Hi friends! I’m back with another What’s in the Workbox Wednesday post. Except that it’s Tuesday…so…whatever. I’m sharing it anyway! Today I’m showing you my 7th grader’s workboxes so you can see what he does each day.
So let’s check out Turbo’s day, watch my What’s in the Workbox 7th Grade video here!
7th Grade Curriculum:
- Art: World’s Greatest Artists 2
- Bible: Word of Life Challenger Quiet Time devotion
- English/Grammar: IEW Fix It Grammar
- History: Abeka History of the World
- Literature: Book Shark Literature (From our options program)
- Math: Math U See Algebra 1 (yikes!)
- Music: Choir (At our options program)
- P.E.: Swim Team, Ice Hockey, PE at Options
- Robotics: At options
- Science: The Rainbow Science (Year 1) and maybe a scientist unit if we can fit it in!
- Spelling: Spelling You See E
- Typing: Typing Web
- Writing: Institute for Excellence in Writing Group A Continuation
Options: We participate in a once a week options program through our local school district. They offer a variety of classes that help supplement our homeschooling. It also provides the kids with a fun day where they get to see their friends and participate in a classroom environment. For more information you’ll need to contact your local school district to see if they offer an options program for homeschoolers.
Here is a list of his classes this year:
- Game Theory
Links mentioned in the video:
- Frixion Erasable Pens
- Expandable Acrylic Drawer Organizer
- My Literature Lapbooks
- My Science & Inventor Lapbooks
- Famous Artists Lapbook & Unit Study
- Famous Composers Lapbook & Unit Study
And that’s it for our 7th grade curriculum line up this year! We’re trying some new curriculum this year, so that’s always exciting, and so far we love everything!
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How nice that your local school district is friendly to homeschoolers!
What ages is rainbow science typically for?
They have different levels and the ages are listed on their website. This one is for ages 12-14.
Hi Erica – Now that the school year is over, how did you end up liking the Rainbow Science? Will you be using it again this upcoming school year? Thanks! Robin
I have a review coming soon, but we did like it and plan to continue using it next year 🙂