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June 8th, 2010, 04:38 PM
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i havent found any good worksheets online so i want to order some curriculm
it has to be a christian curriculm
where do you buy it
whats a good price
do you need everything they list

tia!
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June 8th, 2010, 04:41 PM
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Apologia Science
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June 8th, 2010, 05:22 PM
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Here is a site that has some stuff that you can do for K-3 social studies, it is not a Christian curriculum, but it is things that you can do on your own.
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June 8th, 2010, 07:43 PM
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I love Apologia. I've used Abeka for social studies. It was good, but IMO, needs to be supplemented with your own ideas. If you want to do "history" rather than "social studies", I'd recommend Mystery of History. It's what we'll be starting in August. You can use it over and over through high school (meant to be used in 4 year cycles). The book gives younger, middle, and older assignments so you can work with all siblings at the same time, too. Story of the World is written by someone who claims to be a Christian, but says she wrote it from a secular view point. You'll find references to Biblical characters, but it's mostly secular. It's meant for elementary ages. I was torn between SOTW and MOH until I found out SOTW is secular. I wanted something that would weave Biblical history and secular history together.

I haven't used these, but I know they're very popular. A lot of people like them:

My Father's World - Homeschool and Christian School Curriculum
Christian Curriculum, Music, Distance Learning, & Books | BJU Press
Sonlight: Christian Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschool Program, Resources, Education, Homeschooling Materials & Books

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