I’ve gotten a lot of questions asking about our curriculum, and what we use. Here’s a sample of some of the things we use for our curriculum.

Teeny Tiny Tot School:

Pretty much whatever she wants to do…click here to see a typical day in Teeny Tiny Tot School!

 

 

 

Preschool:

Letter Of The Week by me
Totally Tot Tray Ideas from 1+1+1
Let’s Sticker & Paste!
My Book of Easy Mazes
Tangrams
Kumon ABCs Uppercase
Melissa and Doug Games

Kindergarten
:
Art: Draw Write Now Series, How to Teach Art to Children, I Can Do All Things
Bible: Abeka Bible Series
Fun: Lapbooks
Math: Math U See
Phonics, Language, Reading, Math: Abeka K5

2nd Grade
:
Art: Draw Write Now Series, How to Teach Art to Children, I Can Do All Things
Bible: Abeka Bible Series
Math: Math U See
Phonics, Language, Reading, Math, Spelling: Abeka 2
History: Abeka 2 History
Science: Abeka 2, Exploring Creation With Astronomy

Some other tools we use in our homeschool:

For more information on why I chose my curriculum, you can read here. Just scroll down the How to get started homeschooling section.

16 Comments

  1. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who has this on their brain right now. I've been trying to figure out for the fall what I'm going to do with my kids and I had MFW up in the air for a bit too wondering about the phonics and just trying to figure out what to do.. so thank-you, this answers some of my questions!

  2. I have just recently started really paying attention to your blog. I found it on Facebook a while back, and am planning to homeschool my kids so now I am paying attention. I tried to follow the Letter of the Week plan and got sick just as we were getting started and it fell through. My daughter will be 5 in July and I have decided to order the Landmark Curriculum for her. I know I could gather all the information to get started with the books I already have, but would have to come up with my own lesson plans and with a 4, 3 and nearly 1 year old I would just be pulling my hair out. I feel like for this first year I need the structure of a full curriculum. I will continue to glean from your wisdom. Thank you!

    Jennifer Horn
  3. I know this is an old blog post but I trust your opinion, so I was searching around to find what you did with your older one back in the day, as they say ๐Ÿ˜‰ I have found that you used MFW adventures did you by chance use K? I used ECC this year but found I was adding in alot of stuff, even your EE.
    I have had MFW K up in the air for awhile so just want to know if you have an opinion about it, or just MFW in general. We are on a tight budget, as I imagine a lot of people are, so I have to be careful about what I pick, So I can reuse it for younger siblings. I feel K should be a FUN year but I also know this is the year when she will emerge as a reader. And I really want her to enjoy it like her older siblings do. PS. this will be my first year teaching K, so I am a little stressed out! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    My thoughts: could I get away with just ordering AAR and MUS Primer, this is about the bulk of my budget, and throw in some fun science books and an ant farm and call it K? The older ones will be doing your RT and WGA so she can join in for art and GEO. What else does a K need?
    Thanks~ Brandy (please email me, I don’t know if I can find this post again to get your reply?!)

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