One thing that I am happy about is that since we have been here, I have been concentrating on cooking more real food. I have made bread every day for the last couple of days. I am making oatmeal or eggs or some other good breakfast every day and I am making a chicken pot pie from scratch for supper. Before we moved, we were so rushed I felt like there were too many convenience junk foods in our house. But I have been doing so much better since we got here.
Here is my list of new curriculum choices:
– (Language) Progressive Phonics (advanced level) – http://www.progressivephonics.com/~suzettew/
– (Language) – Scott Foreman’s Grammar and Writing Handbook – http://www.sfreading.com/resources/ghb.html
– (Math) – BMO Smartsteps for Parents Canadian Money – http://community.bmo.com/smartstepsforparents/zone
– (Math) – Life of Fred – http://lifeoffredmath.com/lof2.php
– (Canadian Geography) – Canada, My Country – http://www.canadianhomeeducation.com/products/34805-canada-my-country.aspx
– (Canadian History) – Canada’s Natives Long Ago – http://www.canadianhomeeducation.com/products/34806-canadas-natives-long-ago.aspx
– (Canadian History) – Courage and Conquest – http://www.canadianhomeeducation.com/products/34804-courage-and-conquest-revised.aspx
– (Science) – Classic Science: Elementary Life Science – http://www.eequalsmcq.com/ClassicScienceLife.htm
– (Science) – Jason Curriculum – http://www.jason.org/public/whatis/curr.aspx
And I will add in some extras to break it up from the following:
– Unit Studies – Grade five and Six – Free – http://www.mce.k12tn.net/units/units.htm
– Extra Free worksheets – http://www.theheadoftheclass.com/Activities/ActivityFilter.aspx?filterBy=GradeLevel
So while I am a little stressed about having everything ready for the baby when he arrives, there are things I feel like I am doing okay with.