so after a short while with waldorf grade one we realised it just wasn't for us. There is a lot that I find appealing in waldorf but it simply felt far too restricting for us.
We are using a mishmash of things now, a lot aimed at a rightbrained child because I think E is leaning that way, it certainly holds his attention & enthusiasm.
So here the links to bits and bobs we are using now. I'll probably forget stuff and come back later
Ellen McHenry (all the sciences a lot free some interesting paid for stuff)
MEP FAb complete math curriculum by plymouth uni. Based on the continetal Europe aproach to math
Ambleside online Online Charlotte mason based complete curriculum. many books used are available for free online.
World Builder this is really new and looks interesting though I have not got much of an idea about it yet. it is aimed at much older students but I'm thinking of modifying it for us.
SF Reading (grammar)
The great plant hunt Kew
Bring Science homea whole bunch of science experiments
Science Jimscience Jim has some fun freebies also on currclick.
sciencebox lots of free science stuff
Sheppard for Geography
Story of the world for history we ended up deciding on this one thanks to this blog
Progressive phonics Euan loves this!
REAL science odyssey
Peep in the big wide world
Koekeloere we use the programs to watch as its suitable for all 3 boys
HBB again something we can watch together as its suitable for all
Leesdas just for Euan
avi lezen again just for Euan. AVI is the dutch reading ability grading system. You start with 1 and work your way up to 10. When you get to that you are considered a fluent reader.
Lots of stuff in Dutch (from math to social studies)
squidoo a website where people can make a lens (a page) which contains a lot of informations on one particular subject. There are a ton on Homeschooling
homeschoolshare lots of free unit studies & lapbooks
Happy Scientist has a membership section and a freebie section. Also he has a science question a day on Facebook.
worksheet works I especially love the maps
Iphone Well I won't link to everything because there is so much! For earthday MyNature had all their apps for free which was great. I run stanza & kindle on my iphone which gives me access to some reference books and an amazing selection of literature for children and adults.
A fair amount of science stuff just because its so easy to tie all the other things into it, and far more fun than reading from a boring book!