Let’s just face it. We have homeschooled kids with unique needs and being able to build creative homeschool curriculum directly from Amazon is a huge benefit.
Not only do we get it quickly, but we love the savings.
Too, I love being able to return any supplies or curriculum that don’t work for us.
Although, I love homeschool conventions, there have been some years that I just couldn’t go.
It takes time to build curriculum for older learners and I love the flexibility of being able to choose curriculum specifically for my kids.
Many times through the years, my selections for middle school curriculum have been from different companies.
At this age and grade most kids have strengths that have emerged and weaknesses too.
I know it can be challenging and overwhelming to make choices and also to be sure you cover everything. So I’ve taken time to create different lists or boards in my Amazon store and have selected items which I have either used personally or have some experience with.
Organizing them by boards or lists (you know my fixation with lists) will help you to quickly see flexible choices.
Also, I wanted you to know I have these posts also which are How to Build Elementary Homeschool Curriculum Directly From Amazon and How to Build High School Curriculum Directly From Amazon.
I have created the following lists and will continue to add to them as I come across things that have worked for me:
- Middle School Math List
- Middle School Language Arts List
- Middle School Literature
- Electives for Middle School
- Middle School Science
- Middle School History
- School Supplies – Older Learners
Unique Homeschool Middle School Curriculum
Also, in summer time don’t forget to check Homeschool Buyers Co-op for free summer homeschool curriculum and programs because it’s a good way of giving some of your favorites a trial run.
I think you’ll love my Amazon storefront as I will be updating my likes and finds that have worked well for me through the years.
For more help check out my Homeschool Helps page where I’ve listed resources for K to 12. I’ve homeschooled a long time and have used lots of great resources.
You’ll also want to look at these tips:
- Big Ol’ List of All-In-One Homeschool Curriculum (a.k.a Boxed)
- 7 Budget-Friendly Language Arts Curriculum to Pair with Unit Studies (with printable)
- 5 Best Resources to Start a Homeschool Unit Study in a Few Hours
Hugs and love ya,