Science: Sonlight A - Kindergarten Although this isn't exactly what we did (because I bought it used a couple years ago), it's similar. (We really enjoyed this - the DVD was super fun!)
Read Alouds/History/Geography: Sonlight K (Enjoyed this as well, but wanted a more chronological approach to history for the future)
Reading: Teach Your Child To Read in 100 Easy Lessons (Great book! However, we transitioned to easy readers with more pictures around lesson 70 or so - which seems to be pretty common the more I hear about this book.)
Math: Horizons K (Liked it - colorful workbook pages - didn't use the teacher's manual.)
Curriculum for Emilia's 1st Grade year:
Science: Sonlight 1st grade (Enjoyed it once again, but want to try something different for 2nd grade.)
Read Alouds: I looked on Sonlight's list and checked some of those books out of the library instead of buying them. Emilia also reads well, so I'd have her read some to me.
History: Story of the World: Ancient Times by Susan Wise Bauer (Chronological, but not based on a Christian Worldview. I also found some things to be inaccurate that were stated as fact. It was a pretty good study, but not good enough to do again.)
Geography: United States Coloring Book by Winky Adam (fun and easy). The Story of the World also had mapping activities in the workbook.
Art: Come Look With Me Books - Animals in Art and World of Play (Pretty neat, easy way to introduce art to kids.)
Music: Stories of the Great Composers for El. Students (We enjoyed this book. Tells a fictional story based on fact and then has music for each composer. Comes with the CD.)
Math: Horizons 1 (Still like it - she learns well with workbooks.)
Unit Studies: Amanda Bennett Unit Studies: Magnificent Moon and Davy Crockett (Great! Wrote a post about those.)
We were involved in a small homeschool group this year that had holiday parties, field trips, and get-togethers. That was a lot of fun for both the moms and kids!
Jonny joined in when we did history and sometimes for the read alouds. In February of Emilia's 1st grade year, Jonny wanted his own math book and wanted to learn to read. So, I bought him Horizons Math K and he started Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons. Grama Robin also came over on Tuesdays (when Emilia had dance class) to teach Jonny to read. He'll officially start K in the Fall of 2011.
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For Jonny's K year he has continued through Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons as well as working through Horizons K Math books 1 and 2. He also joins with Emilia in Apologia Anatomy Science (although it's a little advanced for a Kindergartener) and occasionally in her History book. He'll listen in on the read-aloud books occasionally as well. I also added in a couple Handwriting Without Tears books.
For Matthew - Although he isn't officially in any "grade" (he'll be 4 in Feb.), he really enjoys "doing school" as well. The first part of the year I had him rainbow tracing numbers - something like this. I'll have him work on his letters - rainbow tracing or putting letter blocks, papers, or magnets in alphabetical order. We've also been making crafty animal letters from this book and working on saying each letter and its sound. He has his own 3 ring binder with all of his animal letters in it.
Curriculum for Emilia's Second Grade Year:
Science: We're going to try Apologia Anatomy based on a recommendation.
History (which incorporates Geography): We're going to try The Mystery of History.
Read Alouds: Still going to get the list from Sonlight and check the books out of the library.
Art and Music: I have websites online that I'm going to use.
Unit Studies (which incorporate Geography): Either free or Amanda Bennett's Download 'N Go Unit Studies
Math: Horizons 2 (She's already started the workbook.)
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Language Arts: I also wanted her to have some sort of grammar/language practice. When I was at our local homeschool used book sale, I picked up Language Lessons for the Elementary Child not knowing much about it except what I saw on the cover (mentioned "informal" and "Charlotte Mason" which both caught my attention - just what I was looking for!). I have been very pleased with this book. We do as much or as little per day as we choose. It's been a great tool for recognizing/studying art, poetry, copywork, grammar and more. I'd like to purchase more of these books in the future.