If you are applying the Montessori educational philosophy at home, then you will be very glad to get to know Shiller Learning. Their products help you create the right learning environment for your children to explore and learn at home. While previously families faced expensive tuition to enroll their children in Montessori schools, Shiller Learning helps you do it all from home, affordably.
Shiller Learning offers Language Arts and Math resources that align with the Montessori method. They also offer diagnostic testing to you can set up a personalized learning plan that’s right for your child.Check out their video below demonstrating part of their math program:
Giveaway is now closed. One lucky winner will receive the Shiller Learning Fractions Kit, shipped to their US address! This is a $124.95 value (linked item is for reference. Winner will receive the physical kit in the mail) Here’s more about the fractions kit:
Children of any age will learn fractions with this amazingly effective Montessori-based treatment of this critical subject. No lesson preparation necessary.
If you are looking for help with Spelling in your homeschool, you’re gonna want to check out Spelling Strategies. This series walks your student through a multi-step approach to learning how to spell, while also learning spelling rules. Little rhymes and fun tips help your child remember what they’re learning. Manuscript and cursive practice are integrated into each lesson as well.
One of the things I really appreciate about this program is that these books are spiral bound at the top of the pages, so they lay flat AND work well for both right and left-handed students. So nice for our lefties!
If you are a Christian parent that wants to provide fun and engaging music education for your children, you’ll want to check out Praise Hymn.
These professionally-produced videos feature animated friends that teach your kids about music concepts, instruments of the orchestra, classical music listening, and sing-a-long songs. Episodes take students on an adventure around the world as they learn so much. Here’s a short intro video:
Praise Hymn provides such an enjoyable learning experience for your kids, and it doesn’t run on Mom Power, which I know we all appreciate!
Giveaway is now closed One lucky winner will receive Praise Hymn’s complete school year of God Made Music. This includes 34 lessons for grade 1. It includes teacher edition pdf and printable student worksheets. Open internationally.
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Math Mammoth is a mastery-oriented program that offers both a full curriculum as well as supplemental materials for elementary and middle school grades. This curriculum focuses strongly on conceptual understanding, and uses lots of visual models and exercises. Mental math and number sense are emphasized.
If your’e attracted to the Charlotte Mason or Classical style of homeschooling and want to teach grammar, spelling, penmanship, and history easily at the same time, you’re gonna love this!
Brookdale House publishes the Writing Through History series for elementary students. With this homeschool writing curriculum, children learn to write by studying models written by talented authors from history. They read historical selections and narrate these back via oral narration, written narration, or written summations. Following each historical selection, a writing model (written in a true handwriting font) is studied for copywork. Additional models located in the appendix are used for studied dictation.
As children study the writing of talented authors, they absorb the style of those they imitate. They also learn to create complex sentences and use appropriate word choice. This method of teaching writing is based on the Charlotte Mason method, and it gently but completely prepares students for middle school writing.
Welcome to the Enrichment Lifestyle Blog! I'm so glad you're here. :) I'm Erica Johns, and I love to encourage homeschool moms and help them enjoy more of the beauty of the arts in everyday life.
About me: I started my homeschooling journey in 1997 and graduated the last of my six children in 2021. Amidst all the hard work, crazy days, uncertainty, and lost pencils, what I think we really gained was the gift of a lifetime: TIME TOGETHER. So awesome! Click my pic to learn more.