Bible: The War is Over, Bible reading(Acts, Galatians, Colossians), memory work, reading missionary biographies (Imprisoned in the Golden City – Adoniram Judson ,Lights in Lisuland (Isobel Kuhn), Sundar Singh, Gospel According to TL and Daisy), OT Bible stories from Adventures in Odyssey, and listening to a dramatized reading of the OT.
History: Short studies on ancient Philistines, ancient Phoenicians, ancient Assyrians, ancient Persians, and ancient Scythians. In-depth study on ancient Greece including ancient Greece myths, the story of Troy, and Aesop’s fables. Canada A People’s History DVD series, some portions of Basic, Not Boring US History Grades 6-8 workbook
Geography: In-depth studies on Thailand and Sri Lanka. Study on Buddhism. Maps, Charts, and Graphs: United States and Its Neighbors Level E, Maps, Chart, and Graphs: United States Past and Present Level H
Math: Singapore 3B and 4A with Intensive Practice and Challenging Word Problems, Life of Fred Fractions, Xtra Math for math facts.
Science: In-depth mammal classification study and CPO Physical, Earth, and Space Science and an additional fun lab with Snap Circuits and Thames and Kosmos Physics Workshop
Logic: Logic Countdown, Logic Liftoff, Grid Perplexors B, Chess Kids curriculum
Foreign Language: Alif Baa and Arabian Sinbad for Arabic. My First Chinese Reader 1, Chinese with Mike, online tone practice for Mandarin, and Athenaze 1 for Greek
Art: Informal study with art projects on Michelangelo, Salvador Dali, and Monet
Music: Alfred Kid’s Guitar Course followed by Modern Guitar Method Grade 1, Connect the Thoughts composer study on Bach, Handel, and Mendelssohn. Informal study on the Beatles, U2, and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Music Ace Deluxe for music theory.
PE: An average of 1 hour of active (sweat-producing) play required each school day.
I’m listing language arts last since I split up the different areas of language arts. My son doesn’t fit well in a package program for language arts since he is asynchronous when it comes to language arts.
Grammar: Rod and Staff 4 (Grammar only) and reading diagrams at http://www.german-latin-english.com/daily_diagrams_archives.htm
Handwriting: The Champion Method of Practical Business Writing (vintage program available online)
Vocabulary: Excavating English
Writing: Killgallon Sentence Combining for Elementary School and continue Jump In
Typing: Mavis Beacon
Literature and Reading: Reading list and read alouds designed around Figuratively Speaking.
Spelling: Finish Rod and Staff 4. Start Rod and Staff 5. Plus practice with words misspelled in Webster’s speller.