Tag Archives: classical education

Review of Math-U-See ~ Math Comparison

The plethora of curricula available to homeschoolers today is dizzying. While wading through the options and recommendations, I eventually made charts of my top three to four choices for history, math, grammar, writing, and spelling to narrow them down. I … Continue reading

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Watery Wonderings ~ Weekly Report

This week we immersed ourselves in watery wonders: In homeschool, we spent time with castles and moats and the aquatic creatures that might reside in those moats, and on the homefront we purchased a “borehole” (well)! Here are the blessings … Continue reading

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Review of Singapore Primary Mathematics ~ Math Comparison

The plethora of curricula available to homeschoolers today is dizzying. While wading through the options and recommendations, I eventually made charts of my top three to four choices for history, math, grammar, writing, and spelling to narrow them down. I … Continue reading

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Home Again, Home Again, Joburgy-Jig

Last week we journeyed to the Johannesburg area, where Seth was scheduled to preach for a family camp for an English church pastored by a South African friend of ours. We had such a nice time getting to speak English … Continue reading

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Review of ABeka Book Math ~ Math Comparison

The plethora of curricula available to homeschoolers today is dizzying. While wading through the options and recommendations, I eventually made charts of my top three to four choices for history, math, grammar, writing, and spelling to narrow them down. I … Continue reading

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Review of Saxon Math Homeschool ~ Math Comparison

The plethora of curricula available to homeschoolers today is dizzying. While wading through the options and recommendations, I eventually made charts of my top three to four choices for history, math, grammar, writing, and spelling to narrow them down. I … Continue reading

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2014 Curriculum

The South African school year follows the calendar year, starting in January and finishing by December. We chose this schedule for our homeschool, which allows more time off during our summer season (your winter—seasons are opposite in the southern hemisphere), … Continue reading

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