Guest Hollow is one of my favorite homeschooling resources. I love sharing how their high school Chemistry changed our whole schooling experience around. Now my big kids love science. This year they are doing Physics and I never have to worry about them actually doing their work because they are excited about learning.
Recently Guest Hollow released a new curriculum - Beowulf's Grammar. This is designed for grades 2-6. While I don't have a student in those grades currently, I'm so excited to share it with you and I love knowing this resource is there when we are ready for it as well. See one of the main things I love about all of Guest Hollow's curriculum is that they write for the students. There is a lot of thought of how kids learn and want to learn. This keeps things fun.
Be sure to visit GuestHollow.com for additional information and a table of contents of what it taught.
Now for the exciting part!
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I'm interested in their literature-based curriculum.ReplyDelete
I like the mathReplyDelete
The Science of Seasons sounded pretty interesting for younger students.ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting this giveaway. I have never used any products from Guest Hollow, but I have heard a lot of wonderful things. I'm glad I found my way here from Timberdoodle's Blog Team page.ReplyDelete
I'm looking hard at using htis with my wiggly boy next year. Looks like a perfect fit.ReplyDelete
I found several that were interesting, but I am especially interested in the Pre-Algebra curriculum.ReplyDelete
LOVE THE PRIZEReplyDelete