Secular Literature Based
Homeschool Curriculum
and Educational Products

Education is not one size fits all.

I’ve spent years creating a curriculum that takes a literature approach to educating children in all the subjects you’d learn in public school – only better.

My focus is on education with all the essential foundations built in to a curriculum that is progressive and fun. Your children will learn subjects like history, literature, science and Charlotte Mason inspired language arts – just to name a few.

Level K – 12: Secular Literature Based Homeschooling Products

November 16, 2018

Release scheduled for November 19, 2018   Thanks!           Harry Potter Unit Study Frequently Asked Questions: Do we have to start with the Sorcerer’s Stone unit study, or can we jump in at any of the books? Yes and no. While these unit studies are semi-standalone if they had to be, they are … Continue reading "Unit Study: Harry Potter and the Half-B ...

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October 31, 2018

Welcome to the twelfth installment of the Build Your Library Family Reading Crate! The December 2018 theme is “Happy Holidays!”  I’m including four books in our holiday-fiction themed box – a picture book for younger children, a middle grade family read aloud, a book for older readers, and a book for you, the parent! These books … Continue reading "Purchase: Fami ...

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October 22, 2018

Thanksgiving is a bit of a controversial holiday. There are many, many books and resources on the market to help you teach it to your children, but by and large, those books and resources focus on a mythology rather than the actuality of the English coming to America. How much should we teach our young … Continue reading "My Favorite Thanksgiving Books for Younger Children"

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Have you been looking for a literature based homeschool curriculum that is secular? How about a way to incorporate narration, copywork, dictation and memory work into your child’s education? Or art study that ties into history?

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