Robinson Curriculum - Finally Found my Niche
Here is my Robinson Curriculum Review. I looked at it quite a few years ago and regret that I didn't start using it then. I am using it now and feel like I am finally "home".
The curriculum was developed by a homeschool Dad after his wife suddenly passed away and he was left to homeschool his 6 children.
I like it because it is a simple approach. It is not easy, but it is simple. I also like the fact that there are audios and articles you can use that help you understand the philosophy and give you ideas on how to implement this curriculum in your home. The students that use the curriculum have a high level of success both in testing and in real life.
The only drawback that I can see is that you might not want to adhere to the time constraints outlined in the curriculum.
My review of the Robinson Curriculum is that I highly recommend this self-teaching curriculum.
Levels Used: Ages 6-17
Dates Used: some for 2007-08 and most for 2008
My main dislike is printing the books. I have lots of literature here at home and don't like to waste the ink even though I have a laser printer. What happens if I print out a whole book and then my children don't like it? Not sure of the best way to bind either.
This review was written by homeschooler, Heidi Johnson. Heidi specializes in helping families find resources to simplify and improve their lives. For more tips on homeschooling, grab your free report "How to Homeschool using the Best Resources" at Homeschool How To.
Help other homeschoolers by sharing your experiences. How? Simply click here to write a review, share your schedule or post a photo of your schoolroom.
You Might Also Like: