Some of our writers are actively homeschooling their children and some of them have children in public or private schools, but pull from resources to enhance what their children are learning (especially during extended leaves from school, like summer). So we asked our team of writers to share their go-to curriculums.
- Brave Writer (writing, language arts)
Through our user-friendly materials and award-winning online classes, you’ll grow into a competent writing coach, calm your anxious writers, and nourish your aspiring authors.
2. Woke Homeschooling (social studies)
To be WOKE is to be “alert to injustice in society, especially racism.” At Woke Homeschooling we provide resources for parents to educate socially-conscious children who will grow to become wise and informed world-changers.
3. ABC Mouse (language arts)
The Step-by-Step Learning Path presents the full ABCmouse.com curriculum in a carefullydesigned program of more than 850 lessons in ten levels. Asyour child completes each lesson, he or she is guided to the next one and is motivated to continue learning by ABCmouse.com’s Tickets and Rewards System.
4. My Math Academy from Age of Learning (math) – app
From the creators of ABCmouse, My Math Academy is a breakthrough game-based program that adapts to your child’s specific learning needs and habits. Perfect for children ages 3–8, My Math Academy helps build a strong understanding of foundational math concepts and skills and is proven* to significantly improve results and inspire a love of math! Every child is unique. Their learning should be, too.
5. Kiwi Company (projects for all subjects, subscription based)
KiwiCo was created to celebrate kids’ natural creativity and curiosity, while helping parents who want to bring enriching experiences to their children.
6. Beast Academy (math)
A Complete Math Curriculum Recommended for Ages 8‑13. Students learn problem-solving skills through rigorous math lessons taught by engaging, comic-book style characters.
7. Core Knowledge (all)
The Core Knowledge Sequence is a detailed outline of recommended content knowledge and skills to be taught in language arts, history and geography, visual arts, music, mathematics, and science from preschool through grade eight. The Sequence complements the general skills and objectives typically found in state and local curriculum guides.
What would you recommend? Please comment below.
Editors Note: By listing these resources, San Francisco Bay Area Moms is not endorsing any resources. It is simply a condensed list of go-to curriculums provided by our contributors.