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Homeschooling Scope & Sequence

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By EHO Staff

What should your child be learning? Are there milestones you should know about? Some say yes, some say no. There are a number of scope and sequences available to help you in determining what types of things children commonly do at a particular age. Those who put together their own curriculum or unschool will find this particularly useful.

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Online Free Scope & Sequences and Content Standard Guides

Technology Scope & Sequence

Idaho Content Standards Idaho Dept. of Education

Grade-by-Grade Guide to Building Visual Arts Lessons This grade-by-grade guide from the Getty provides visual arts lesson suggestions for students at different skill levels.

World Book Typical Course of Study

National Science Education Standards

Mathematically Correct Mathematics Standards of Learning

Virginia Standards - English, history, math, science, technology, foreign language, fine arts, health, physical education

Mathematics Benchmarks K-12

Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning - A compendium of content standards and benchmarks for K-12 education in both searchable and browsable formats.

Scope & Sequence Books

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