My youngest will be in fifth grade this coming school year, 2020-2021. Here is what I have set aside for her school work:
Bible – GraceLink.net – Primary
We also read Young Disciple Magazine for our family devotional.
Language Arts – Wordly Wise 3000, Book 4-5 (vocabulary);
Logic of English Essentials, Level A; this represents mostly spelling, but there are grammar and vocabulary concepts, as well as punctuation rules being taught here. We hope to move from level A to level B and finish all lessons. We will see what kind of speed we can adopt. Spelling is a growth area for this student and we just take it at her pace.
Spelling Bee (word list and participation in our “school” level bee at a local homeschool group);
Writing with Ease (Book 3);
Rod and Staff Grammar;
Mensa for Kids Reading List for grades 4th-6th (so not the entire list, continuing on it and pacing ourselves through it)
Math – Math Mammoth, 5th grade
Social Studies – Story of the World, Vol. 3, Early Modern Period; geography lesson plans based on reference books I have around the house (Famous Places etc); Tennessee History for Kids booklets
Science – Science Olympiad (if there is one this year), Nature Study (we follow Handbook of Nature Study suggestions), Christian Schools International Science Textbook
Music – Violin; Youth Orchestra (if they will NOT require masks); piano
Physical Education – Taekwondo; hiking with Wild + Free Great Smoky Mountains
Art – Classes at Art Studio of the Smokies
French – French for Children, Primer A + B
Romanian – I read to them from the story books I have in Romanian plus I speak to them in Romanian as much as possible.
Latin – Latin for Children, Primer A
I hope this gives you some options and ideas. Of course, there are so many programs that are just as good as what I have picked. So do feel free to ask me questions.
This is so helpful. Thank you so much.
Glad to hear it helps somebody. 🙂
Thanks for sharing! I always enjoy seeing what other homeschoolers are using.
Thank you for the comment. Not everyone takes the time. 😉