Do you love literature-based learning but struggle with planning it all by yourself? Moving Beyond the Page offers complete curriculum options for homeschoolers based around a multitude of Science, Language Arts, and History topics. The units combine hands-on activities with writing and discussion-based assignments. Explore great books with the Language Arts Packages that include learning guides and books. Choose a physical or online guide and get started right away.
Guides from Moving Beyond the page support multiple learning styles including visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. Manipulatives and hands-on projects engage active learners, while the images in the books and drawing art assignments appeal to visual learners. Auditory learners and students who like to debate enjoy the oral discussions. For gifted and accelerated learners, assignments that ask students to engage higher order thinking activities like evaluating situations and ideas, comparing and contrasting, and providing justification for their thinking, help build critical thinking skills.
Watch your kids flex their creative muscles with activities that ask them too apply ideas to different contexts and come up with creative solutions to problems. Writing activities have students developing stories and narratives, and use their imaginations to answer questions. In Social Studies and Science children use a variety of written, oral, and hands-on activities to explore topics.
Our reviewers got to sample Language Arts, Science, and History packages on a wide range of topics. The Language Arts packages included online guides and books. Social Studies packages and Science packages came with physical guides and a wide range of other resources depending on the topic.
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A big thank you to Brandy of Kingdom Academy Homeschool for writing this introductory post.
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