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Homeschooling Curriculum Choices

Posted on Jul 26 by

We’re back from the mother of all field trips (a month in Italy) and ready or not…here comes August and school. I’ve spent the last week evaluating where my kids are and which curriculum will work best for them. Let’s be real. It can be daunting. Overwhelming. Make you want to suck your thumb in a corner. And I don’t attend curriculum fairs for this very reason. It’s simply too much. So how do I reach a decision that I pray will work for each child this year? I answer the following questions: Picking #homeschool #curriculum intimidating? @Cara_Putman shares tips. Click To Tweet Where is this child excelling? For one child it may be math, for another it may be handwriting. I need to honestly assess where the child is. If they are doing well, then I will stay the course with the curriculum that is working. For example, I adore history and minored in it in college. It is easy and a joy for me, so the kids and I are taking the slow road through American history as a...

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