The first year of homeschool "kindergarten" is so exciting. It's finally time to build a foundation on all subjects - reading, writing, math, science, and art.
The Complete Curriculum K to 5 set includes everything you need to homeschool children from kindergarten to 5th grade (or, approx. ages 6 to 10). The package includes 48 digital textbooks that you can download as PDF files. If you prefer having a hard copy of worksheets or chapters to read, you can choose the pages you want to print. Or, if you are a tech-savvy homeschool family, upload the textbook PDFs to an annotation app on any device and do all your work on your tablet or computer. This is a great fit for homeschoolers with multiple kids in the elementary grades. "Great deal! My kids are really loving these texts. I'm able to teach all three of my kids with these texts and know that we're good for the next couple of years at least." -
Designed by a team of accomplished educators with years of classroom experience, LIFEPAC is based on the principle of mastery learning. Students master content in each unit worktext before progressing to the next. Ten LIFEPAC worktexts provide one full year of learning content per grade level; individual worktexts can also be used as supplemental material.
In addition, you can mix and match subjects or grade level worktexts to personalize your student's homeschool curriculum content. Individual worktexts take approximately 3 to 4 weeks to complete.
This science bundle includes the very popular The Human Body Detectives stories and activities to go with the stories. The lesson plans were developed by a group of educators with your child's best interest in mind. The lesson plans will help your student retain the concepts covered in each story - digestion, immune system, circulatory system, skeletal system, nervous system, the brain, and nutrition. The curriculum also includes a review assessment to assure retention of the concepts. The Super Science Curriculum units are good for an adventurous, entertaining and engaging six months! "What a wonderful resource! It's fun, engaging and informational." -Parent on Educents
CodaKid's Modding with Minecraft Fundamentals is a fun and engaging online Java programming course designed for ages 7 to 15. In this self-paced course, students will learn how to modify or “mod” the source code of Minecraft while mastering coding concepts such as Conditionals, Methods, Loops, Variables, Arrays, and more. "Our family purchased this as my son loves Minecraft and we think coding is a very important skill. Kids learn Java coding - they learn REAL coding. Mods can be shared with friends (and uncles!). What does my son like? EVERYTHING!" -Liz P, Homeschooler
Introduce 6 of the world's most famous artists through activities, multimedia interaction, games and puzzles. Through this art program, your child will appreciate art, recognize the work of top artists, recreate his/her own masterpieces and enjoy the fun lessons. The kit covers Van Gogh, Da Vinci, Monet, Michelangelo, Picasso and Warhol, and includes more than 10 hours of art instruction. This kit can be used for instruction by parents,
If your kids aren’t quite “getting it” when it comes to the multiplication tables, use this supplemental multiplication resource. Times Tales is a very popular series of videos and games that use stories to help kids memorize their
One homeschool mother of three says Times Tales taught the times tables to her kids in an hour. “I think it’s important to point out that the purpose of Times Tales is to teach memorization. Children still need to understand the concept of multiplication — the fact that 7×4=28 means 7 groups of 4 equals 28 needs to be understood. I actually taught my kiddos this using Lego bricks. They loved it and it worked! It was the perfect combination along with the Times Tales video. This is one product worth buying!.” -Celena, The Traveling Sisterhood
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