Ultimate Guide to Classical Curriculum

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This is an exhaustive (and exhausting) list of Classical Curriculum Providers, Co-ops, Continuing Education & Bloggers. We will begin by looking at the Classical Curriculum providers that offer curriculum choices across all subjects. For the most part I will not mention their individual curriculum except in the case of some of their curriculum that I feel  is often over looked.

Complete Classical Curriculum

 Subject Specific Guide to Classical Curriculum

 Classical Memory & Recitation

 

Guide to Classical Language Arts9780941995306

 Guide to Classical Math

It’s my opinion that most math programs can be used in a classical fashion so under this section I will list , my favorite math programs and math supplements.

 Guide to Classical History & Science

Ultimate Guide to Classical Music/Art/Foreign Language

 

Ultimate Guide to Classical Curriculum

 Ultimate Guide to Classical Book Lists

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There are several overlaps between Classical and Charlotte Mason methodologies and often the same curriculum can be used to accomplish the goals of each of the methods. Normally, the difference comes in how the curriculum is used to meet the goals of the methods. Both methodologies however rely on great books or as our Charlotte Mason friends call them “twaddle free” books. So here you will note some great CM Bloggers have been included because of their amazing book lists!

Ultimate Guide to Classical Stages

 

 Ultimate Guide to Classical Co-ops & Online Learning

 Guide to Classical Bloggers

 Ultimate Guide to Classical “Continuing Education Units”

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Is there a resource that I’ve missed PLEASE add it to the comments, I’ll update the list periodically! So what resources listed (or not) have you found to be very useful and why? PLEASE Share the amazing Classical Curriculums you find and be sure to follow this blog and this page to stay abreast!

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Kyle is a full time frugal wife of Wayneand Mama to 5 adorable children: Peyton (15), Parker (10),Pearson (8), Parson (3) & Providence (3). My hope is to present families with an attainable simplified model of classical education with a Charlotte Mason twist.She likes listening to audio books, watching the kids play sports or piano & doing anything with my husband! She likes to do all of that while having a cup of coffee! You can find her blogging on a regular basis here at Aspired Living, The Curriculum Choice & Womanhood with Purpose.

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Kyle is a full time frugal wife of Wayne and Mama to 5 adorable children: Peyton (15), Parker (10),Pearson (8), Parson (3) & Providence (3). My hope is to present families with an attainable simplified model of classical education with a Charlotte Mason twist.She likes listening to audio books, watching the kids play sports or piano & doing anything with my husband! She likes to do all of that while having a cup of coffee! You can find her blogging on a regular basis here at Aspired Living, The Curriculum Choice & Womanhood with Purpose.

78 thoughts on “Ultimate Guide to Classical Curriculum

  1. I have been wanting to use the Fallacy Detective for some time now! Thanks for the giveaway & for a GREAT post. I am pinning it for reference later.

  2. I’m new to the world of homeschooling as my oldest is almost four. I’ve heard about Sonlight and teach your child how to read in…but I don’t have experience with either. Right now I think I’m just interested in getting exposed to what’s out there and available. Thanks for offering this!

  3. I am interested in trying the “Fallacy Detective”. We have a rising Logic Stage learner and I will be gathering critical thinking and logic curriculum for this coming school year. I previously read about Fallacy Detective in WTM if I am not mistaken. So I would love the opportunity to win it in the giveaway. Thanks!

  4. I have not used any of these products as of yet. (So many choices for homeschoolers today!) I’m particularly interested in the Fallacy Detective. I’m more eclectic than strictly classical in my teaching approach, but critical thinking and logic are something that I think everyone needs to learn!

  5. I am really interested in the “Affordable Plans for Busy Moms” one. I have a lot of kids all of which have different needs, so that one would be REALLY helpful.

    1. Stay tuned Polly, we are a large family also and I will go over how to meet needs & budgets this summer! Also I have a very detailed post on homeschooling for free. 😀

  6. Great guide list. We’re gearing up to homeschool the second generation. This giveaway would be a tremendous help.

  7. As a product is the public school system, and a teacher of 15 Years experience, I have seen many changes in Public education, To the detriment of both earnest teachers and their students. This is why I am homeschooling my 3 and 4 year olds. I have no background in education (although I am very well read and majored in both science and language arts). Any of these publishers would interest me.

  8. I have not heard of any of these materials but they all look great. I would live to be the winner.

  9. I am interested in a few of the publishers, Abeka and Veritas Press. I am just getting into classicial learning this year, and love the structure. The others I haven’t heard of but am planning to look them up. I am also really glad you posted some classical bloggers that I can look into.

  10. I’m interested in the Tapestry of Grace curriculum the most, but I also think the phonics course in the giveaway would be fun!

  11. I’ve always wanted to learn Latin and since I am homeschooling my kids I can finally learn with them. Great list

  12. I’m most interested in the Fallacy Detective from the Critical Thinking Company – I’ve heard a lot of great things about it!! 🙂

  13. I am interested in your Latin resources. But all the resources would be great to try out. Great giveaway!

  14. That’s an impressive list of classical resources!

    Saxon Math and Elemental Science are my favorite resources for math and science. We’ve always used Phonics Pathway to teach reading. Rod and Staff English is a wonderful grammar program that has worked well for my family.

  15. New to the homeschooling world and completely on board for the classical curriculum when I start 1st grade with ds1 next year. Was wondering how I go about entering for the giveaway. Thanks

    1. New to the homeschooling world and completely on board for the classical curriculum when I start 1st grade with ds1 next year. Was wondering how I go about entering for the giveaway. Thanks

      (Had a typo in my email address in the previous post. Sorry)

      1. Since you’ve left a comment it should be unlocked. Then you simply pick and choose how many entries you’d like to use. You get a certain number of entries for liking a facebook page etc… Blessings! Kyle

  16. I love that you are doing this giveaway. I have read Teaching the Trivium and am trying to change our homeschooling from using textbooks to more of a classical approach. I have been reading about the Fallacy Detective and would love to use it with my kids.

  17. I have been wanting to use the Fallacy Detective with my middle schooler. Thanks for the giveaway.

  18. We have tried Visual Latin through there free downloads. So far we enjoy the lessons we are up to lesson 3 in Latin. We have explored purchasing through Memoria Press, and are also interested in the Fallacy detectives.

    1. If your kids are young I highly recommend Classical Academic Press Song School Latin, my 3 year old twins can speak Latin and they aren’t even taking it! 😉

  19. I would love alpha phonics I have a pre reader and have no idea how to teach someone to read. I just picked it up when I was young.

  20. Whew! What great lists! Thanks so much for including Librivox in your list of classical books! When I can’t get to the library or when I need to find a specific passage in a book quickly, Librivox is the perfect place to find those classics.

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