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Finding curriculum can be daunting! Back in my childhood days, I knew of only a small handful of homeschoolers, and they all did the same program, because there wasn’t much out there to use! Today we have so many good programs out there to choose from! Our hope for you is that this page will help you narrow down the search! Happy hunting :)
The list of full Traditional Curricula is endless. Here are some of the more popular faith-based variety:
(Note: If you are looking for a full secular curriculum, it will need to be pieced together- I have not found one fully secular, but my searching is also limited)
Finding resources for Unschooling is not really a “one stop shop”. Materials to engage your students can come from just about anywhere. If you are looking for more structured material, your local library is a good resource, as well as Rainbow Resource because they have a plethora of curriculum for all different subjects so that you are able to pick and choose what would work best for your family.
There are many excellent companies producing some great materials for Classical Education. Here are our favorites:
Institute for Excellence in Writing
Here are a few great places to find curricula for a Charlotte Mason style of learning. Due to its philosophy, most of the books are classic literature, and can be found at your local library.
Many homeschoolers, from all walks of homeschooling, use unit studies in their homeschool- from occasionally to exclusively. A Unit Study is, essentially, studying a specific topic using all your senses and subjects. Example- studying Egypt you learn about it’s geography, study it ancient science, learn about its art, use geometry to build pyramids, etc. It’s a all encompassing way to study and integrate all subjects. With a little creativity, Unit Studies can be created on your own. If you need help getting your feet wet, here are some full curriculum ones you can purchase: