We are classical; I tend to follow Latin Centered Curriculum, but am also influenced heavily by WTM. But, I don't tend to use either of their curriculum suggestions.
I don't think I have to buy much for next year (we also don't tend to finish any curriculum at the "end" of a school year), but here's what we are doing:4th grade:Math:
Singapore 3B/4A, Miquon Yellow & Purple - transitioning into LoF FractionsL/A:
WWE 3/4, MCT Island (we started that this spring; I think we'll savor it and stretch it out until next spring), Junior English (Galore Park publishing from the UK), AAS (he just started level 4); I'm hoping after this summer he'll be reading at grade level2nd Grade:Math:
Singapore 2A/2B and Miquon Blue & GreenL/A:
WWE 2; MCT Island; AAS (he just started level 3); Phonics Pathways
Both Ds#1 and Ds#2:Latin:
Latin for Children AHistory
: SOTW 1/2 and CHOTW (we were slated to do SOTW 3 this spring, but I combine history with ds#2, and I didn't want him doing SOTW 4 in 2nd grade, so I restarted our rotation); US History through non-fiction picture books and Liberty's Kids DVDsGeography:
We are working through Evan-Moor geography units on each continent; I'm guessing next year we'll do South America and Europe; we also do map work with SOTW.Science:
Singapore Science My Pals are Here 3/4 (we do a chapter once a week and I combine this with ds#2); after we finish the 3/4 series, I'm thinking of trying Apologia's science books and just editing out their world view on creation if at all possible.Art:
I think we will do Meet the Masters 1x a month with friends again. I might have to look into Artistic Pursuits for us at home though.Spanish:
I really want to start this with dedication; I'm thinking of restarted Rosetta Stone with the boys and if we keep our Discovery Education sub., making sure to do at least one Elementary Spanish lesson a week.
Ds#3 will be Pre-K (4); he'll probably start Miquon Orange and Singapore EarlyBird for math; HWOT K for printing; and Phonics Pathways for reading. Other than that, his goal seems to be to get into whatever we are doing as much as he wants, and otherwise, make bit messes at the table with paper, scissors, glue, and markers.