Master Resource List
Below is a list of some traditional publishers, virtual products, curricula buying co-ops, and extracurricular opportunities to help get you “unstuck.” If you are going the pre-made curriculum route, I highly suggest Cathy Duffy Reviews as you begin your search. Further, if you have any questions about any of the recommendations, please do not hesitate to ask. This is a dynamic document. It is designed solely to get you started or to give you ideas to get over a hump.
Overall Curriculum Reviews
On-line Purchasing Co-op
HBCU: The Study of Historically Black Colleges & Universities, by Nicole Huffman and James Davis
Penning the Perfect Paragraph: Black History Beyond Black History Month for Kids Edition, by Nicole Huffman and James Davis
We create our own history curriculum. I purchased a lot of material on Amazon, found some great YouTube videos, hands-on learning, and we travel extensively.
English, Language Arts, Reading
Whole Curriculum- Hard copy
Whole Curriculum- On-line
Extracurricular Activities and Group Learning
Sessions Music- Voice and Instrument Training
Houston Piano School- Piano and Voice
Monart Houston- Art Classes
Urban Chef- Cooking Classes for Children
Home Education Partnership of Texas
Trinity Classical School
Houston Baptist University Homeschool Academy
Health Museum- Group Learning
Museum of Natural Science- Group Learning
Homeschool and Beyond- Group Classes at the Museum of Natural Science
Houston Black Homeschoolers- We provide standardized testing and group study opportunities for the Stanford, IOWA, and CAT. We offer group study only for ACT and CLEP prep.
Academic Excellence– May purchase tests and then be tested by HBH if you want your child to have a paper test experience or test on-line.
Seton Testing Services– May purchase tests and then be tested by HBH if you want your child to have a paper test experience or test on-line.