Which elective courses would best suit your student? With his goals in mind, what approach might work best? For information regarding necessary elective credits please turn to page 4 in High School of Your Dreams. For additional elective resources, please see page 14. For assistance from a consultant, who will design an individualized approach and resources tailored to your student’s abilities, interests, and goals, our support team is on hand, ready to help! Please see Support Services and ‘Individualized Academic Plan’ or email: email@example.com.
Praise Him with Your Very Life: A Collection of Plays
This collection of plays may be presented on stage as entertainment with full dramatic flair. These exceptional and highly entertaining plays will fully engage students as they perform in public to family, neighborhood, and homeschool groups. Permission is extended to families/groups to make copies of these plays for use in staging small performances where there is no admission fee charged.
Six plays in all; spiral binding for ease of use; musical pieces and settings included. 173 pages. 8½" x 11" Shrink-wrapped.
Pilgrims of the Holy Family
A Catholic alternative to 4-H and Scouts for boys and girls ages 10 and up! This family activity program is designed to teach proficiency in a variety of life skills for the purpose of developing well-rounded young men and women. Use with your own family or combine with others to form a Multi-Family Group. 74 challenging achievements; high-quality, colorful badges are available to encourage, motivate, and reward. Highly recommended!
A Girl's Guide to Home Skills
This Christian-based resource will take you through the areas of a home, offering checklists, scheduling charts, and detailed instructional home lessons to teach your daughter the necessary skills for housekeeping and making a home-sweet-home.
A Girl’s Guide contains the following color-coded sections:
- Sparkling Clean Bathrooms
- Kozy & Inviting Kitchens
- Lovely Living Rooms
- Provident Pantries
- Genuine Hospitality
- Comfortable & Tidy Bedrooms
- Organized Closets
- Tidy Yards & Porches
Printed on quality papers with reproducible charts. 170 pgs. Spiral-bound, softcover. 8½"x11"
The Young Man's Handybook
This Christian-based book instructs boys to be prepared on the homefront! Topics include:
- IN THE KITCHEN
- THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN
- FIRST AID & SAFETY
- THE YOUNG HANDYMAN
- LET'S GO TO THE WOODSHED
- ALONG THE GARDEN FENCE
- THE COUNTRY BOY
- OUTGROWING THE PIGGYBANK
Spiral bound. 8.5" x 11" 181 pgs.
The following elective titles can be found at numerous new and used bookstores.
Electronics the Easy Way—Barron’s
Radio Shack Electronic Kits and Books
Our homeschooled children have hearts for their family…Our home schoolers also are better socialized…more confident and of course better grounded in their faith and in life in general. They also far better educated. They read, write, and do math much better than their school educated siblings, even the one who went to a very expensive private Catholic boys high school. They are able to think outside the box and that makes them very good at science. They had time during high school to pursue their interests. One is ranked third nationally in 4-H Equine Science and a championship Equestrienne. One is an Eagle Scout and a championship Fencer. One was in the Rose Bowl parade Honor Marching Band and was a college level soccer player. … the greatest blessing is that they are good productive citizens who practice and love their Catholic faith and aren't ashamed to share it with others. We love all of our children but the ones who were homeschooled through high school have had a great advantage over the others. —E.M.
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