- Investigate curriculum options, trying to picture what approach would work best for your circumstances. consider student’s learning style and your teaching style, as well as the makeup of your family and financial situation.
- See a sampling of options here: Computer Based, Correspondence, Traditional, Unit Studies, Worktexts
- Helpful resources include Mary Pride’s Big Book of Home Learning, Vol. I – IV and Cathy Duffy’s Christian Home Educators’ Curriculum Manuals- Elementary grades and Junior/Senior High (may be available at your local library).
- Christian and secular home-education material suppliers are numerous.
- Some “satellite” programs are available, where a family can home school through a Christian School and some materials and/or testing services may be provided. Contact your local support group for more information.
- Libraries often have public school textbooks and valuable supplemental materials.
- Take advantage of local used book sales and/or opportunities to rent or borrow books.
- Joining forces with one or more families can help fill in the gaps, strengthen weak areas, or stimulate ideas (co-oping).
Computer Based Correspondence Traditional Unit Studies Worktexts
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