A Look at Our 2nd Grade Timberdoodle Curriculum Review

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Second Grade Timeberdoodle Homeschool Curriculum Review

The #1 question I had when researching homeschool was how to find a “good Homeschool Curriculum” <—you don’t know how many times I Googled that very phrase.  As a parent who is completely new to the homeschool world, even the question of “what do I teach my kids” can be a decidedly difficult one to answer.  As I searched for homeschool curricula, it quickly became apparent just how many options there are.

Because we might put Big Brother back in public school next year when we’ve moved to a new area, I wanted a curriculum that would keep him learning similar things as his peers. But I also wanted a curriculum that would encourage creativity and hands-on learning–something he didn’t get much of in public school.  After days of searching I finally upon a wonderful online homeschool store called Timberdoodle Co!

When I saw that Timberdoodle has handpicked and assembled  coursebooks, workbooks, games, literature, and playsets into Curriculum Kits for each grade I was hooked.  I reviewed the Timberdoodle homeschool curriculum and decided it would be the perfect fit. With a mix of academic workbooks, learning through games, creativity building activities, and more, I was so impressed by how well-rounded the curricula are.

Even still, having never seen any of the books in person, and only having watched a very basic Timberdoodle Curriculum Review online, I was taking a leap of faith.

I wasn’t disappointed in the least.

Check out my Timberdoodle Curriculum Review:

One part of the Timberdoodle Curriculum Review I forgot to include in the youtube review is Sequential Spelling.  While this isn’t my favorite spelling program I do like how many of his daily words build on one another–i.e. pan, panned, spanned.  One of my dislikes is the girl who reads all the words.  I feel like she doesn’t enunciate as well as she ought to for spelling purposes.

Overall I would highly recommend the Timberdoodle Homeschool Curriculum for parents interested in a curriculum that will cover all the necessary academics and teach creative thinking, analytic thinking, and learning though play.

The 2nd Grade Basic Timberdoodle Curriculum is $229.  —I have to pause really quick and say that I broke down the cost per item and compared the item prices on Amazon and other websites.  Timberdoodle’s Basic Curriculum kit beat their competitor’s prices by about $20 for the set!–

The 2nd Grade Complete Timberdoodle Curriculum is $489

One last thing–super cool news!!!–you now have the ability to customize your Timberdoodle Curriculum Kit!  Pick what items you want in your curriculum and get the discounted pricing!


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  1. I've shopped Timberdoodle for enrichments, but I haven't tried their full grade packages. Glad to hear you found something that works well for your family!
  2. shelly peterson says
    I have never home schooled but I bet it can be a little hard figuring it all out for the first time. So glad you are happy with what you purchased.
  3. Thanks for the video, I'm thinking about trying this program for the 2015-2016 school year. Are you still using Timberdoodle and happy with it? But what I'm really interested in is where you found the containers in the background that you use to store school supplies!