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We started homeschooling in 1991 with Kindergarten for my oldest. That means we are starting our 22 year of homeschooling! This year marks a big change for me, for the first time in many, many years, I only have two students.
Here’s what we’re using this year for Zach, 7th grade, and Abby 9th Grade.
God’s Great Covenant Old Testament 1 – I reviewed this earlier this year, and now he’s finishing up the book.
He’s still finishing up Rod & Staff 6th grade book. And I’m ok with that. 🙂
Understanding Mathematics 6 (Mathematics for Christian Living Series)
Notgrass America the Beautiful, which is awesome
Abeka Observing God’s World
Spelling and Vocabulary
Logic of English – Rhythm of Handwriting – Cursive – Review coming soon!
Real life stuff – walks, bike riding, volleyball games, etc.
He’s been taking online guitar lessons with MacPhail Center for Music – Review coming soon!
Time4Learning online – Review coming soon!
Doorposts Beauty in the Heart – Review coming soon!
The American Republic
Science for High School – Physical Science
A basic English book I already had.
Rosetta Stone Spanish (Latin America) Level 1-5 Set
Real life stuff- walking, bike riding, volleyball games, as well as playing volleyball on the homeschool volleyball team. This will be her 3rd year, practice starts sometime in September, and games last until around March.
She’s going to continue learning in the book she left off in for lessons, John Thompson’s Modern Course for the Piano: Second Grade. Her sister finished this a few years ago, so can help her if she gets stuck. She’s also been picking up the guitar recently, and learning some chords. Abby also sings in a band at church which practices at least once a week, as well as singing in church on a regular basis, and traveling around to other churches, fund raisers, etc. to sing.
Anything that we get for The Homeschool Review Crew, will be added to what we have here, or possibly take the place of something listed here.
It’s going to be a great year!
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