Son is going to be 11 this fall! I can scarcely believe it. Here is our plan for next year, which will be sixth grade. I'm excited because we're cycling back to the study of the ancients after a little more than four years.
Mathematics: MM 5B and 6A
English: Serl's Intermediate Language Lessons (ILL), Wordsmith Apprentice, English From The Roots Up
History: Dorothy Mills' Book Of the Ancient World, Book of the Ancient Greeks, Book of the Ancient Romans using Kfamily's Mind in the Light curriculum, The Human Odyssey: Prehistory Through The Middle Ages, Landmark biographies, What Life Was Like, a great selection of living books
Literature Read-Alouds: A Christmas Carol, The Call of the Wild, White Fang, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
Play: Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
Natural Science: Finish BFSU 2 Elementary Science Education, BFSU 3 Middle School Elementary, Behold and See 5 and 6, Exploring The Way Life Works, a nice selection of living books
Reading: Around the World in Eighty Days, Gentle Ben, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Incredible Journey, North to Freedom, A Wrinkle in Time, Cheaper by the Dozen
Geography: A Child's Geography: both Explore the Holy Land and Explore the Classical World, selections
Spanish: So You Really Want to Learn Spanish Book 1 (finish up) and Book 2; Duolingo Spanish, Rosetta Stone LatAm Spanish Homeschool Ed.
Latin: The Big Book of Latin Volume 1 - Lively Latin
Poetry: Millay, Tennyson, and Frost using Poetry for Young People series, Teaching Poetry Yes You Can
Art: Usborne Introduction to Art and for skills not sure yet. Daddy's in charge.
Music: Classics for Kids, Usborne Introduction to Music
Bible: The Children's Bible
Spelling: Natural Speller and Spelling City