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Learning styles and teaching methods come to fruition when curriculum is chosen. Based on these, your curriculum may look very different from the homeschooling family on either side of you. Don’t worry if it does! The following are in no way all-encompassing but should give you a good head start.

Where to Start

Cathy Duffy Reviews – Organized by subject, Duffy offers a synopsis of most curriculum and links to purchase from varied sources. Her top 102 picks are marked with an apple. www.cathyduffyreviews.com

Rainbow Resource Center – A curriculum store, Rainbow allows you to search by subject or grade. Pro tip – request the catalogue. www.rainbowresource.com


Abeka, My Father’s World, Christian Liberty Press, Veritas Press, Sonlight, The Good and The Beautiful, Alpha Omega, BJU Press

Stand-Alone Math

Horizons, Math-U-See, Life of Fred, Saxon, Math Mammoth, RightStart, Singapore, Teaching Textbooks, Harold Jacobs Geometry and Algebra, Strayer-Upton, Times Tales, Apologia

Stand-Alone Grammar, Composition, Spelling

Tapestry of Grace, Writing Strands, Language Lessons, Easy Grammar/Easy Writing, Jensen’s, Essentials in Writing, Saxon, Shurley English, Michael Clay Thompson, All About Spelling/Reading, Foundations (Logic of English), ‘Sing, Spell, Read, and Write’, Explode the Code, Teach a Child to Read, TRISMs

Stand-Alone Science

Apologia, Behold and See, Elemental Science, God’s Design Science, McRuffy, Rainbow Science, Science in History, Supercharged Science, homesciencetools.com for supplies

Stand-Alone History

BiblioPlan, Classical Historian, Mystery of History, The Story of the World, Tapestry of Grace, TRISMs, Guerber, TruthQuest, Trail Guide to Learning, All American History

Online Homeschooling

Alpha Omega, Abeka, Acellus, Calvert, Keystone, Liberty