Time4Learning, Apologia Science, Rosetta Stone Spanish, The Mystery of History, Memoria Press Latin and certain ABEKA subjects.
On the other hand, there are a few things on our list to "try" next year. I have heard so much about the merits of Time4Writing, and with all the struggles we had churning out a few research papers this year, I know it's time for a change. I have also been thinking about trying the "One Year Adventure Novel." I have one daughter who loves to write fiction stories and I think this would be right up her alley.
I have also been thinking about changing the handwriting curriculum that we have been using. I still haven't found one that I am particularly pleased with - comment if you have one!!
I would also like to find a better spelling curriculum or method. I have four different spelling levels I need to teach... I would love to find something that was sort of "automated." Not requiring a whole lot of spoon feeding from me. I am thinking of using SpellingCity - but I am still looking at options.
I am not finished perusing all of the wonderful home school curriculum catalogs and magazines... so I am sure I will find other items that look interesting. If you have a particular favorite homeschool or preK curriculum... please share - let us know where to find it as well!
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