Searching for the right curriculum can be daunting, even for those with homeschooling experience. Our parents have hand-picked these resources so you have a place to start. Feel free to browse these websites and contact us if you have any questions.

Curriculum Recommendations:

1. The Good and the Beautiful

The Good and the Beautiful is a Christian-based program that incorporates multiple subjects into one subject area. For instance in language the kids are also learning geography. What I also love is for math, that it comes with a math activity box with lots of manipulatives to use with the lessons! It also reviews past content along with introducing new content, and also gives a bonus lesson with each lesson. It’s interactive for the kids too. I also love the handwriting and typing as well. Which not only has the kids practicing those skills, but again incorporates geography, Bible verses, language and more into the hand writing and typing. And it’s all paper/pencil work too.

– Angie Maury

Handbook of Nature Study Blog
Simply Charlotte Mason
Simple Homeschool
A Holy Experience
The Homeschool Building: Grand Rapids, MI
Big Rapids Area Homeschoolers: Facebook group

Home-school Curriculum/Books
My Father’s World
Peace Hill Press
Rainbow Resource Center
Usborne Children Books
A Beka Book
Tapestry of Grace
Living Books Curriculum
Five in a Row

Saxon Math
Math U See

History/Story of the World
The Mystery of History

Apologia: Elementary through High School science curriculun

Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons
Sing, Spell, Read and Write Kindergarten
The Ordinary Parent’s Guide to Teaching Reading: Kindergarten/Learning to read

Writing With Ease: Elementary
Writing WIth Skill: Middle Grades
The Creative Writer: Middle Grades

First Language Lessons: 1st- 4th grade

A Reason for Handwriting
Handwriting Without Tears

Nature Study
Christian Liberty Press Nature Readers
Handbook of Nature Study