Christian Homeschool Curriculum Options
With print-based, computer-based, and online homeschooling curriculum formats, Alpha Omega Publications has the right Christian homeschool curriculum for you and your family. As a leading Christian homeschooling curriculum publisher, AOP's award-winning educational products have enabled thousands of families to discover the amazing benefits of a Christian homeschool education. Take a closer look and see what makes homeschooling so special!
This media-rich, online homeschool curriculum offers automatic grading and recordkeeping, five core subjects, and over 35 electives. Learn more about Monarch ►
Customize your student’s learning with this computer-based curriculum filled with time-saving features and enriching multimedia. Learn more about SOS ►
Students master concepts before progressing in this self-directed worktext curriculum, which also offers integrated lesson plans.Learn more about LIFEPAC ►
Brightly illustrated, teacher-directed workbooks focus on the spiral learning process of introduction, review, and reinforcement.Learn more about Horizons ►
Teach students of multiple ages at once with this unit-based and hands-on curriculum, which weaves Scripture through each topic. Learn more about Weaver ►
"We are so happy we decided to homeschool our children. We feel they are receiving the best education possible with the AOP curriculum." - Yvonne S.
"I appreciate Alpha Omega Publications because it provides a wide spectrum of education on all levels of academic achievement." - Sandra C.
"I have been homeschooling for seven years and have used curriculum from AOP every year. I started with it when my two older children were in preschool and kindergarten. I am now homeschooling four children. It is so nice to know that AOP is there with so many great products to make my life easier as a homeschooler! Thanks AOP!" - Angela O.
"This is our first year homeschooling, and I have parents coming out of the woodwork asking me how to get started. I always point them to your website and curriculum first. The Godly thread throughout your programs has truly made a difference in my son and the rest of our family." - Lisa S.
Over 35 years of experience has made AOP one of the leading providers of Christian homeschool curriculum. Offering choices for preschool and K-12 students, our selection consists of five faith-based products in print, electronic, and online formats, as well as an accredited distance learning school.
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Deal Me In
Posted On : 12.11.13
The enormous cottonwood tree had stood for years outside the upstairs bedroom window of our farmhouse. As a young girl, I grew up playing in its branches and hiding behind its trunk during games of hide and seek. Its shade covered and cooled our house in the summer, and its branches protected us from the fierce north winds of winter. Now, as an adult, I looked out the same window and watched as my young daughters played the same childhood games during recess from homeschooling. A third generation had come to this farm home, and somehow the cottonwood had remained the same — strong, protective, and majestic....
Homeschool Hazard Signs
Posted On : 12.10.13
Like the road signs that warn us of impending danger, there are also warning signs for parents on the road of homeschooling. We can either take heed to the dangers that they clearly indicate lay ahead, or we can choose to disobey these common hazard signs and end up in a homeschooling wreck....
How Much Wood?
Posted On : 12.09.13
Living and homeschooling on one income forced our family to heat our old farmhouse with wood for the winter months. Although our money was limited, the endless supply of wood available in our grove and the groves of neighbors was not. One math lesson my children wished they could have skipped learning was the dimension of a true cord of wood — 4' x 4' x 8'....
Posted On : 12.08.13
What picture comes to your mind when you hear about a cow named Daisy? Do you see a soft-eyed jersey with a sweet, calm nature? That's what my son and I were hoping for when we adopted a baby twin calf from our neighbor one spring for a homeschooling project. Although she was not a jersey, she did have the sweetest face with big eyelashes that looked like the petals on a daisy. Thus she was named, and a new adventure in raising a baby calf began for my son....
Posted On : 12.07.13
When we first started homeschooling, I was so excited to give my children every learning opportunity available. My schedule included lofty ideas of weekly field trips and my children's involvement in any sport, music, or church activity they desired. After all, we wanted to make sure no one accused us of isolating our children. However, after homeschooling three to four months, I realized my sanity was at stake if I continued to run my four children out the door to each of their daily activities. The half-completed projects and academic assignments that were left behind added additional proof that we had a problem. That's when I decided: no more....
Dressed to Kill
Posted On : 10.26.13
What did you look like this morning as you began homeschooling your children? Were you still dressed in your pajamas or sweats? Did you prepare yourself as if you were working at an 8 to 5 job, or did you skip the time-consuming effort until later? Busy homeschooling mothers don't always have time to put their best foot forward each day, especially with their appearance. We cheat by putting our hair in a ponytail again and wearing disheveled clothing as we stand instructing our children in their schoolwork....
Time for Church
Posted On : 10.21.13
On Sunday morning when you say, "It's time for church," what response do you get from your homeschooled children? Depending on the age of your children, those words bring a variety of responses. Teenagers roll over and want to sleep another two hours, elementary-aged children would rather play and dislike getting ready, and toddlers are too young to care, but they require extra effort in preparing diaper bags....
White Dog - Black Dog
Posted On : 11.27.13
A new day to homeschool waits in front of you, but already your restless mind is walking you through the countless problems and chores left over from yesterday. You feel the negativity crawling up your back like an impending viral cold. Once again, you face the choice of feeding the white dog of hopeful expectations and thankfulness or the black dog of despair and complaining. Which dog will you choose to feed with your thoughts?...
You Can Do It
Posted On : 11.17.13
Have you been experiencing setbacks lately while homeschooling? Are your children rebelling or acting bored? Do friends continue to harass you about your decision and worry that your children will be socially inept by the time they graduate? Is all the hard work of balancing time for your spouse, your children, and yourself just too much? Are the unpaid bills or unfinished chores keeping you awake at night? Maybe God never really wanted you to homeschool in the first place. After all, if He did, things wouldn't be so hard, right?...
Posted On : 11.29.13
Do you feel empty today? Is the idea of homeschooling your children overwhelming? Some days, you just don't feel like being profound and inspirational. You would rather hide in bed under the covers or lock yourself in the bathroom for several hours. The last thing you have is your act together, and you don't feel like disciplining yourself to keep going. Saying "yes" to your selfish feelings and jumping into irresponsibility would be so much easier....