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5 Books Every 6th Grader Should Read

Posted on 22.Nov.21 in Book Recommendations

It can be a struggle at times to find books for 6th graders. For this student  to thrive, there has to be a balance between high-quality and engaging material. This short list of books is a perfect addition to your 6th grade homeschool curriculum. These books are fun, entertaining, and full of great information. Your […]

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What to Look for in a Christian Homeschool Curriculum

Posted on 22.Nov.21 in Faith-based

Faith is important to your family, so you’re looking for a homeschool curriculum to match. With the best Christian homeschool curriculum, your everyday school activities will help cultivate your children’s beliefs and values. As you pick out an online Christian homeschool curriculum, keep the following three characteristics in mind. 1. Includes Bible as a subject […]

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Must-Read Books for Your 11th Grade Homeschool Curriculum

Posted on 22.Nov.21 in Book Recommendations

Eleventh grade is a year when students begin thinking seriously about their post-high school goals and plans, in addition to their regular studies. Students may take college entrance exams, visit universities, and polish their writing skills for upcoming essay applications. Meanwhile, their 11th-grade coursework may focus on American history and literature. Check out these four […]

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Broadening the required reading list for 9th grade

Posted on 22.Nov.21 in Book Recommendations

As your 9th grade student makes the transition to high school curriculum, they may hear “required reading list” and head the other way.  After all, many freshman reading lists include classic literature only.  While those well-respected titles are certainly appreciated, little time is left for relevant reading choices of today.  1. Facing real issues Your […]

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Four genres to focus on in fifth grade

Posted on 22.Nov.21 in Book Recommendations

Fifth grade is usually the final year of elementary school in many households and reading material often reflects that growth.  By now, your fifth grader has likely traded in picture books for chapter books. But that doesn’t mean their reading material has to be boring or over their head. Here are four reading genres that […]

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Top Book Choices for the 4th Grade

Posted on 19.Nov.21 in Book Recommendations

By fourth grade, your student may have become quite the reader. At this age, homeschoolers often gain new independence and develop the ability to tackle challenging assignments or involved projects. As you embark on this exciting school year, check out these four books to complement your 4th grade homeschool curriculum. 1. Chapter Book: Henry and […]

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Books for the 8th-grade Homeschool Year

Posted on 19.Nov.21 in Book Recommendations

By eighth grade, your students are almost in high school. They may become more independent with their schooling, and they can also learn to think more critically about what they read and write. Here are four books to help support the goals you have for your 8th grade homeschool curriculum. 1. Modern History: World War […]

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Making the best of homeschooling the middle school years

Posted on 18.Nov.21 in Homeschool Tips

Middle school can be troublesome — and not just for kids.  With tween friendship dilemmas, more independent learning, and the distraction of social media, even homeschool classrooms can get downright stressful for parents and kids alike.  All of these situations and changes can lead to fluctuating “middle-schooler moods.” But take heart in your efforts to […]

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Must-Have Books for a Classical Christian History Program

Posted on 18.Nov.21 in Faith-based

Great books bring historical events to life while portraying the beauty, goodness, and truth that have been present throughout the twists and turns of history. Parents who teach historical events through the lens of a Biblical worldview seek books that display God’s goodness and mercy throughout time, despite the actions of humankind. The following four […]

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