It is that time of the year again. Where we homeschool Mommas get excited about buying the new and shiny homeschool curriculum for our homeschoolers.
This year I will be homeschooling a 2nd, 4th, 5th and 10th grader. My highschooler is not included in this blog post and will get a seperate blog post for her curriculum picks for the 2021-2022 homeschool year.
I am simplifying our homeschool this year, I am only focusing on the areas my children need to dominate.
I will be using living books, hands on experiences, field trips, game schooling, online schooling, documentaries and educational videos for the rest of our subjects like, Bible, History, Science, Music, Gym, Health, Geography, Foreign Language and Art.
The areas I feel my homeschoolers need to dominate in are: Reading, Spelling, Math,Writing, Grammar. These will be our core 5 that we will do 4 times a week.
We will get the other subjects in at least 3 times a week and even utilizing our weekends. They won’t even know their learning because it will be fun learning, and play. We will do hands on activities and educational documentaries, and field trips.
Let’s cut out all the fluff and jump right into it.
My 2021-2022 Homeschool Curriculum Picks For My 2nd, 4th and 5th Graders
Math: IXL Learning is online. All of my homeschoolers will do math online this school year. I will buy math books for them to practice what they learn. They all need to take a diagnostic test so they can be placed where there are any learning gaps. They have math books I can buy that goes along with IXL Learning so I will be purchasing those books after they take their placement test.
Reading: 180 Days of Reading for my 2nd, 4th and 5th graders. A beautiful sister in Christ blessed my homeschoolers with these books.
She have an organization called Eve’s Bloom and she also creates learning binder for preschoolers-2nd grade homeschoolers, and African American History over at Destiny Creators.
Spelling: Spelling You See Jack and Jill level B for my 2nd and 4th grader.
Spelling You See goes by level and not grades. My 4th grader just started reading fluently last year. I only focused on reading for her up until this school year. Now she is a great reader but needs to work on her spelling. That is why I want to start her at level B so she can become a great speller.
American Spirit level E for my 5th grader.
Writing: Scholastic Writing grade 1 and grade 2 for my 2nd grader.
Scholastic Writing grade 2 and grade 3
for my 4th grader.
Writing Fabulous Sentences and Paragraphs by Evan Moor for my 5th grader.
Handwriting: Cursive Letter Tracing 100 pratice pages for my 2nd grader. He also will be getting manuscript handwriting pratice with Spelling You See.
Daily Handwriting Pratice, Contemporary Cursive for my 4th and 5th grader. They also will be getting manuscript handwriting pratice with Spelling You See.
Grammar: Scholastic Grammar grade 2 and Daily Language Review Grade 2 Evan Moor
Daily Language Review grade 4 and Scholastic Grammar grade 4
Daily Language Review grade 5 and Scholastic Grammar grade 5
I signed up for a membership with IXL for all of my homeschoolers. They will be learning Social Studies, Science and Spanish from IXL, as well as learning their Art, Literature, and Music from What your 2nd, 4th and 5th graders Needs To know books for their grade level.
Bible: The King James Bible and Story for Children Bible by Max Lucado, Karen Davis Hill, Randy Frazee.
Gym: For physical activities, all of my homeschoolers will be taking swimming lessons, outdoor play, walking, tramopline jumping, and bike riding.
That wraps up My 2021-2022 Homeschool Curriculum Picks For My 2nd, 4th and 5th Grader.
I would love to hear your homeschool curriculum picks for the 2021-2022 school year. Leave it in the comment section.
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