Homestead Education

Homestead Education

Bring Home A Common Sense Education

 A new way of teaching agriculture science, food science, life skills, applied mathematics, and quality character.

Options for the whole family!

Students learn about real-life activities that are associated with modern homesteading. Through the text, budgeting, research, videos, and projects, students will have a better understanding of what it takes to pursue a life of self-sufficiency.

The One-of-a-Kind Curriculum for Homesteaders and Those Who Dream of a Rural Life!

Little Learner’s Homestead Science (Pre-School – 5th Grade)

This interactive homeschool curriculum will introduce your child to small-scale farming. This one-of-a-kind homestead curriculum is designed for preschool through 5th grade, depending on your child’s maturity level, math comprehension, and experience on the farm.

Build Your Own Homestead is designed to give your child a better understanding of where their food comes from. This allows them to take ownership in providing food for the family, whether that’s understanding what they are choosing at the grocery store, helping you tend to the garden, or gathering eggs from your chickens.

Homesteading is a science on multiple different levels. Agriculture, animal science, food science, experimentation, and social science are used every day on the homestead.

Homestead Science is not just for homeschooling. It’s a versatile option for afterschool activities, summer learning, and co-ops, giving you the flexibility to incorporate it into your child’s education in a way that suits their needs and your schedule.

Get the Little Learner’s Kit and either add the Homestead Alphabet for younger children or the Expansion Pack for older children.

Available both printed and digital!

Introduction to Homestead Science (6th – 12th Grade, adults love it too)

Introduction to Homestead Science is a full-year agricultural science with a focus on small-scale farming and self-sufficiency. The text contains 18 interactive units teaching agriculture science, life skills, applied mathematics, and character quality to middle and high school students.

Students will learn about real-life activities that are associated with modern homesteading. Through the text, budgeting, research, videos, and projects, students will have a better understanding of what it takes to pursue self-sufficiency.

Additionally, in any situation where a person is working with the land, animals, and their neighbors, quality of character is an integral component of life.  Students will be given the opportunity to reflect on the character traits that are positively viewed within communities.

Units include:
Building & Land
Tractors & Small Engines
Companion & Predator Animals
Dairy & Fiber Animals
Meat Animals
Compost & Soil
Insects, Bees, & Bugs
Orchards & Vineyards
Grains & Forage Crops
Food Preservation
Home Cooking
Off-Grid Life
Hunting, Fishing, & Trapping
Foraging & Herbs
Homestead Accounting

Each unit includes 8 lessons that will span over two 4-day weeks. Each lesson has workbook activities and projects in the Homestead Workbook Planner. This curriculum also includes six homestead projects (no homestead needed) as well as tests and quizzes to reinforce learning.

Homestead Science meets the science credit requirement for a full year with a lab in most states and provinces.

Get the complete set at a discounted rate when the textbook, workbook, and answer key are added together. Additional books can be added at a discount.

Available as a digital or printed text! 

Survival Basics Mini-Course (8-18 Family Style)

The Survival Basics Mini Course will contain multiple lessons for your homeschool or co-op to learn the basics of survival. The lessons are hands-on on with videos and links to additional resources.

15 Lessons!

Survival Basics
Knot Tying
Shelter Building
Fire Safety & Starting
Water Purification
GPS Navigation & Maps
Animals Tracks & Scat
Wildlife Safety
Traps, Snares, & Weapons
Field Dressing Wild Game
Wilderness First-Aid
Getting Help
Survival Packs
General Scrappiness

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Homestead History – Coming Soon!

Homestead History is a 36-week American Food and Agriculture Sociological History that gives a behind-the-scenes examination of American History and the shifting agricultural practices that have led to the age of “Big Agriculture.”

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Homestead Education