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Primary Language Lessons~Grammar Comparison

When I was researching homeschool curricula, I made charts to compare my top three or four choices for history, math, writing, spelling, and grammar. Lately I’ve been working on sharing my comparison of grammar curricula, starting with ABeka language arts … Continue reading

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Rod and Staff Building Christian English~Grammar Comparison

When I was researching homeschool curricula, I made charts to compare my top three or four choices for history, math, writing, spelling, and grammar. Last week I began sharing my comparison of grammar curricula, starting with ABeka language arts last … Continue reading

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ABeka Language~Grammar 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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Why I Chose My Father’s World (vs. Biblioplan or Tapestry of Grace)

Making a decision about which history curriculum to use for our homeschool was an incredibly difficult decision. Even within my philosophy of education, I found a plethora of great options. My decision was made harder by the cost of international … Continue reading

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Plethora of History Options~History Comparison

When I was researching homeschool curricula, I made charts to compare my top three or four choices for history, math, writing, spelling, and grammar. The last few weeks I have been sharing my comparison of history curricula, starting with the … Continue reading

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My Father’s World~History Comparison

When I was researching homeschool curricula, I made charts to compare my top three or four choices for history, math, writing, spelling, and grammar. The last few weeks I have been sharing my comparison of history curricula, starting with the … Continue reading

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BiblioPlan~History Comparison

When I was researching homeschool curricula, I made charts to compare my top three or four choices for history, math, writing, spelling, and grammar. Last week I began with sharing my history curricula comparison, starting with the Tapestry of Grace curriculum. … Continue reading

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Tapestry of Grace~History Comparison

When I was researching homeschool curricula, I made charts to compare my top three or four choices for history, math, writing, spelling, and grammar. I thought I would begin with sharing my history curricula comparison, since it was more interesting. My … Continue reading

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My Curricula Comparisons

The plethora of curricula available to homeschoolers today is dizzying. As I was studying about different educational philosophies, Seth and I found ourselves most in agreement with the classical model, with Charlotte Mason ideas in second place. I had heard … Continue reading

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Our Family’s Philosophy of Education

Early on in my homeschooling journey, I sent out e-mails to homeschooling moms I knew asking for advice. One lady advised me to develop my personal philosophy of education and sent me her own as an example. At first I … Continue reading

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