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Train up a Child Publishing

At Train up a Child Publishing, our vision is to help you bring your children’s home education to life and help you to have a happy, thriving home. We believe the first pillar of home education is Christ-centered mentoring and discipleship between parents and children. That belief informs our literature-based homeschool curricula, our blog posts, and our experienced mentoring.

Train up a Child Publishing provides Charlotte Mason-inspired homeschool curricula for Kindergarten through High School, written from a Biblical worldview. We use the best children’s literature instead of dreary, ho-hum textbooks to teach history, science, language arts, and fine arts. Whether you want a unit study framework to build on with our Unit Program Tools or the open-and-go structure of our Daily Lesson Plans, or our customizable high school courses, we’ve got you!

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Best Homeschool Curriculum Award 2022 from How to Homeschool

2019 Readers Award from Practical Homeschooling Magazine

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Product Reviews

  • Essay Styles for High School cover for homeschool parents

    Essay Styles for High School ($29.37$43.97)
    reviewed by Robin W.

    I used Essay Styles for my senior, sophmore and eighth grader last year. My senior was a strong writer already but my sophmore and eighth grader were not. All three students consistently wrote strong, organized essays the entire semester. I was very pleased. I highly recommend Essay Styles.

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  • Essay Styles for High School cover for homeschool parents

    Essay Styles for High School ($29.37$43.97)
    reviewed by Bonnie

    I have used the Essay Styles for High School curriculum again and again over the past two years for multiple classes including a creative writing class, two US history classes, an American literature class, and a literary analysis class. It has become my staple curriculum/reference book on how to write narrative, descriptive, expository, persuasive and comparison/contrast essays. This curriculum takes you through each step needed to successfully write each of these essays, along with essay examples, outlining methods, editing checklists, and grading rubrics. The course is very easy to follow and can be used alone as an essay course, or used in conjunction with another course like a literature course. My daughter's writing has improved because of using this course in our homeschooling. I even think that she will be taking this booklet to college in a few years!

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