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Compass Classroom makes video homeschool curriculum that’s fun for kids, smart for moms, and easy for everyone! The Compass team is made up of video producers that also happen to be homeschool dads. They decided to merge those two interests and began producing visual curriculum using top-notch veteran teachers who instruct in a fun and engaging way. The results have been unanimous: kids everywhere love it!
Compass has free sample lessons for all their classes so you can see if it’s a good fit for your child before you buy. They also have a full refund guarantee!
Check out these classes, and head over to Compass Classroom’s site to grab them at up to 50% off:
“Fun and engaging! Dwane has made teaching Latin painless.”
Visual Latin is a fun video-driven Latin homeschool curriculum taught by veteran Latin teacher Dwane Thomas. It’s quite unique: three short videos are paired with three sets of worksheets to guide students from grammar concepts, to practice sentences, to reading in Latin.
Veteran history teacher Dave Raymond gives a comprehensive history of the United States by applying a Christian worldview to the characters, events, theology, literature, art, and religious beliefs of the nation. Includes extensive reader of original documents, projects, portfolios, and more. An exceptional class!
Economics for Everybody
“Economics doesn’t get more interesting than this!”
If you’re confused about teaching economics or are just looking for a great homeschool economics curriculum, this is the place to begin. It not only explains how economics works–it shows how economic freedom is directly related to religious freedom; it explores the differences between socialism, interventionism, and free markets; and it explains how stewardship is at the heart of a healthy economic system.
Grammar of Poetry
“A masterpiece of enjoyable reading.”
The Grammar of Poetry teaches your child to analyze not only poetry, but words and language in general. Just as an English course would teach a student the different parts of speech, so also The Grammar of Poetry teaches a student the building blocks of poetry, enabling the student to effectively engage in the language of poetry in literature and in non-literal language.
Western Culture: The Greeks
“Best curriculum for studying the great classics.”
Explore the Great Books that shaped Western civilization! Renowned Classical scholar Wes Callihan will guide you and your students through some of the most important works that have influenced our culture and the world.
Filmmaking from the First Directors
“My favorite subject this year!”
This course teaches the basics of filmmaking and early film history. It takes students through a unique journey starting in the late 19th-century when film was invented, then guides them through the steps first directors took in creating the modern language of film. Students will make their own films and submit them for review as well as watch many original films.
“An awesome instructional tool.”
An original film-based Bible study series on Jesus’ parables. It uses short films combined with teaching by pastors and in-depth study materials to create an entirely new learning experience.
Lingua Latina – Online Class
“My daughter absolutely loves your class!”
In this live online class, Dwane guides students through Lingua Latina using a combination of lectures and corresponding Visual Latin lessons. This class is designed for those upper level students who want to go to the next level beyond Visual Latin.
Henle Latin – Online Class
“I’ve gone from feeling defeated to hopeful.”
In this live online class, Dwane teaches through various chapters from Henle Latin. The class is a combination of lectures/discussions with Dwane, watching Visual Latin lessons, and reading Lingua Latina.
New Testament Greek
“It was all Greek to me.”
In this live online class, Dwane teaches the common (or koine) Greek that was used in the days of Jesus and the Apostles. Students meet weekly via an online classroom to listen to Dwane explain new concepts and principles.
In addition to their curriculum, Compass provides a variety of resources for the homeschool family. Check out the Fun & Free section of their site for Latin, Greek, and Economics resources, free lessons, a wonderful eBook on parenting, and more! They also blog on the variety of subjects their classes cover and send out a newsletter with resources, teaching helps, sale announcements, and more.