Are you looking for a quality homeschool high school English course for your teen?
Or would you prefer to put your own course together, with the help of a well put together literature guide or two?
7 Sisters Homeschool offers both, plus great courses to help your teen develop strong writing skills as well.
Have you heard of 7 Sisters Homeschool High School Curriculum?
7 Sisters Homeschool is a popular site that is run by veteran homeschool moms who developed their own curriculum for high schoolers in their own co-op. So all of their resources and courses are tried and true.
The 7 Sisters approach is based on over 20 years of homeschooling and was developed by moms who were teaching their own teens while running an umbrella school at the same time.
These veteran homeschool authors know how to capture a student's interest and then lead them into a solid study of literature all while avoiding any busywork.
And that they offer English resources in a variety of ways, such as year long courses, or Literature Guides for just one particular novel that your teen wants to read.
Let's take a look at their frugal homeschool high school Literature Guides. They offer over 40 of them, for under $5.00 each, including:
- A Separate Peace
- A Raisin in the Sun
- The Scarlet Letter
- To Kill A Mockingbird
- The Hobbit
- British Poetry Selections
- A Tale of Two Cities
- Anne of Green Gables
- Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats
- The Invisible Man
- The Three Musketeers
Click here to learn more about these Literature Guides and read My Review of English Homeschool High School Curriculum - including Literature and Composition and lots of other high school writing course options, too.
Are you looking for a complete year long course in Literature? They offer that, too.
Homeschool High School Curriculum for Complete Year Long Literature Courses
This includes year long courses in World Literature, British Literature, American Literature, The Chronicles of Narnia, and more. They are referred to as Bundles.
Each course includes approximately 5 - 8 novels to read and analyze, with guides to help you and your teen for each lit book. Most homeschool high school curriculum is less than $30.00.
Here is one of our favorites:
American Literature by 7 Sisters.
The American Literature course consists of a 125 page downloadable ebook text, which is a complete college prep one year course, centered around nine classics.
Students read one book a month and then work through the corresponding study guide included in the course.
There is also a table to refer to, that helps you to adjust the course so that students can earn extra advanced credit or honors if desired.
Click here to read the rest of my Review on American Literature, to get an idea of what is included in each full year Literature course by 7 Sisters.
Each of these courses is helpful for teaching your teen literary analysis, which was crucial to my 2e daughter developing her critical thinking skills, for college readiness.
Other offerings from 7 Sisters
They have a lot of great options for homeschool high school curriculum, which you can see here: 7 Sisters Homeschool High School Curriculum, including:
Acting and much more.
Also Available on Amazon
Kindle - Amazon
Also in print - Amazon
Shelly at There's No Place Like Home says: "This book is packed with valuable information, and it's written in an easy-to-read format for those of us who don't have the time to read dictionary-size manuals."
Create your own college bound high school program for your teen, and showcase their accomplishments to the colleges! Planning printables included for transcripts, high school credits, college planning and more.
Thanks for stopping by BJ's Homeschool, and Happy 4th!
Betsy is mom to her now college senior, whom she homeschooled through high school. She blogs at BJ's Homeschool, about the early years, high school, college, 2e and wrote - Homeschooling High School with College in Mind. She offers free homeschool help through messages at BJ's Consulting, and has had her articles picked up by the Huffington Post.
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