The YOUCAT for Kids is a Catholic catechism designed for children ages 9 – 13 to read with parents or teachers.
Ginny Kochis of notsoformulaic.com has developed Made for Greatness: A Growth Mindset Journal for Courageous Catholic Youth to help Catholic children and teens ages nine and up to develop a virtuous life and live for God.
Our friends at Education.com are sharing a free summer-themed division worksheet with Today’s Catholic Homeschooling readers. Make math a part of your summer fun with this themed worksheet. Slide down to Education.com for more math games, worksheets, and resources. Download Worksheet: Division Worksheet PDF Download Worksheet with Answers: Division Worksheet with Answers PDF
The Other Side of Freedom by Cynthia T. Toney In case you’re not familiar with Cynthia T. Toney, this very talented writer is the author of the award-winning Bird Face series of books – 8 Notes to a Nobody, 10 Steps to Girlfriend Status, 6 Dates to Disaster, and 3 Things to Forget. I have read them all and thoroughly… Read more →
This resource encourages children to draw near to Jesus through love and devotion to His Mother, Mary. Each lesson covers one of the 20 Mysteries of the Rosary with thought-provoking stories, hands-on activities, age-appropriate meditations and discussion-starters, and inspiring, full-color illustrations that present the life of Christ and His Mother through the eyes of a child. At the end of… Read more →
In the Realm of Mist and Mercy by Susan A. Howard is an engaging allegory about the Catholic life for middle-grade or older readers. Waljan is the hero of this tale, an orphan boy found in the woods by Haden as an infant after his parents had given him up in order to follow Asmodeus in the “dark and brooding… Read more →
ArtAchieve Art Lessons for Kids Make it Easy for Anyone to Teach Drawing and Painting ArtAchieve art lessons for kids: Are inspired by art from around the world Include links to related topics in social studies, science, and language arts Enable people who have no art background to teach exciting art classes ArtAchieve drawing lessons for kids comply with the… Read more →
The first volume in CHC’s new art series for 5th–8th grades! “Late have I loved You, O Beauty ever ancient, ever new!” —St. Augustine There are many art programs available for homeschoolers, but none combines art history, art appreciation, art theory, and hands-on art activities like this one! Ever Ancient, Ever New, Level 1 tells the “story of art”… Read more →
Music Appreciation for the Elementary Grades: Book 1 will introduce children to seven different composers, dating from 1685 to 1828 (Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Paganini and Schubert). Each composer’s childhood and adult life are vividly described in individual biographies. Every important incident is mentioned and every detail of the stories is true. Each book contains written music and delightful… Read more →
Studying Latin provides a foundation for learning other languages as well as helping build English vocabulary. It also can help students develop a better understanding of grammar. Classical Academic Press offers a “Latin for Children” program for grades 4 – 7. To find out more or to order, please visit: https://classicalacademicpress.com/series/latin-for-children/