Saturday, August 9, 2014
Curriculum for 2014-2015
This week has just plowed me down and under! It's been good stuff, but it's still ... a lot.
So I wanted to take part in the 6th Annual "Not" Back-To-School Blog Hop, with the theme this week of "Curriculum Week". I even found the time to drag all the books out and take a picture of them. I even started this post a couple times, but then would be interrupted by a call from my Mom, or by an animal emergency on my homestead.
But now I have a bit of time, so better late then never.
For the 3rd Grader:
For Language Arts we will continue with Explode the Code and Language Lessons for Little Ones, as well as just reading lots of books from the library.
For Math she is doing both Dreambox Math and Math U See (Beta level).
For Science we are doing REAL Science Odyssey: Chemistry
For the 6th Grader:
In Language Arts he is doing Language Lessons for the Very Young, Word Roots, Easy Grammar Plus, and The Reader's Odyssey is the method we are using to go through recommended reading lists for literature.
For Math he is using Math U See (Delta Level)
For Science he is also doing Chemistry, but for him it's Real Science 4 Kids
For the Combined 3rd and 6th Grades:
They are both using Story of the World for World History (although they are off from each other by about 25 chapters).
For other History we are also all reading aloud The History of US and The Story of Science.
For foreign language we are finishing up Puertas Abiertas and then we will have to find another program since this one still hasn't come out with a Level 2.
We are drawing using Mark Kistler's Imagination Station.
And for writing we are using Don't Forget to Write as well as just writing lots of essays, reports, lab reports, and book summaries, etc.
Add in music lessons, family PE class, field trips, and horse riding lessons and we are pretty much good to go!