We almost didn't homeschool our daughter. The reason? We doubted our ability to teach her to read. Math? No problem. History? Fine. But teach her to read? That was our stumbling block, and we're not alone. Even public schools are struggling with it-- sixty five percent of eight graders aren't proficient readers (2017, United States Department of Education report). We didn't want to be responsible for making our child a part of that horrible statistic. We wanted her to succeed, and I'm sure you feel the same way about your children.
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There's a lot out there for homeschoolers now; from free online printables to AP classes. Sometimes it can be overwhelming. That's why we've created a Facebook group to share ideas and links to what's out there. We'd love to have you join in. Click the button below for a direct link.
Calvert-- we started with this program and loved it for its ease and thoroughness. Everything is included; lesson plans, supplies, teacher support. www.calverteducation.com
Veritas press--for the classical education method. You can buy complete grade kits, or a' la' carte. https://veritaspress.com
Beautiful Feet Books--learning history through literature. www.bfbooks.com
Used curriculum can be found at: www.homeschoolclassifieds.com
Clep exams--Receiving college credits through examinations. https://clep.collegeboard.org
Houghton College--When enrolled in Houghton Academy, your child may take college level classes and receive college credtis. www.houghtonacademy.org
Cedarvalle-- Your child, through CollegeNow, can earn college credits through Cedarville.
Classical Conversations--For those pursuing Classical Education. https://members.classicalconversations.com
Setbooksfree--Yes. I have to list my group here. https://www.facebook.com/groups/273493106756877/?source_id=158062004882763
HSLDA- The legal resource for Homeschoolers. https://hslda.org/content/