Monday, August 2, 2010

Not Back to School Blog Hop: Curriculum Week

Not Back to School Blog Hop

It's time for the annual Not Back to School Blog Hop!  This year it has moved from Life with My 3 Boybarians to Heart of the Matter.  Click the icon above to be redirected to their site where you can find other participating blogs with oodles of homeschooling ideas and help.

This week's topic is curriculum which is something I could talk about all day!!  In fact, I have...

Many times...

Right here on Olive Plants!  :)

So, rather than write another post about our curriculum, I will use this as an opportunity to point out my new tab.  If you click "Our Academy" beneath my blog's header, you will be redirected to a page where I have listed all of our materials for the 2010-2011 school year.

If this is your first visit to Olive Plants, welcome!  Please have a look around and let me know you stopped in.  You can find links to my most popular posts in the side bar to the right.  Feel free to subscribe or follow, too.  

Be sure to come back next Monday for School Room week.  We have added a new element to our school room this year, and I can't wait to tell you about it!



Kellie said...

I could talk all day about curriculum too. That's why I have to limit my time on sites like TWTM forums. : ) I like your snazzy new tab and all your choices. The best, however, is your line at the end. We can plan all we want, but it's good to remember who is really in control. : )

Robin E. said...

I enjoyed reading your details of what you are using this year, but I especially appreciate the link to the one year Bible reading plan. I've used a few different Bible reading plans, but I've never seen one scheduled like this one. I think I'll be doing starting it right away. Thank you for sharing on the NOT Back-to-School blog hop.

I am blessed! said...

What schedule plan are you using for Apologia General Science? I printed the one from Donna Young and then found out Sonlight has a schedule, too. Now I'm kind of kicking myself, but will probably stick with what I've already transferred to the instructor guide.


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