The Weaver Curriculum is a unique unit-based, Christian homeschool curriculum. For grades PreK-12, this family-based curriculum uses the same daily Bible theme as a foundation and then creates lessons for each student. Your students are then studying the same main subject the same time with individual lesson assignment geared to each student's grade level. For example if you were teaching about the plagues of Egypt, your student would learn about frogs in science, Egyptian topography in geography, pharaohs in history, and so forth. Using this one-room schoolhouse type teaching, students are able to glean information from each other.
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Great for preschoolers and kindergarteners, this Christian homeschool curriculum will ground your young students in academic basics. Based on the Bible, Interlock weaves many subjects together to give your young children a comprehensive learning experience.Shop Weaver Interlock
The Weaver Curriculum is divided by Volumes and Supplemental Volumes. Volumes 1 through 5 are for grades K-6, and Supplemental Volumes 1 through 5 are for grades 7-12. Each Volume contains lesson layouts for every corresponding grade level in binder format. All material and subject matter is based on the Bible, and each Volume represents one year of Christian homeschool curriculum.
These fun, easy-to-use language resources are wonderful supplements to The Weaver Curriculum's basic unit studies. Created to help students learn solid English skills, the diverse language resources cover everything from spelling and reading to proper grammar and literature. Parents are strongly encouraged to use this Christian homeschool curriculum to fully experience the advantages of The Weaver Curriculum. Resources may also be used independently.Shop Weaver Language Resources
This Christian homeschool curriculum has many teaching resources to assist teachers with lesson planning, multi-level classroom teaching, motivational activities, and more. Designed to save time, the teaching resources help parents be more effective and include simple, easy-to-follow teaching steps. Parents are strongly encouraged to use these teaching resources so they understand The Weaver Curriculum's lesson structure, goals, and academic organization.Shop Weaver Teaching Resources
Horizons Physical Education is an activity-filled curriculum filled with learning exercise techniques, important fitness skills, and healthy living habits taught from a Christian perspective. This Christian homeschool curriculum teaches your student everything from various sports and games to motor skills and teamwork. Unlike all the other Horizons subjects, Physical Education is taught with only teacher's guides. Divided into four complete teacher's guides covering PreK-12th grade, these easy-to-use guides contain all the teaching material and goals needed for each grade level for a full school year. In addition, time-saving resources such as teacher instructions, sample lesson plans, and daily student activities are also included.Shop Horizons Physical Education
Horizons Spelling & Vocabulary is a phonics-based Christian homeschool curriculum that gives a comprehensive presentation of typical spelling concepts. Built-in flexibility allows parents to add words to the weekly lists and to alter the specifications for the writing assignments to tailor the material to individual student needs. Fun, colorful lessons encourage your student to improve and develop spelling skills. New spelling words are introduced throughout exciting activities and word puzzles. Each grade has a student dictionary to help develop vocabulary skills. Horizons Spelling & Vocabulary, for grades 1-3, can be used as a stand-alone spelling program or as a main subject.Shop Horizons Spelling & Vocabulary
The Weaver Curriculum is a unique program because it is biblically integrated. Instead of adding Scripture to something that has already been written, Weaver starts with Scripture and draws in the various topics and subjects to be studied.
Weaver is unit study at its best! Whenever possible, all the students in the family study the same topics at the same time with individual lesson assignments geared to each student's age and grade level. For example, when the first grader is drawing a frog and learning where the frog lives, the sixth grader is studying the life cycle of a frog and drawing it in detail.
Weaver is a hands-on, activity-based curriculum. Students learn by using as many senses as possible, so Weaver guides them to use them all! The lessons include projects, maps, murals, timelines, models, collections, field trips, research, experiments, and other interactive activities. These features work together to help students retain more information.