Non-Religious 2019 Ninth-Grade Curriculum Kit
This year you will love helping your child plan for college, an apprenticeship, or a specific vocation. He will study biology, American history, and geometry. With creative art, robust STEM learning, and hands-on materials that develop logical thinking, this first year of high school will be a year packed with happy memories for both of you!
We asked the families who used our high school kits how long their students spent on "school." Most of the families worked on academics 4 or 5 days a week and spent 3-5 hours a day specifically on Timberdoodle materials. It is common for families to spend more or less time than that, so don't stress if your schedule doesn't exactly match up. And, of course, the time you spend will be greatly impacted by how in-depth your student takes their studies, their learning approach, how distractible they allow themselves to be, and much more. You’ll be able to plan yours to work best for you with your access to the online Timberdoodle Scheduler, included with your kit. Make sure you allow your family some time to find your own rhythm!
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2019 Non-Religious 9th Grade Handbook + Scheduler
We wanted our curriculum handbook to be extremely simple, easy to use, and promote independent study as early as possible. Our guides are designed to get you up and running - today - without being overwhelming, boring, or confusing.Learn More
English I: Language Skills
English Language Skills reviews the eight parts of speech and assigns students writing pieces that inform, entertain, persuade, and challenge.Learn More
Implications of Literature 9th Grade Explorer
Implications of Literature is an academically rigorous high school literature series that features traditional, values-oriented content. Implications of Literature texts are designed to build comprehension, critical and analytical skills.Learn More
99 Stories I Could Tell
The elements of creative writing and doodling join forces to produce a book like no other, 99 Stories I Could Tell. By finishing doodles and answering questions, this journal will help your teen create a list of 99 stories worthy of being told.Learn More
Word Roots Level 3
Children with a solid grasp of word roots will have better reading comprehension skills, because they have the ability to decode words. Word Roots teaches the meanings of Latin and Greek prefixes, roots, and suffixes of words commonly used in English.Learn More
Math-U-See Readiness Assessments
If you are looking for a manipulative-based curriculum that ensures your children will be able to fully understand each mathematical concept before moving on to another one, you have found it in Math-u-See.Learn More
Extreme Dot to Dot: Extreme Animals
Extreme Dot to Dot: Extreme Animals Softcover book has 32 puzzles, including Wolverine, Leafy Sea Dragon, Flying Squirrel, and more.Learn More
Building Thinking Skills Book 3 Verbal
Building Thinking Skills Book 3 Verbal helps your middle and high school students develop four basic analytical skills (similarities/differences, sequences, classification, and analogies) through both figural and verbal problems.Learn More
In Anti-Virus Mutation your child will test his visual-spatial perception and his strategic planning as he slides the brightly-colored molecules to successfully clear an exit path for the red virus.Learn More
People, Places, and Principles of America - 2
People, Places, and Principles of American 2 covers American history from the Civil War to 2012.Learn More
The United States Constitution - A Graphic Adaptation
A fine introduction to U.S. legal history, The United States Constitution - A Graphic Adaptation explores the historical context in which various elements of the Constitution originated, includLearn More
Written by a homeschooling husband and wife team, Friendly Biology covers topics such as mitosis and meiosis, genetics, taxonomy, ecology, an overview of all human body systems, and much more.Learn More
Mand Labs Premium Kit
Targeted toward complete beginners, Mand Labs Premium Kit uses 165 industrial-grade electronic components and tools, two guidebooks, 9 hours of online discussions and step-by-step, app-based instructions to encourage your teen to learn at his own pace.Learn More
Premium Professor Teaches Office Super Set
Professor Teaches provides realistic, interactive, and complete training for Office 2013 and 2010, Windows, QuickBooks, Web Design, PC Security, Accounting, and Photoshop CC.Learn More
How to Draw Almost Everything
For the teen or parent who feels timid when it comes to drawing, How to Draw Almost Everything will give you the confidence you need to draw over 2000 images!Learn More
Cracking the PSAT/NMSQT
Cracking the PSAT/NMSQT includes all the math, critical reading and grammar skills you need to ace the PSAT, as well as 2 full-length practice tests, numerous drills, and explanations for answers to all drill and practice test questions.Learn More
Mixed By Me - Hypercolor Thinking Putty Kit
Mixed By Me Thinking Putty Kit - Bounce, Stretch, Tear, Drip, Snap, Even Shatter Thinking Putty.Learn More
This is the first time I've ordered Timberdoodle curriculum. I wished I would of discovered them years ago!
Timberdoodle is great! My son enjoys what he is learning and loves the format and content.
They can work independently.