Friday, January 31, 2014

Christian homeschool curricula

A couple of days ago I posted a list of "secular" homeschool curricula.  I said I would make a list of Christian homeschool curricula, so here is that post.  If any of the links don't work, PLEASE let me know.

A-Beka (full)
ACE (full)
Alpha-Omega Publications (full - with 5 different choices of curricula - Monarch, Swithed-On-Schoolhouse, LIFEPAC, Horizons, the Weaver Curriculum)
Apologia (mainly science with some geography and language arts)
Bob Jones University Press (full)
Christian Liberty Press (full)
Christian Light Education (full)
Cornerstone Curriculum (math, science, art, music, Bible)
KONOS (everything but math, I believe)
Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum (full)
Learning Language Arts Through Literature (through Common Sense Press; they have other subjects but grammar/literature is their main one.)
Math-U-See (math)
My Father's World (full)
Notgrass (history and government)
Rod & Staff Publishers (full - the link on this one takes you to the site that Rod & Staff would send you to)
Sonlight (full)
Teaching Textbooks (I'm not 100% sure about this one, but I do know that other Christian curricula recommend it and many of my friends use it.  I watched a sample and am seriously considering switching to this for math)
Timberdoodle (full)
Total Language Plus (language arts grades 3-12)

This is by no means an exhaustive list.  If I had more time, I'm sure I could find many more curricula online.  However, since I don't have unlimited time to spend on this, I will list a few more sites that you can explore on your own.

CLASS - helps you choose curriculum
Christian homeschoolers - provides another list of Christian curricula
Homeschool Curriculum Explorer - has some excellence points on why to choose a Christian curriculum
The Educational Freedom Coalition - has a very comprehensive list of which curricula are aligned with the Common Core and which are not; you have to click on the individual tabs to see the different lists

I hope this is helpful to someone.  Feel free to share this list with others.


Until next time...


JenT

1 comment:

Kathleen w said...

What a great list. I would add Easy Grammar and How Great Thou Art.