BookShark homeschool curriculum is literature-based, 4-day, and faith-neutral. See it at BOOKSHARK.COM.
Kim McInerney, a busy homeschool mom, says,
“My daughter is on the spectrum as well as OCD, and has instantly taken to this curriculum. It is incredibly structured (which makes both of us ecstatic). The books are great, and the kits are awesome too. I’m running my daughter to all kinds of appointments, and this curriculum fits in amazingly. We are first year BookShark customers and happy as a lark.”
Kim is right! BookShark’s fully planned, 4-day homeschool curriculum flexes to match your busy lifestyle. The detailed Instructor’s Guides lay everything out so clearly that you are prepared to teach in mere minutes each day—open your guide, gather your resources (which are all included in your package), and go! Curriculum for ages 4-16 is available in All-Subject Packages or by individual academic areas: Reading with History, Language Arts, Science, and Math. With BookShark’s literature-rich programs, your children will read (or have read to them) 35-50 engaging books each year! Visit BOOKSHARK.COM to browse curriculum, download samples, or request a catalog.
Our curriculum has been reviewed and given approval by Faith Berens, special needs educator. You can read her article here.
Reading with History D – Ages 8 – 11, Intro to American History Year 1 of 2 Curriculum Review
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SPED Homeschool Review Crew Feedback
What was the one thing that most impressed you about this curriculum?
The thoughtfulness of what they included with the materials. The company even included Vis-a-vis markers, tape and glue so parents would have everything they needed when they opened the box.
What is the one thing that parents of children with learning needs should be aware of when looking into this program?
I wasn’t really disappointed with anything in this curriculum. However, I would like to see alternative schedule options for children who need fewer transitions. Perhaps a way to focus on one book or one item at a time before moving onto another book.