Homeschool Curriculum Choices at Hodgepodge

Hodgepodge Homeschool Curriculum Choices for All Ages

Last year I made a permanent spot for our homeschool curriculum choices at Hodgepodge. I wanted it to be easy for you to find our favorites and easy for me to share when I get a curriculum question (because we have such an age range and I share many reviews at The Curriculum Choice). I’ve spent some time updating each of the links below for

Homeschool Science Curriculum Choices: Reader Question

Homeschool Science Curriculum Choices for Multiple Ages at Hodgepodge

We have several homeschool science curriculum choices that have blessed us big time. I’ve shared about what we’ve used in the last couple of years. That prompted a reader to ask the following question. She said that I could share with you… Question: I have been struggling with picking a science curriculum for my children (rising K, 3rd, and 6th).  I have it down to

High School Homeschool Curriculum Choices

High School Curriculum Choices at Hodgepodge

This past month I have shared the span from preschool to middle school – our curriculum choices for each age and stage. Today we reach high school. In the fall of 2015, we are headed into our fourth year of high school. This year we again have two high schoolers – young adults in 11th and 12th grade. Two high schoolers. (A senior and a

Middle School Homeschool Curriculum Choices

Middle School Curriculum Choices at Hodgepodge - favorites from all our years homeschooling!

Our middle school girl is a busy, kinesthetic learner who loves to craft. She loves to make things. Do things. Move. Participate. Give her a display board for a biography report. Let her make a salt dough map. She loves to color while I read. Crafts, creations, busy. That’s her. You may remember a couple of years ago I shared about the organization we put in

Elementary Homeschool Curriculum Choices

Elementary Homeschool Curriculum Choices at Hodgepodge

Many a time I have found myself pausing and being thankful that the younger two that make up our elementary homeschool are so close in age. Almost exactly two years apart with the same birthday month. They are buddies and they cheer each other on in their learning. Older sister coaches reading. Younger brother waits patiently while she finishes handwriting – and then they are