Which curriculum is best?

This is a loaded question. There are many factors in selecting the perfect curriculum for your family: ages, special needs, technology availability and experience, finances, space, schedules, homeschool experience.. However  you choose to school your children, do it with recommendations, much consideration and discussion (even with the children), planning, and a good attitude. There are tons of choices out there, which can be good or bad. Make your informed decision with the help of veteran homeschool families. They can help you close the gap on the mountain before you and let you grow in the meadow you see that appears most enjoyable. After you’ve come to the basic conclusions based on all the factors at play, jump in and go for it, knowing that those with experience are ready to stand with you (and let them – your sanity will thank you).

Here’s one type of curriculum that seems to do it all offered by TheJubileeAcademy.com.

The Best Home Schooling Curriculum
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Born with Music

Some homeschoolers totally feel this too. That’s why private music lessons and group classes are so popular among them. Here are some local recommendations:

* Paul Finley – http://www.paulfinleymusic.com


* Mark Ramsey – http://onedayacademy.com/faculty/humanities/mark-ramsey/


* Kathy Blair – http://www.ccsa.info/  (Christian Choral Society of Austin)


Mobile Mic

“I was born with music inside me. It was a force already within me when I arrived on the scene. It was a necessity for me- like food or water”. – Ray Charles

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Local (and Beyond) Homeschool Groups

Here’s a current list of homeschooling support groups, co-ops, and curriculum sales in Austin, Texas and Beyond:

Homeschool Groups – Austin, Texas, and Beyond

Homeschool for Free!


Homeschooling just got easier! Do it for free! Use your computer. One of the best website articles that lists the top-rated websites for homeschooling use is from Homeschool.com – “Top 100 of 2014”. It’s rather long, but that means it’s comprehensive. It includes the following categories of interest:

  • News
  • Multiple Subjects
  • Math & Science
  • Reading & Writing
  • Spelling & Grammar
  • Language
  • Geography
  • Gifted
  • Special Needs
  • Preschool
  • High School
  • Open Online Courses
  • Games
  • Worksheets
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Homeschooling
  • General (which lists YouTube!)
  • Blogs
  • Christian
  • Miscellaneous
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