This is a continuation from this post about my homeschool bookshelves.
Middle column, second row down is Samantha’s cubbie. It is the place she keeps all her schoolbooks when they’re not in use.
She doesn’t have very many books in there right now because she is now doing most of her school work in the study. Our oldest daughter moved out in September and we turned her room into a guest room/study. We moved in a couple bookshelves, a small computer desk, and Roy’s college stuff. Now Samantha (and Roy) have a quiet room to go and do their studies. We also put our old computer in there and Samantha uses that for her math.
Here’s a list of her curriculum, most of which is normally on that shelf:
Bible – She reads a couple chapters every day, choosing which book of the Bible she wants to work through. Starting tomorrow she’s going to do the same Bible reading plan as me.
Math – Teaching Textbooks
English – Bob Jones
Vocabulary – Word Wisdom from Zaner-Bloser (also where I get my handwriting curriculum for the younger children)
Spelling – Sequential Spelling
Art – Artistic Pursuits (though she needs the next book!)
And that is Sam’s Cubbie!