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Are you looking for a great hands-on program for your elementary kids? Have you considered Oak Meadow? We have used it for years, and my daughter has benefited from it's creative, project-oriented approach.
When my daughter was 10, she was all about exploring, asking lots of questions, and was always making things and wanting to do things with her hands. Oak Meadow fit her to the tee!
This creative curriculum is project oriented and is similar to Charlotte Mason in many ways.
|Making Jamestown with cardboard and wooden sticks.|
This program is flexible and easy to use. Families can pick and choose and just purchase that book. Or they can get the whole package, which coordinates the history lessons with the English assignments, in a very nice cohesive way, and includes all the other subjects listed above, too.
Today I am sharing my Oak Meadow review for fifth grade, which includes English, social studies, math and science, and crafts/hand arts too. Please click here to read: My Complete Review of Oak Meadow-Fifth Grade.
Note - Oak Meadow offers used curriculum on Amazon, under Oak Meadow Seconds and Oak Meadow Families Facebook Group also includes used curricula sales.
Here's some books from Amazon to browse, from Oak Meadow Seconds:
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Betsy is mom to her now college senior, whom she homeschooled from preK through high school. She blogs at BJ's Homeschool, about the early years, high school & college and wrote - Homeschooling High School with College in Mind. She offers free homeschool help through messages at BJ's Consulting.