This year for school curriculum has been a bit, uumm, difficult. With a lower budget this year, I will become more creative than ever before. So far this is what we are doing for this year. I am selling off some unneeded and unwanted items on craigslist.org to help get money to buy curriculum this year. Which is ok, because those that know me, know I can’t stand clutter and it all has to be organized. And I am getting to the point that if it has to be stored, then I don’t need it. And if we move, the less I have the easier the move.
But I can’t get rid of books, I love books and collect them.
So here goes for this year. (anything in blue is probably a link so you can click on it)
First and foremost is Bible:
- Foundations 1 that we didn’t finish last year. Can be seen at Currclick HERE.
- Book of Life reference books by V. Gilbert Beers
- Book of Life reference books by John Rudin & Co.
- Halley’s Bible Handbook
- Nelson’s Comple Book of Bible Maps and Charts
- And many other references I have collected.
- UPDATE: LIFEPAC Bible for each girl
- Math U See: Dede will be using Zeta and Kiki will be using Epsilon
- Math Mammoth for extra work
- Alpha Omega’s Lifepac I like AOP’s Lifepac series because its easy to follow and can be student directed. Which is important if you don’t have the energy to keep up with everything. It helps out a lot.
- The Surefire Way to Better Spelling by Robert Dixon I got mine from www.paperbackswap.com
- A Grammar Book for You and I …oops,, me! by C. Edward Good Another paperbackswap find
- Mapping the world
- Eco systems if I can find free stuff on line for this
- Dede really wants to study the human skeletal system so I will have to work on that one
- Dede also wants to study Biology so that is a tuffy for me. Sonlight has an awesome Biology program for High School using Apologia and they also offer a really cool microscope with neat features that other microscopes don’t have.