A List of Homeschool Curriculum

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Help! I want to homeschool, but I don’t know where to start!

I’m overwhelmed!

How many times have I heard these statements from homeschoolers?

I can’t even begin to count.

As a matter of fact, when I first got started on my own homeschool journey, I felt the same way.

So, if you’re new to homeschooling, know that you are not alone. We’ve all been there.

One of the biggest questions that most new homeschoolers have, is all about curriculum.

How to choose it. How to find it. How to wade through the options.

Well hold on, help is on the way!

This post will give you a crash course in many of the popular curriculum options in the homeschool market today. Consider this giant post a starting point for your research.

I’ll give you some all-in-one grade level options. Then I’ll give you some options that are specific to certain subjects. And then at the end, there will be a few online options. This is not an exhaustive list, but it will help you get started.

Deep breath! You can do this. Let’s look through some of your options.

All-in-One Options

Literature Based Programs

Classically Based Homeschooling

Unit Study Based Programs











Secular Options

(while many of the above options are neutral or can be modified to fit most belief systems, there are a few publishers who advertise that their materials are secular, so here are a few specifically-secular options)

Online Options

If you’re just getting started I recommend this book to help you evaluate curriculum and this book to help you plan your course of study for each school year.

And you should check out these other posts all about curriculum!

How Curriculum Can Ruin Your Homeschool

How to Choose Your Homeschool Curriculum

I Don’t Care if My Kids Like Our Homeschool Curriculum

How to Discover Your Homeschool Teaching Style

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