"Therefore encourage one another, and build up one another, just as you also are doing."1 Thessalonians 5:11
Homeschool Materials
Determining whether to design a curriculum, use a curriculum already available, or do a bit of both? These are questions you many have for getting started with homeschooling. To assist you in your decision-making, here are links to curriculums, references, catalogs, and other materials to begin.


seton Seton Home Study School chs Catholic Homeschooling by Mary Kay Clark
chc Catholic Heritage Curricula cc Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum by Laura Berquist
Kolbe Academy homeward Catholic Education: Homeward Bound by Kimbery Hahn and Mary Hasson
Queen of Heaven Academy cfh Catholic Family Handbook by Father Lawrence Lovasik
e2 Mother of Divine Grace pareniting Parenting with Grace by Gregory Popcak

Our Lady of Victory

cmc Charlotte Mason Companion by Karen Andreola
transporter Transporter Fr. Francis Peffley's teaching tools and doctrines (very orthodox) ec The Educated Child by William Bennett
lovelogic Love and Logic (Not Catholic) Information on Parenting twtl2 The Way They Learn by Cyntia Ulrich Tobias
for real learning Horizons Math (Not Catholic) good family Good Families Don't Just Happen by Catherine and Joseph Garcia-Pratts
The Homeschool Buyers Co-op (Not Catholic) Nation's Largest Purchasing Cooperative for Homeschoolers heroic Only Heroic Catholic Families Will Survive by Fr. Robert Fox
roman R. C. History work 401 Ways to Get Your Kids to Work at Home by Bonnie McCullough and Sue Monson
Sacred Heart Books and Gifts The Well Trained Mind
fiar Five in a Row (Not Catholic, but Christian) teach Teach Your Child To Read in 100 Easy Lessons
rainbow Rainbow Resource (Not Catholic) resourceful website for just about anything you need for homeschooling at discounted prices homeschooling Adoremus Books