The following is a guest post written by Sarah Mackenzie of Amongst Lovely Things.
What if we’ve got it all wrong?
What if it doesn’t matter which books we use, which history projects we take on, how many lessons of math we accomplish in a year?
Homeschoolers spent an inordinate amount of time thinking about “curriculum,” but what if, when we compare spelling programs and choose math books, we aren’t really talking about curriculum at all?
Curriculum isn’t something we buy. It’s something we teach. Something we embody. Something we love. It is the form and content of our children’s learning experiences.
Saxon Math isn’t the curriculum. It’s just the book that we use to teach the actual curriculum, which is: math.