homeschool curriculum picks for 2023-2024 school year

Homeschool Curriculum Picks for 2023-2024

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It’s that time again to pick our homeschool curriculum for the 2023-2024 school year.

I’m sharing some of the curriculum we are continuing to use because we love it, and some of the new companies I’m taking a look at for this fall.

I’m always open to looking at new currciulums. You never know what would be a good fit for your family until you try or at least pour over the samples.

Homeschool Curriculum Picks for the 2023-2024 School Year

What curriculum am I loving??

Denison Math

If your child struggles with math…run to Denison. You will not be sorry.

I’ve never seen a math curriculum that was more clear and easy to use than this one. There are video lessons with instructions to follow along in a workbook, and very Dyslexic friendly, solution videos for every single math problem. It’s just the best.

I have a daughter that hates math actually doing algebra without complaining.

My only complaint about Denison Math, it’s a little pricy. It does fall over my math budget for several children but it’s well worth it to me because my children are finally learning algebra.

This curriculum has every subject under the sun as well as some fun topics that don’t get a lot of attention.

It’s perfect for supplementing or using a full course for an entire subject.

We love the Science courses for high school. My daughter really enjoys the Anatomy and Physiology 101 course. The videos really help her visualize organ systems and anatomy in general.

The short videos are packed with knowledge but simple to understand. Each video is followed by a series of review questions and my kids take notes from the video as well.

There are unit tests after each chapter to help with the retention of information. I let my kids use their notes on these tests.

The parent dashboard gives you quick access to your child’s grades and you can even see how many attempts they used on the quizzes. is very minimalistic and can be taken on the go. All you need is a laptop and a notebook. Technically the notebook is optional but I require my children to take notes on each lesson.

You can even use as dual credit and help your high schoolers earn college credit at home. There are also many test prep courses such as CLEP study guides to prepare your high schooler for college. is definitely a strong resource that could benefit any type of homeschool family. I’ll be using their video classes as we move forward with the 2023 fall school year.

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What new curriculum am I looking at for 2023-2024?

Mystery of History

This is something we have used briefly in the past when my kids were little and I’d love to use their materials for my high schoolers.

It’s a biblical-based history that is broken down into time periods with many activities to pick and choose from. They have audio readings of all the chapters and that’s something my dyslexic daughter really loves.

I feel following along in the book while listening to audio is how she learns best and that is hard to find.

There are so many resources that go with Mystery of History, you can mix and match study guides, map drawings, bible lessons, literature books and crafts. You can build it up or keep it simple.

Essentials in Writing

This language arts course looks so simple and organized. Short video lessons with a workbook to follow along. I love how it combines grammar and writing for a more natural approach.

I haven’t tried Essentials in Writing yet but I know it’s a homeschool favorite and I’ve been eyeballing it for a while now.

I think Essentials in Writing would be a wonderful t for my high schoolers this coming fall. Please comment below if you have used it and how you like it!

I’d love to hear what your favorite curriculums are and what changes you are making for your upcoming curriculum for the 2023-2024 school year. Please comment below.

my homeschool curriculum picks for 2023-2024

Thanks for sharing!

2 thoughts on “Homeschool Curriculum Picks for 2023-2024”

  1. Sophie Cortes

    How long have you been using Denison math ? And how is it going ?
    I just bought pre algebra for me daughter and we just discovered it.

    1. I’ve been using it for a year now with a Dyslexic daughter. I can’t recommend it enough! She is doing Algebra all by herself. It’s so well organized. Short simple lessons. I think you will love it!

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