This is when things start to get scarier. Middle School! For a little extra support in the middle school department be sure to check out this fantastic resource written by Alabama Homeschool Mom Kristin Cafagno Smith. She includes clicky links to several helpful articles and info.
The following are not a full listing of all curriculums available to homeschoolers, but a list of some used by Alabama homeschool parents to he help if you are feeling overwhelmed with options. These curriculum’s run the gamut. They are religious, and secular, they are right leaning and left, they are common core aligned and NOT Common core aligned. The only thing they all have in common is that they were recommended by homeschool parents. You will need to refer to the “about” tabs to find out if they match your beliefs and educational styles!
Brave Writer, Read excellent literature and have great conversations, Hake Grammar for both grammar and writing, Growing with Grammar, Horizons,
Math U See, Teaching Textbooks, Khan Academy, CTC Math, Horizons,
Notgrass history, Guest Hollow History, first-hand accounts of a topic, Big History Project, Mystery of History Vol.2 for history, Primary Sources or immediate, first-hand accounts of a topic, from people who had a direct connection with it.
Real science 4 Kids, Pandia Press Science, Apologia science.
Multi Subject Curriculum:
Some of these are complete box sets, some you can pull out just the one or two subjects that you want to use.
CK12 & DiscoverK12 (public school curriculum without the public school strings), early enrollment at a local college, The Good and the Beautiful, 7 Sisters Homeschool, Apologia, Guest Hollow, Wilson Hill Academy, Lifepac, , Tapestry of Grace, Outschool, Switched on Schoolhouse.
The following chart is helpful for you to gauge how much time during the day you should be spending doing school work. You should not be doing 6 – 8 hours of school at home. *The Illinois State Board of Education released “remote learning recommendations”