Today’s review features a detailed walk-through of the Music Appreciation: Book 2 for the Middle Grades course and components. This middle school elective, offered by Zeezok Publishing, introduces your older children to the life, creative muses, and various talents of nine composers. This course was created for children in 5th through 8th grade. The itemsContinue reading “**UPDATED** Zeezok Publishing Music Appreciation Course (5th – 8th grade)”
This week’s review features our thoughts on the Structure and Style® for Students Year 1 Level B (grades 6-8) comprehensive writing course by the Institute for Excellence in Writing®.
This review features a detailed look at the new Mastering Essentials Math Skills Book 2 Middle/High School workbook from Math Essentials.
6th grade!?!?! I cannot believe my oldest is in 6th grade and we are still homeschooling. Since Bear was entering Middle School, I decided to give him more leeway in choosing his options in most subjects. We also sat and discussed his curriculum options in detail before I purchased items. Most of the items purchasedContinue reading “Bear’s 6th Grade Curriculum Choices”
Today’s review features a detailed walk-through of the Music Appreciation: Book 2 for the Middle Grades course and components. This middle school elective, offered by Zeezok Publishing, introduces your older children to the life, creative muses, and various talents of nine composers.
CTCmath is an online, K-12 math curriculum that we are excited about using again. Hear our thoughts on their Family Membership and updated features.
Today I’ll be sharing a review of Jump In, 2nd Edition from Writing with Sharon Watson. This middle school composition course has been updated to enhance your child’s writing skills and reignite their enjoyment of the task. This will be Bear’s writing curriculum for the upcoming school year.
Recently our local library hosted an Instrument Petting Zoo, hosted by a local university. It was so much! Bear and I went together and he enjoyed trying out the various instruments to see which one he was interested in. I want him to play brass because his mother was a phenomenal baritone player but myContinue reading “Instrument Petting Zoo (October Wrap-up)”
As this month comes to a close, I had to share a few things that have been going on for quite some time now. All the details for what we’ve have been up to during recent events, how we have been adjusting since the passing of our beloved father, and what curriculum we are using canContinue reading “September 2017 Homeschool Wrap-Up”