Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Here is the final curriculum list for all my boys...

Andrew’s 12th gr. Curriculum List:
Intermediate Logic by Canon Press 1/2 credit
Algebra II: by Steven Demme 1 credit
Physics: by Apologia 1 credit
Business: Radio Theater Class 1/2 credit
Ethics Class at MCA 1 credit
European Literature: Switched-On Schoolhouse 1 credit
Health: Total Health High School 1/2 credit
Senior Project 1/2 credit
Computer Class w/Dad 1 credit
Community Service: Boys and Girls Club (30hr.) 1/4 credit
Foreign Language: Spanish II 1 credit
Speech and Debate-NCFCA league &Teaching Speech class 1 credit

Charles’10th gr. Curriculum List
Algebra 1:
Math-U-See 1 credit
Language Arts: Switched-On Schoolhouse 1 credit
Biology: Apologia 1 credit
US History- Truth quest guide:Age of Revolution III 1 credit
Bible: Switched-On Schoolhouse 1 credit
Spanish 1: Switched-On Schoolhouse 1 credit
Health: Total Health High School 1/2 credit
Computer class-w/Dad 1 credit
Community service: 20 hrs. 1/4 credit
PE-basketball Soccer (fall) Basketball (winter)& ultimate Frisbee (spring)- 1/4 cr.

Isaiah’s 7th gr. Curriculum List:
Math-Math-U-See Zeta
Grammar-Easy Grammar Plus
Spelling-Sequential Spelling
Drawing Basics w/Thomas Kincaid Alpha Omega Publishing
Beyond Five in a Row unit studies (for science, history, geography, writing)
PE-basketball Soccer (fall) Basketball (winter)& ultimate Frisbee (spring)
Bible-Switched on Schoolhouse

Christian’s 3rd gr. Curriculum List:
Math-Modern curriculum Press
Spelling-Sequential Spelling
Cursive writing-handwriting without tears
Reading-Pathway Readers 3rd grade
Grammar-Language 3 ABeka
Five in a Row unit studies (for science, history, geography, writing)
Typing-Mavis Beacon teaches typing
Bible

Here's what I have left to buy:
Spanish II-SOS
Truth quest guide
Total Health High School
Intermediate Logic by Canon Press
Language 3 ABeka
Modern curriculum Press
Sequential Spelling for I&C
Algebra II-Math U See
Apologia science texts (borrow)
Handwriting without tears
pre-school books

5 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great year! I didn't know you were moving. . . that must be so much fun to do while homeschooling! Are you staying local or moving to a different state? Texas perhaps :-)

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  2. Wow! It looks fantastic!

    Isn't it something, teaching high school & elementary school?? I love it!!

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  3. One of the great things about having older learners is that they are able to help the younger learners. Our daughter is going to be helping her younger brothers with algebra this year (thankfully its one of my good subjects,too, lol) and I'm excited about her being able to do that.

    Have a blessed weekend!
    Sallie
    http://www.angelfire.com/sc/anderklan/seasidetales/index.blog/1336922/the-first-day-of-school-key-to-success/

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  4. Whew, looks like a busy year! thanks for sharing. :)

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  5. I enjoyed reading thru your choices especially your high school curriculum. Is it too early to be thinking about that? My two are in 1st and 2nd grade! Yikes!

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