to some of the homeschool curriculum and supplies that we have used or are currently using. Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links that I have provided for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
This is a multi-subject curriculum product. I use it mostly in science, history, geography, and literature but it can be used with other subjects. To see a review of this product and examples, click here.
To see a review and photos of what we created, please click here.
We used kit this at the end of the school year after I had already posted our science curriculum reviews. With that said, the boys enjoyed having actual rocks to study. I liked that they provided 15 different rock samples representing the three different classifications of rocks. Joshua still takes these out to compare them with rocks he finds outdoors.
These cell kits (plant on top, animal on bottom) came out beautiful after we learned the parts and put them together. Click here to see photos of the boys putting them together. I will admit that the front see-through portion was hard to put on but after a few minutes of some serious arm work, I was able to cap it into place.
I recently purchased these two books for our 2016-2017 school year. I have read through most of it and so far I like this author’s approach to various science topics and how best to teach them.
Since 3rd grade, we have been using various workbooks by Carson-Dellosa for Spanish. I mainly focused on labeling items and elementary vocabulary such as numbers, colors, days, etc. This year our focus will be on creating sentences, conjugating some simple verbs, and having conversations.
I recently purchase this item for the new school year (2016-2017). I will provide a review soon.
I purchased these for our 2015-2016 school year and used them with our Feeding My Sheep curriculum. I was really impressed by their quality and will never buy cheap colored pencils again. Click here for a link to that curriculum and click here for my review of these pencils when I delved into some adult coloring.
If you are using a timeline book with your history curriculum, I’d like to suggest Post-Its full adhesive notes. With these I glue a picture of the historical figure or event onto it and then place it on our timeline. If I need to readjust the timeline in the future and/or add to the timeline, I simply remove the person or event and re-stick them appropriately. For more on the timeline record keeper we use, click here.