Our 2015-2016 Homeschool Curriculum for 2nd and 4th Grade

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We are very excited to have started our Homeschool year!

After months of weighing the options ( so many options!) we’ve decided and purchased all of our homeschool curriculum for this year! We started school last week and it has been going great!

Here are our Homeschool Choices for 2015-2016 for 2nd and 4th Grade


Claire – Age 8 – 4th GradeOur 4th Grade Curriculum 2015-2016

History, Bible, Geography and Reading: Sonlight Core B+C  [Ancient History] *see picture below

Reading: Read-alouds from Sonlight grade 4/5

Grammar: First Language Lessons 2

Spelling: All About Spelling 2

WritingWriting Strands 3

Handwriting: A Reason for Handwriting – T

PhonicsExplode the Code

ScienceTo be determined (I can’t make up my mind!)

Here’s a picture of the Bible and History that we will be doing for Sonlight Core B+C. Both Children will be doing this Core together. They also each have a pile of about 20 books that they will be using for independent reading time.




Caleb – Age 6 – Grade 2

2nd Grade Homeschool Curriculum

History, Bible, Geography and Reading: Sonlight Core B+C  [Ancient History] *see picture above

Reading: Read-alouds from Sonlight grade 2nd grade

Grammar: First Language Lessons 2

SpellingAll About Spelling 1

WritingWrite Track

HandwritingA Reason for Handwriting – B

PhonicsExplode the Code 4

Science To be determined (I can’t make up my mind!)

We are already enjoying our curriculum, especially Sonlight. I’m still looking for an affordable Science curriculum that is not too overwhelming, I have a few ideas but I’ll be adding science in later this year. I plan to share more details about each curriculum choice soon so be sure to subscribe or check back for updates!

I know that finding great homeschool curriculum can be a headache, there are so many great choices! We’re taking time to try the curriculum out and see how they work for our family. Every family is different and every child is different; I suggest that you read lots of reviews ask questions and always be ready to switch curriculums if you need to.

Let me know if you have any questions below in the comments!

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