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Homeschool Curriculum Review
Complete Curriculum, LLC

Homeschool Curriculum Review - Complete Curriculum, LLC

Getting started with homeschooling can be both daunting and expensive for parents. When it comes to the curriculum that you use, it doesn’t have to be. One the most inexpensive curriculums on the market is Complete Curriculum.

Homeschooling is about giving your child a complete education as you see it as a parent. Here, you have more flexibility and can pick and choose from different materials to build a program that will satisfy your needs. But, there is an expense that could be involved in this proposition. If you have more than one child, then that also adds to your startup costs.

What if you could customize your teachings, incorporating your style and considering your child’s unique way of learning? You can and without spending a lot of money to get started.

What is Offered - Homeschool Curriculum Review - Complete Curriculum LLC

Complete Curriculum is a digital program that can be used to teach students from kindergarten through Grade 12. Simply use their online educational tools to help you manage each subject and the lessons being taught. For a yearly membership fee of $19.95, you and your students have access to a digital bookshelf of ten texts that you create for them to use.

Each grade level contains courses for Language Arts, Science, Social Studies and Math. Within each course, you have access to about 180 lessons to use for the entire school year. But, you don’t have to utilize them all. You can pick and choose.

The process begins by signing up as a member of Complete Curriculum on their website (www.completecurriculum.com). Once a member, you can begin creating your digital textbooks. You can then login to My E-Shelf. Choose to create your own lesson if you want to upload your own or you can click on a particular subject course for a particular grade level. You can then review the lessons available for that particular course.

Now you are ready to create a customized textbook for your child. Click on the lessons you want included or select them all. The textbook will be created and added to your E-Shelf. Now you can designate a password and login (as well as email address for content delivery) for your child to use to login and access the textbook you have created for them. You can do this for up to ten textbooks at a time.

It bears noting that the approach of this course, while good, is also secular in nature. Parents who want a biblically based program for their children may find a problem with some of the history and science lessons. You may add your own material to introduce a Christian worldview for these lessons so that there is a balance.

Complete Curriculum is an affordable way to get started with homeschooling and customize your teaching for each child.

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Daily Encouragement

  1. Perseverance Quote of the Day

    Aug 28, 14 02:14 AM

    "A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer." (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

    Rejoice in the Lord,


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  2. A Timely Tip

    Aug 28, 14 01:09 AM

    Today, let's make a list of the people we still need to forgive. Then let's make up our mind to forgive at least one person on that list. Finally, let's ask God to cleanse our heart of bitterness, animosity, and regret. If we ask Him sincerely and often, He will respond.

    Rejoice in the Lord,


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  3. When You're Having One of Those Days!

    Aug 27, 14 02:09 AM

    Are you having one of those days? Maybe things started out right, my first cup of coffee, Bible study with the Lord, and me asking Him for mercy and grace, ready to face the day.

    But life happens and things don't always go as planned (an understatement).

    Our family had planned a picnic along with boating and some fishing for Herb and Matthew at a local lake here in Virginia. We arrive at our destination and have a great picnic lunch. Then the fun starts. I realize I've forgotten to bring a book to read while they go out on the boat. No big deal, I'll just walk around the lake for some exercise, that is until I see a snake. A scream and back to the truck I go. I'll just listen to the radio and enjoy the peacefulness (more like trying to stay cool in a hot truck with the door open to get some air flow and sweat just rolling down my face).

    Meanwhile, Matthew and Herb have launched the boat and it starts taking on water! Why? They have no idea. They didn't get very far before they realized the boat must have a serious hole in it as it was filling up with water rather quickly. All is not lost though; remember, they brought fishing poles. The boat goes back on the trailer and they decide to bank fish.

    But it's one of those days. Yes, they had 3 fishing poles in the bed of the truck along with the battery for the boat motor. Unbeknownst to them, while driving, the battery shifted and pushed all three fishing poles against the truck snapping off the ends. Yes, all three poles were broken and unusable.

    Time to call it a day and head home. I was irritated with the expenses incurred and the wasted day and grumbling about it until I heard a song from our new cd "What A Friend We Have In Jesus". I started to sing along

    "What a Friend we have in Jesus, All our sins and griefs to bear!
    What a privilege to carry Everything to God in prayer!"

    My grumbling changed to gratitude. I gave the day's happenings to Jesus. I thanked Him for all the blessings He gives us. Really, my day wasn't that bad, and He gave me peace.

    Friends, if you're having one of those days, turn it over to Jesus. No matter what is happening in your life, when you start praising Him, He will give you peace, calm your storm, and give you joy as you journey through life.

    Rejoice in the Lord,


    p.s. If you find yourself having one of those days, just click on the 'continue reading' link where you can listen to some of our bluegrass gospel music and/or purchase a cd.

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