Tour a Country: Learning about Other Lands and Peoples

Pack your bags and don’t forget to bring your camera! Tour a Country is a hands-on student course that provides an engaging introduction to world cultures and geography. The suggested schedule is to study one country per month, two days per week. Additional days per week can be set aside for enrichment activities included in …

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Onions in My Boots: Gardening for Young Sprouts

On a tight budget? Introduce your children to the wonder of growing the family groceries, and preparing simple recipes with the fruit of their labors. Whether planting in the free (and sometimes unusual) containers suggested in Onions in My Boots, or planting in the ground, your investment will be negligible, but the rewards priceless. If …

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Art With A Purpose: Art Pac 1

The uplifting Christian content, affordable price, and 36 well-planned lessons make these Artpacs the all-time favorite art course for grades 1st-8th. The program begins with simple coloring skills, cutting and pasting, elementary perspective drawing, and advances to grid drawing pictures, painting, and illustrating little story books; from freehand drawing, and three-dimensional shading to calligraphy and …

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Catholic Heritage Curricula

Catholic Heritage Curricula’s exclusive materials and lesson plans fit together to provide a solid, complete, family-friendly PreK–12 Catholic education. It is CHC’s belief that, when solid academics are offered in a gentle, flexible manner, the vast majority of children will blossom spiritually, emotionally, and academically. CHC’s educational approach lays a joyful foundation, resulting in children …

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Appreciating that God Made Our Children Different From Us

One of the difficult things about homeschooling, or parenting in general, is accepting that our children are different from us, sometimes radically so. The educational plan that we may have dreamed of when we first started homeschooling, or the life dreams that we may have held for our children, may simply be a bad fit …

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