Homeschool Abbreviations

Here is the list I use, some are repeated.
ACE "Accelerated Christian Education" ACT "American College Test," standardized test for entrance to some colleges and universities ADHD "Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder" ADD "Attention-Deficit Disorder," (ADHD is now preferred) AFT "American Federation of Teachers," a large association of schoolteachers (NOT the same as the larger NEA), functioning as a labor union in states that permit collective bargaining AG "Analytical Grammar" or "Activity Guide" ANWOA "A New World of Adventure" AO "Alpha Omega," a Christian curriculum publisher ASL "American Sign Language" ATAWA "A Trip Around the World" ATIA "Advanced Training Institute" (Bill Gothard) ATTA "All Through the Ages" AWOA "A World of Adventure" B4FIAR "Before Five In a Row," preschool literature-based curriculum BBOB "Big Book of Books" BBOP "Big Book of Projects" BF "Beautiful Feet," a Christian curriculum publisher BFIAR "Beyond Five-in-a-Row," upper elementary literature-based curriculum, ages 8-12 BITM "Blessed is the Man" BJ, BJU, BJUP "Bob Jones University Press," a Christian curriculum publisher BTS "Building Thinings Skills," published by The Critical Thinking Company CBD "Christian Book Distributors," mail-order book retailer in Pennsylvania CC "Classical Composition" CCC "Christ-Centered Curriculum," a Christian curriculum CGC "Considering God's Creation," a Christian science curriculum CLE "Christian Light Education" CLP "Christian Liberty Press," a Christian curriculum publisher CM "Charlotte Mason," 19th-century British educator; her theories CPM "college preparatory materials" CS "Christian school" CW "Classical Writing" DG "Daily Grams" DK "Dorling Kindersley" EA "Exploring America" EEaH "Early Education at Home" EFTTC "English for the Thoughtful Child," elementary grammar text EG "Easy Grammar" ETC "Explode the Code," series of phonics workbooks FAR "Far Above Rubies," Christian high school unit study curriculum for girls FIAR "Five In A Row," lower elementary grades literature-based curriculum, ages 4-8 FIIR, FIR "For Instruction In Righteousness," a Doorpost product FLL "First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind" FUFI "Further Up and Further In" (Narnia study) GCB "Great Christian Books," mail-order/retail bookstore in Maryland

GSA "Great Science Adventures" GTG "Galloping the Globe" GWG "Growing With Grammar GWS "Growing Without Schooling," the oldest home schooling magazine HBJ "Harcourt, Brace & Javonovich," secular curriculum publisher HEM "Home Education Magazine" HM "Houghton Mifflin," a curriculum publisher HMSC "home school" (HMSC is useful as HS may be ambiguous) HMSCing "home schooling" HMSCer "home schooler" HOP "Hooked on Phonics," a commercial reading instruction curriculum HOW "Heart of Wisdom" HS "home school" or "high school" HSing "home schooling" HSer "home schooler" or "high schooler" HSLDA "Home School Legal Defense Association" HWT "Handwriting Without Tears" IBLP "Institute Biblical Life Principles" (Bill Gothard) IEP "Individualized Education Plan," mandated for students in some categories by federal law, intended for all students under some planned implementations of outcome-based education IEW "Institute for Excellence in Writing" ILL "Intermediate Language Lessons" IRA "International Reading Association," an organization of persons involved in reading instruction in schools ISP "independent student program" (note that in the general Internet community, ISP is a common abbrevation for "Internet service provider") ITBS "Iowa Test of Basic Skills," a standardized achievement test given to schoolchildren, much like the Stanford Achievement Test JAG "Junior Analytical Grammar" KAH "Training our Daughters to be Keepers At Home," same as TOD KF "Kingfisher," a publisher KOTF "Keepers of the Faith" LA "Learning Adventures" or "Language Arts" LC "Latina Christiana" LC1 "Latina Christiana I" LC2 "Latina Christiana II" LD "learning disabled" LFBC "Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum" LFC "Latin for Children" LGTW "Learning Grammar Through Writing," the grammar supplement to LLATL LIA "Life in America" LLATL, LLAL "Learning Language Arts Through Literature," language arts curriculum using excerpts from literature as the foundation for all aspects of language LMS "Listen My Son," a Christian unit study curriculum for high school boys LOL "Lifestyle of Learning," a free monthly newsletter discussing the topics in WWOL (note that in the general Internet community, LOL is a VERY common abbreviation for "laughing out loud" and more) MCP "Modern Curriculum Press," a curriculum publisher MFW "My Father's World"

MkMM "Making Math Meaningful," a commercial mathematics curriculum, not to be confused with the one below with the almost identical name MMdM "Math Made Meaningful," a commercial mathematics curriculum, not be confused with the one above with the almost identical name MME "Math Made Easy" MMM "Making Math Meaningful" or "Math Made Meaningful", two DIFFERENT commercial mathematics curricula, with almost identical names. Use MkMM or MMdM instead of MMM to be clear. MOH "Mystery of History" MOTH "Managers of Their Homes" MUS "Math-U-See," a commercial mathematics curriculum MWM "Moving With Math" NAEP "National Assessment of Education Progress," a testing program in reading, writing, math, and science conducted by ETS for the federal government NCTE "National Council of Teachers of English," a professional association that has established guidelines for English curricula NCTM "National Council of Teachers of Mathematics," a professional association that has established guidelines for math curricula NEA "National Education Association," founded in the 19th Century, now the largest association of schoolteachers, functioning as a labor union in states that permit collective bargaining NHEN "National Home Education Network" NL "newsletter" nt "no text," the subject line contains the entire message OBE "outcome-based education," a program of purported school reform (variously described as principally a management reform or principally a curriculum reform) already mandated in several states, in experimental implementation in various places OPG, OPGTR, TOPG, TOPGTR "The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading" PL "Prima Latina" PLL "Primary Language Lessons" PP "Prairie Primer," unit-study curriculum based on the Little House series of books PS "public school" PSS "public school system" R&S "Rod & Staff," a Christian curriculum publisher RGAA "Remembering God's Awesome Acts" RGCC "Remembering God's Chosen Children" RME "Reading Made Easy" RR "Reading Reflex" RS "Rainbow Science" RS4K "RealScience for Kids" SAT (1) "Scholastic Aptitude Test," a test used for college entrance published by Educational Testing Service (2) "Stanford Achievement Test," an achievement test used in primary and secondary grades to evaluate student progress Saxon "Saxon Publishers", a secular math, science, and phonics curriculum publisher SE "Simply English" SG "Simply Grammar" SL "Sonlight," a home school curriculum SM "Singapore Math"

SN "Simply Numbers" SOS "Switched on Schoolhouse" from AO SOT "School of Tomorrow" (was ACE) SOTW "Story of the World" SOW "Student of the Word" SP "Simply Phonics" SSRW "Sing Spell Read & Write," phonics and reading program SV "Steck-Vaughn," a secular curriculum publisher SWB "Susan Wise Bauer", co-author of TWTM SWR "Spell to Write and Read" TATRAS "Teach America To Read And Spell" TH "Teaching Home," a home schooling magazine TOD "Training Our Daughters to Be Keepers at Home," a Christian curriculum with a home economics emphasis TOG "Tapestry of Grace" TUAC "Train Up A Child," both a book and a listserv, although one has nothing to do with the other US "Unit Studies" USB "Usborne" VP "Veritas Press" WEM, TWEM "The Well-Educated Mind" WRTR "Writing Road to Reading" WTM, TWTM "The Well-Trained Mind" WWOL "Wisdom's Way of Learning," a book by Marilyn Howshall YRS "year-round schooling" AAH: All American History LL: Lightning Literature HOAC: Hands of a Child (Lapbooks) KBC: Knowledge Box Central (Lapbooks) L&L: Live and Learn Press (Lapbooks) TT: Teaching Textbooks (Math) FC: First Class dd = dear daughter ds = dear son dh = dear husband dmil = dear mother-in-law 100EL = Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons ACE = Accelerated Christian Education ACT = American College Test - standardized test for college entrance ADD = Attention-Deficit Disorder ADHD = Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder AFT = American Federation of Teachers ANWOA = A New World of Adventure AO = Alpha Omega - Christian curriculum publisher AOL = America On Line ASL = American Sign Language ATTA = All Through the Ages ATAW = A Trip Around the World

ATIA = Advanced Training Institute -Bill Gothard AWOA = A World of Adventure B4FIAR = Before Five In a Row - preschool curriculum BBOB = Big Book of Books BBOP = Big Book of Projects BFIAR = Beyond Five-in-a-Row - upper elementary curriclum BJ, BJU, BJUP = Bob Jones University Press BF = Beautiful Feet - Christian curriculum publisher BITM = Blessed is the Man BTS = Building Thinking Skills CBD = Christian Book Distributors - mail-order book retailer CCC = Christ Centered Curriculum CGC = Considering God's Creation - Christian science curriculum CIS = Compuserve Information Service - Compuserve online service CLE = Christian Light Education CLP = Christian Liberty Press - a Christian curriculum publisher CM = Charlotte Mason - 19th-century British educator and her theories CPM = College Preparatory Materials CS = Christian School CSBM Come Sit By Me DG = Daily Grams EA = Exploring America EEaH = Early Education At Home EFTTC = English for the Thouhtful Child - elementary grammar text EG = Easy Grammar ETC = Explode the Code - series of phonics workbooks FAR = Far Above Rubies - Christian high school unit study curriculum for girls FAQ = Frequently Asked Questions FIAR = Five In A Row - lower elementary curriculum FIIR = For Instruction In Righteousness FLL = First Language Lessons FUFI = Further Up and Further In - Narnia study GCB = Great Christian Books GSA = Great Science Adventures GTG = Galloping the Globe GWS = Growing Without Schooling - homeschooling magazine HBJ = Harcourt, Brace & Javonovich - curriculum publisher HEM = Home Education Magazine HM = Houghton Mifflin - a secular curriculum publisher HMSC = "home school" or "home schooling" HMSCer = "home schooler" HOP = Hooked on Phonics HOW = Heart of Wisdom HS = homeschool, also "high school" HSing = homeschooling HSer = homeschooler HSLDA = Home School Legal Defense Association HWT = Handwriting Without Tears IBLP = Institute Biblical Life PrinciplesBill Gothard

IEP = Individualized Education Plan IEW = Institute for Excellence in Writing ILL = Intermediate Language Lessons IRA = International Reading Association ISP = Independent Study Program ITBS = Iowa Test of Basic Skills - standardized test for schoolchildren KAH = Training our Daughters to be Keepers At Home KOTF = Keepers of the Faith LA = Learning Adventures LD = learning disabled LDS = Latter Day Saints - Mormons LFBC = Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum LGTW = Learning Grammar Through Writing LIA = Life in America LLATL, LLAL = Learning Language Arts Through Literature - language arts curriculum LMS = Listen My Son - Christian unit study curriculum LOL = Lifestyle of Learning - free monthly newsletter MCP = Modern Curriculum Press - secular curriculum publisher MME = Math Made Easy MFW = My Father's World MkMM (sometimes MMM)= Making Math Meaningful - commercial mathematics curriculum MMdM (sometimes MMM)= Math Made Meaningful - commercial mathematics curriculum MUS = Math-U-See - commercial mathematics curriculum MOH = Mystery of History MOTH = Managers of Their Homes MWM = Moving With Math NAEP = National Assessment of Education Progress - testing program conducted for the federal government NCTE = National Council of Teachers of English NCTM = National Council of Teachers of Mathematics NHEN = National Home Education Network NEA = National Education Association NL = Newsletter OBE = outcome based education PLL = Primary Language Lessons PP = Prairie Primer - unit-study curriculum based on the Little House books PS = public school PSS = public school system Q&A = question and answer RGAA = Remembering Gods Awesome Acts RGCC = Remembereing Gods Chosen Children RME = Reading Made Easy RR = Reading Reflex R&S = Rod & Staff - Christian curriculum publisher SAT = Scholastic Aptitude Test Saxon = Saxon Publishers SE = Simply English SG = Simply Grammar SL = Sonlight SN= Simply Numbers

SOS = Switched on Schoolhouse from A/O Alpha Omega SOT = School of Tomorrow SOTW = Story of the World SOW = Student of the Word SP = Simply Phonics SSRW = Sing Spell Read & Write SWB = Susan Wise Bauer, co-author of TWTM SV = Steck-Vaughn - a secular curriculum publisher TATRAS = Teach America To Read And Spell TH = Teaching Home - home schooling magazine TOD = Training Our Daughters to Be Keepers at Home - Christian curriculum TOG = Tapestry of Grace TUAC = Train Up A Child - book and listserv, not related TWTM -- The Well Trained Mind (also WTM) US = Unit Studies WRTR = Writing Road to Reading WWOL = Wisdom's Way of Learning YRS = year-round schooling More below

Abbreviation 100EL AAS ACE ACT ADHD ADD

Definition "Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons," a reading instruction book "All About Spelling" "Accelerated Christian Education" "American College Test," standardized test for entrance to some colleges and universities "Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder" "Attention-Deficit Disorder," (ADHD is now preferred) "American Federation of Teachers," a large association of schoolteachers (NOT the same as the larger NEA), functioning as a labor union in states that permit collective bargaining "Analytical Grammar" or "activity guide" "A New World of Adventure," the second book in the Learning Adventures series "Alpha Omega," a Christian curriculum publisher "American Sign Language" "A Trip Around the World," published by Carson-Dellosa Publishing Company, Inc. (item # 0811) "Advanced Training Institute" (Bill Gothard) "All Through the Ages," published by Nothing New Press "A World of Adventure," the first book in the Learning Adventures series "Before Five In a Row," preschool literature-based curriculum published by Five in a Row

AFT

AG ANWOA AO ASL ATAWA ATIA ATTA AWOA B4FIAR

BBOB BBOP BF BFIAR BITM BJ, BJU, BJUP BP BTS CBD

"Big Book of Books," published by Dinah-Might Activities "Big Book of Projects," published by Dinah-Might Activities "Beautiful Feet," a Christian curriculum publisher "Beyond Five-in-a-Row," upper elementary literature-based curriculum, ages 8-12 published by Five in a Row "Blessed is the Man" "Bob Jones University Press," a Christian curriculum publisher "BiblioPlan for Families," a literature-based history curriculum "Building Thinking Skills," published by The Critical Thinking Company; sold through Bright Minds "Christian Book Distributors," mail-order book retailer in Massachusetts (1) "Classical Composition" (2) "Classical Conversations" (3) "Community College" "Christ-Centered Curriculum," a Christian curriculum "Considering God's Creation," a Christian science curriculum published by Eagle's Wings "Child's History of the World," by V.M. Hillyer "Core Knowledge," publisher of the NTK books (What Your Nth Grader Needs to Know) "Christian Light Education," a K-12 curriculum published by Christian Light Publications (1) "Christian Liberty Press," a Christian curriculum publisher (2) Christian Light Publications "Charlotte Mason," 19th-century British educator; her theories

CC

CCC CGC CHOW CK

CLE

CLP CM

CPM CS CW DG

"college preparatory materials" "Christian school" "Classical Writing" "Daily Grams," daily grammar review workbooks used in the Easy Grammar curriculum Drawn Into The Heart of Reading, a Christian literature program for ages 715 (for use with multiple ages at the same time), published by Heart Of Dakota Publishing "Dorling Kindersley," an illustrated reference provider; their products are available through many retail providers and through Family Books at Home, a direct sales company in the Penguin Group "Exploring America" "Early Education at Home," a curriculum guide for parents of preschoolers and kindergarteners; published by At Home Publications "English for the Thoughtful Child," an elementary grammar text published by Greenleaf Press "Easy Grammar" "Education Program for Gifted Youth," Stanford University project offering multimedia computer-based distance-learning courses for K-college level. "EduTrack," software for student progress tracking and reports to parents "Explode the Code," series of phonics workbooks published by Educators Publishing Service "Far Above Rubies," Christian high school unit study curriculum for girls "Five In A Row," lower elementary grades literature-based curriculum, ages 4-8 published by Five in a Row "For Instruction In Righteousness," a Doorpost product

DITHOR

DK

EA EEaH

EFTTC EG EPGY ET ETC FAR FIAR FIIR, FIR

FLL

"First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind," written by Jessie Wise, published by Peace Hill Press "Further Up and Further In," a study based on C. S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia; published by Cadron Creek Christian Curriculum "Great Christian Books," mail-order/retail bookstore in Maryland "Greenleaf," usually as in "The GL Guide to ..." "Greenleaf Press," publisher of literature-based history study guides and books "Geography Matters," publishers of Uncle Josh's Outline Maps and other geography helps Galore Park, UK publisher whose guiding principle of their books "is that they can be used by a pupil working alone." Curriculum includes the "So You Want to Learn ..." foreign language series. "Great Science Adventures" "Galloping the Globe," published by Geography Matters "Growing With Grammar" "Growing Without Schooling," the oldest home schooling magazine "Harcourt, Brace & Javonovich," now Harcourt Trade Publishers, a secular curriculum publisher (see also Wikipedia's entry on Harcourt Trade Publishers) "Home Education Magazine" "Houghton Mifflin," a curriculum publisher "home school" (HMSC is useful as HS may be ambiguous) "home schooling" "home schooler"

FUFI GCB GL GLP

GM

GP

GSA GTG GWG GWS

HBJ

HEM HM HMSC HMSCing HMSCer

HOP HO HOW HS HSing HSer HSLDA

"Hooked on Phonics," a commercial reading instruction curriculum "History Odyssey," study guides of the literature, historical events, and geography of given time periods. Published by Pandia Press. "Heart of Wisdom" (1) "high school" (2) "home school," use HMSC to be unambiguous "home schooling" "home schooler" or "high schooler" "Home School Legal Defense Association" "Homeschool Tracker," home school planning and record keeping software; HST may refer to either the free Basic version or the Plus version (see also HSTP) "Homeschool Tracker Plus," home school planning and record keeping software; the Plus version contains additional features not found in the free Basic version "Home School Train Up a Child," a mail list (unrelated to the book To Train Up a Child) "History Through the Ages," timeline figures available in print or on CD. "Handwriting Without Tears" "Institute in Basic Life Principles" (Bill Gothard) "Individualized Education Plan," mandated for students in some categories by federal law, intended for all students under some planned implementations of outcome-based education "Institute for Excellence in Writing" "Intermediate Language Lessons," by Emma Serl

HST

HSTP

HSTUAC HTTA HWT, HWOT IBLP

IEP

IEW ILL

IRA

"International Reading Association," an organization of persons involved in reading instruction in schools "independent student program" (note that in the general Internet community, ISP is a common abbreviation for "Internet service provider") "Iowa Test of Basic Skills," a standardized achievement test given to schoolchildren, much like the Stanford Achievement Test; available through BJU Press Testing and Evaluation "Junior Analytical Grammar" "Training our Daughters to be Keepers At Home," same as TOD "Knowledge Box Central", specializing in educational materials, including lap books, copy workbooks, note booking pages, games, etc. "Kingfisher," a publisher "Keepers of the Faith" "Knowledge Quest," publishers of historical outline maps and timelines "Learning Adventures" or "language arts" "Latina Christiana," an elementary Latin series published by Memoria Press "Latina Christiana I," an introductory Christian Latin curriculum for grades 4th-9th, published by Memoria Press "Latina Christiana II," an introductory Christian Latin curriculum for grades 4th-9th designed to follow Latina Christian I, published by Memoria Press "Latin-Centered Curriculum" "learning disabled" "Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum" "Latin for Children," an elementary Latin series published by Classical Academic Press

ISP

ITBS

JAG KAH KBC KF KOTF KQ LA LC LC1

LC2 LCC LD LFBC LFC

LGTW LIA LLAL

"Learning Grammar Through Writing," the grammar supplement to LLATL "Life in America" "Learning Language Arts Through Literature," (more information under LLATL) "Learning Language Arts Through Literature," language arts curriculum using excerpts from literature as the foundation for all aspects of language; published by Common Sense Press "Living Learning Books," an elementary science curriculum based on the WTM cycle "Listen My Son," a Christian unit study curriculum for high school boys "Lifestyle of Learning," a free monthly newsletter discussing the topics in WWOL (note that in the general Internet community, LOL is a VERY common abbreviation for "laughing out loud" and more) Latin Prep, published by Galore Park. "Modern Curriculum Press," a curriculum publisher "Mathematics Enhancement Programme," a free British math curriculum "My Father's World" "Making Math Meaningful," a commercial mathematics curriculum, not to be confused with the one below with the almost identical name "Math Made Meaningful," a commercial mathematics curriculum, not be confused with the one above with the almost identical name "Math Made Easy" "Making Math Meaningful" or "Math Made Meaningful", two DIFFERENT commercial mathematics curricula, with almost identical names. Use MkMM or MMdM instead of MMM to be clear. "Mystery of History," published by Bright Ideas Press

LLATL

LLB LMS

LOL

LP MCP MEP MFW MkMM

MMdM MME

MMM

MOH

MOTH MUS MWM MWS NAEP

"Managers of Their Homes" "Math-U-See," a commercial mathematics curriculum "Moving With Math" "My World Science," an elementary science curriculum for homeschoolers "National Assessment of Education Progress," a testing program in reading, writing, math, and science conducted by ETS for the federal government "National Council of Teachers of English," a professional association that has established guidelines for English curricula "National Council of Teachers of Mathematics," a professional association that has established guidelines for math curricula "National Education Association," founded in the 19th Century, now the largest association of schoolteachers, functioning as a labor union in states that permit collective bargaining "National Home Education Network" "newsletter"

NCTE

NCTM

NEA

NHEN NL

NWI

"National Writing Institute", publishers of Writing Strands and Reading Strands

OBE

"outcome-based education," a program of purported school reform (variously described as principally a management reform or principally a curriculum reform) already mandated in several states, in experimental implementation in various places "The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading," written by Jessie Wise, published by Peace Hill Press "Peace Hill Press," publisher of The Well-Trained Mind and other books for classical education "Prima Latina," an introductory Christian Latin curriculum for grades K-3,

OPG, OPGTR, TOPG, TOPGTR PHP PL

published by Memoria Press PLL "Primary Language Lessons," written by Emma Serl, published by Lost Classics Book Company "Prairie Primer," unit-study curriculum based on the Little House series of books, published by Cadron Creek Christian Curriculum "public school" "public school system" "Phonetic Zoo," spelling program developed by the Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW). "Rod & Staff," a Christian curriculum publisher (to place orders or to get information, call 606-552-4348; may also be ordered on-line through the Anabaptist Bookstore or through Milestone Ministries) "Read, Explore, Absorb, and Learn Science" "Remembering God's Awesome Acts," by Susan Mortimer, published by Eagles Wings "Remembering God's Chosen Children," by Susan Mortimer, published by Eagles Wings "Reading Made Easy," by Valerie Bendt "Reading Reflex," by Carmen and Geoffrey McGuinness, published by Free Press (1) "Rainbow Science," written by Dr. Durell Dobbins, published by Beginnings Publishing House (2) Right Start math "RealScience for Kids," published by Gravitas Publications (1) "Scholastic Aptitude Test," a test used for college entrance published by Educational Testing Service (2) "Stanford Achievement Test," an achievement test used in primary and secondary grades to evaluate student progress, published by Harcourt

PP PS PSS PZ

R&S

R.E.A.L. RGAA

RGCC RME RR

RS

RS4K SAT

Assessment

Saxon SE SG SL SM SN SOS SOT

"Saxon Publishers", a secular math, science, and phonics curriculum publisher "Simply English," written by Laurie Hicks, published by Shoe Lace Books "Simply Grammar," written by Karen Andreola, published by Charlotte Mason Research and Supply "Sonlight," a home school curriculum "Singapore Math" "Simply Numbers," written by Laurie Hicks, published by Shoe Lace Books "Switched on Schoolhouse, published by Alpha Omega Publications "School of Tomorrow," published by Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) "The Story of the World," a four-volume history series written by Susan Wise Bauer, published by Peace Hill Press "Student of the Word," a K-12 Bible-centered home school curriculum "Simply Phonics," written by Laurie Hicks, published by Shoe Lace Books "Sequential Spelling," published by AVKO Educational Research Foundation "Sing, Spell, Read, & Write," phonics and reading program, published by Pearson Learning Group / Modern Curriculum Press "Steck-Vaughn," a secular curriculum publisher "Susan Wise Bauer", co-author of The Well-Trained Mind

SOTW SOW SP SS

SSRW SV SWB

SWO SWR SYRWTLF, SYRWTLS, SYRWTLL TATRAS TH

"Spelling Workout," published by Pearson Learning Group / Modern Curriculum Press "Spell to Write and Read" "So You Really Want to Learn French/Spanish/Latin," published by Galore Park, is a foreign language curriculum. "Teach America To Read And Spell," written by Frank Rogers, published by Vertical Phonics "The Teaching Home," a home schooling magazine "Training Our Daughters to Be Keepers at Home," a Christian curriculum with a home economics emphasis, written by Craig Ward, published by Smiling Heart Press "Tapestry of Grace," "Teaching Textbooks," a multi-media math curriculum "TruthQuest," a literature-based history study (1) "To Train Up A Child," written by Michael Pearl, published by Church at Cane Creek / No Greater Joy Ministries (2) "Home School Train Up a Child," a mail list unrelated to the book above; use HSTUAC to be clear "unit studies" "Usborne," a publisher; "Veritas Press" "The Well-Educated Mind," written by Susan Wise Bauer, published by Peace Hill Press "Winter Promise," a history curriculum based on "literature, activities, and memories" "Writing Road to Reading," published by Spalding Education International

TOD

TOG TT TQ

TUAC

US USB VP WEM, TWEM

WP WRTR

WS

"Writing Strands," writing curriculum designed for preschool through high school; written by Dave Marks, the founder of National Writing Institute (NWI) "Writing Tales," writing curriculum designed for use in home school or coop settings for 3rd through 5th graders. "The Well-Trained Mind," written by Susan Wise Bauer and Jessie Wise, published by Peace Hill Press "Writing with Ease," Susan Wise Bauer's writing-instruction series designed for elementary-aged writers and older students who still struggle; published by Peace Hill Press "Wisdom's Way of Learning," a book by Marilyn Howshall "year-round schooling"

WT

WTM, TWTM

WWE

WWOL YRS

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