A lot depends on where you live. You need to look up the requirements for your state.
Quoting Britty1987:I'm looking into it as well. Are you looking for religious or secular? We're looking at Sonlight and Winter's Promise, both Christian. Theres some online as well but I can't remember the names. Maybe Switched on Schoolhouse?
Kim Homeschooling mom and book addict.
“Home is the best place for teaching many things, first and most important of which is how to think for one's self.” ~Laura Ingalls Wilder
After looking into your state requirements, there are plenty of options. I know most schools in my area use ABeka curriculum. My ds is three and I like letter of the week and mamamonkseysblogspot. I know there are more programs out there with materials and resources. Also, some school districts offer course guidelines and curriculum resources. Good luck!!!
There's so many options out there. We use Oak Meadow this year, and will probably do a mix that for my older two next year and something different for my youngest. You might check in with one of the homeschool groups here for more information/opinions. Homeschooling Moms and Happy Homeschoolers are great ones.
I currently have my daughter in the Kindergarten program with K12. The only costs are supplies like crayons and such.
Check out the group 'Happy Homeschoolers' they will be able to help you with all the info you need to get started.
We homeschooled until this year and loved it. =D
Quoting MomofKASandIGS:I currently have my daughter in the Kindergarten program with K12. The only costs are supplies like crayons and such.
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