2010-2011 Curriculum

For our 6th and 7th graders:


TruthQuest Ancient Egypt/Ancient Greece and begin Ancient Rome


Apologia General Science – C

Apologia Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy & Physiology – R


Jacob’s Algebra (Ask Dr. Callahan Course) – C

Math 7 – Teaching Textbooks – R

assorted flash cards:)

Math-U-See online drills – free

Language Arts

Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons – IEW

Spelling Wisdom Book 2 – Simply Charlotte Mason

Great Editing Adventure Series – Volume 1


library baskets full of ancient history and other assorted fiction and non-fiction


A Child’s Geography – Volume I – Explore His Earth – Ann Voskamp

A Child’s Geography – Volume II – Explore the Holy Land

Trail Guide to World Geography – Geography Matters

Geo Cards

The Global Puzzle

Foreign Language

Big Book of Lively Latin Volume 1 – Lively Latin – C

Hebrew in 10 Minutes a Day – R


Tricky, Sticky Bible Riddles – Carson-Dellosa Publishing

Discover 4 Yourself: Lord, Teach Me to Pray, for Kids – scrapped

Advent – Tabitha’s Travels

52 Week Bible Reading Plan (free pdf)

Physical Education

Tae Kwon Do

Ballet Lessons – R

Drama – R



Dance Mat Typing (free online resource) – BBC

Keybr.com (free online resource)

Critical Thinking

The Fallacy Detective – Nathaniel Bluedorn & Hans Bluedorn – C

Fine Arts

Drawing Basics with Thomas Kinkade – Alpha Omega Publications

Complete-A-Sketch Perspective – Insight Technical Education

Play Flute Today! – Hal Leonard – R

Computer Programming

Visual C#: Absolute Beginner Series (free online resource) – C


One thought on “2010-2011 Curriculum

  1. Cynthia says:

    NICE lineup. We have several things in common this year 🙂

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