Monday, September 4, 2017

ElCloud Homeschool Curriculum 2017-2018

We started school on August 21, enjoying the solar eclipse as part of our first day's lessons. My husband took my middle students (3rd grade, 6th grade, and 8th grade) to see it in totality, but my 11th grader, 1st grader and preschooler stayed with me. 

We have two full weeks of school under our belt, and I am just now getting around to sharing our curriculum for the year.


4 yo B - Preschool
simple handwriting workbooks
simple preschool workbooks
puzzles, play dough, and playing trains

7 yo V - 1st grade
Horizons 1 math workbooks
Lots of time reading aloud to Mom
A Reason for Handwriting workbook
Christian Liberty Nature Reader K
Five In A Row (unit studies that cover literature, social studies, art, science, applied math)

9 yo G - 3rd grade

Horizons 3 math workbook
A Reason For Handwriting Transition book
Spelling Power Level B
Apologia Exploring Creation with Astronomy by Jeanne Fulbright
Mystery of History volume 4 with Mom
Elementary Geography and Cultures by Master Books with Mom

11 yo L - 6th grade
Saxon 76 math
A Reason for Handwriting D
finishing Easy Grammar 5
Spelling Power Level I
Twice Weekly Writing Prompts
Literature as assigned by Mom
Christian Kids Explore Chemistry
Mystery of History volume 4 with Mom
Elementary Geography and Cultures by Master Books with Mom

13 yo M - 8th grade
Teaching Textbooks Algebra 1
All American History 1
finishing Apologia General Science
Easy Grammar Plus
Spelling Power Level I
Chronicles of Narnia for literature
Jump In: A Workbook for Reluctant Writers

16 yo J - 11th grade
Keyboarding and Financial Peace for High School
Teaching Textbooks Geometry
American History by Stobaugh
Music Theory
finishing Apologia Biology, moving onto Apologia Chemistry
English 3 TLP and Progeny Press guides

Our college freshman is living at home this year, but she's enrolled at the community college and working at our community library. Our tag-along for the school year is my 9 month old grandson, who comes to our home for daycare most weekdays. It's fun having him here, but I've had to remember how to juggle a baby and homeschooling again.

How is your homeschool year going so far?

April E.

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