Thursday, October 27, 2011

Our 2011-2012 Curriculum

This pregnancy has really put me behind schedule in a lot of areas of my life. When the goal of the day is to attempt to be out of bed for more than 2 hours and try to cook at least one meal without puking, one can see how some items related to homeschooling would be put on the backburner.

I am tardy in recording our 2011-2012 Curriculum by a mere 3 months. *cough, cough*

Pish-posh, right?

For the record, we have been educating our boys in the midst of moving halfway around the world, a pukey but precious pregnancy (in which I now feel great!), (me) freaking out (only slightly) about a certain child's venture into puberty, and the usual how can we start the new year when we haven't quite finished up last year?! debate within myself.

Onward, shall we? :)


AUSTIN - 12 years old, Grade 7


Bible:

Math:
Math-U-See Epsilon and Zeta

History:
Sonlight Core F Eastern Hemisphere (finish up from last year, then geography- see below)
Mapping the World by Heart (we will attempt this, might be too ambitious?)

Language Arts:

Science:

Foreign Language:
Rosetta Stone Latin Level 1 (Homeschool Edition)

Other:
Spectrum Test Prep 6 by McGraw-Hill Children's Publishing
Dr. Funster's Think A Minutes, Level C Book 1 and Book 2


NOAH - 10 years old, Grade 5


Bible:

Math:
Math U See Delta (completed 10/2011) and Epsilon

History:
Sonlight Core F Eastern Hemisphere (finish up from last year, then geography- see below)
Mapping the World by Heart (we will attempt this, might be too ambitious?)

Language Arts:

Science:

Foreign Language:
Rosetta Stone Latin Level 1 (Homeschool Edition)

Other:
Dr. Funster's Think a Minutes, Level B Book 2 and Level C Book 1


I do have a question for y'all.

We have Rosetta Stone Japanese Level 1 that I would like to implement, as tourism from Japan is a major economic force here in Guam. Have any of y'all done two foreign languages at the same time? Thoughts, please?





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2 comments:

Tracy said...

Your right on track for your situation! ;)

P.S. have you read What's the Big Deal? It's mainly geared for PS kids...we skipped it.

Life with Kaishon said...

You amaze me!
I don't know how you do it.
LOVE the boys pictures. So precious.
Kaish is entering the world of puberty as well and I am NOT handling it well at all. Not at all.