I've written these eclectic homeschooling curriculum guides with an Australian homeschooler in mind.
If you are a new to homeschooling please use my scope and sequence as a place to begin your curriculum journey—a springboard for your own ideas and not as a strict curriculum. After some trial and error you will work out what is best for your children and family.
If you are a seasoned homeschooler I hope these suggestions will inspire you.
I know that many homeschool parents need a little more help than book recommendations when planning their homeschool curriculum. With so many options available, the planning phase of homeschooling is often one of the most brain draining aspects of homeschooling and having it done for us can remove a great deal of stress.
What these guides provide is a clear path as to how you can effectively teach your child Australian content using methods inspired by Charlotte Mason. We also use some literature unit studies, lapbooks and notebooks.
Well thanks for asking... They also consider the new Australian National Curriculum being rolled out to schools across Australia.
Other free Charlotte Mason curriculum guides will also be helpful in planning but they are not written specifically for Australian homeschoolers.
The basic planning and research is done for you, some books are picked but you still have flexibility and choice—now all you have to do is access the required books, work out a schedule and begin teaching your child.
There is no membership. These guides are free and available for primary grades—Kindergarten (Foundation Year) to Year Six.
Follow the links to find lesson plans and a graded scope and sequence for Australian Homeschoolers.
For those who would prefer to browse by subject you can do that also.
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