Classical Homeschooling is based on a three part process - grammar, logic and rhetoric. These three parts are called the trivium. The grammar stage is the elementary years and includes building the foundation of learning language, learning how to learn, memorizing and repetition. The logic years, which start in late elementary years, are are where logic and reasoning start to take place. Finally, the rhetoric stage is in high school is where all three stages come together making the trivium. In these high school years much emphasis is placed on speech and debate, communication, and articulating thoughts well.
At its foundation classical homeschool education is teaching children to love the process of learning and can grow life long learners. Core subjects will be taught and taught well, latin is a strong focus in classical education as well. The Well Trained Mind (CLICK HERE) is a fantastic book to read explaining in detail the ins and outs of classical curriculum along with what should be taught on a year by year basis.
Below you will find links to classical homeschool curriculums - if the button is black it will take you straight to the website, if the button is white then it is a curriculum I have use and recommend and will take you to my post on this curriculum with links to the website. As always, Raising Arrows will only post Christian homeschool curriculum that we are confident in recommending (not that we have used all of the recommended but we won't recommend anything that doesn't have a solid strong reputation)