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Jump Math

Complete math curriculum for grades K through 8. The teacher guides are available as free downloads, or can be purchased in printed form along with the student workbooks. Prices are quite reasonable.

Great Minds

This company offers curriculum in Math, Language Arts and History.

The math materials (covering K through 12) are available in free pdf form, or can be purchased in print. There is also an optional online component available as a yearly subscription. 

The K-8 language arts program is based on children's literature and looks like it would fit well with both Classical and Charlotte Mason philosophies. You must request a price quote, and pricing looks geared toward schools. But it's certainly worth looking into.

Raising Little Shoots

This site, from a homeschooling mom in England, has a blog and a Charlotte Mason inspired, multi-age nature curriculum. Includes a guide book with weekly observations, readings and activities; plus a guided journal with copywork. There is some religious content, mostly around Christmas and the solstice and equinox.

Making Music Fun

Music learning resources galore! There are many free printable resources for learning piano, music theory, composers and other musical elements. There are also loads of lesson plans and links. Some products are not free, but reasonably priced, and you can purchase an annual subscription for access to everything.

Wildwood Curriculum

This site offers a free, secular, Charlotte Mason curriculum plan. They are just getting started, so only the first levels (ages 6-9) are available yet. The plan offers suggested books and resources, which you would need to purchase or find at your library. It appears to be a very thorough, authentic application of Charlotte Mason philosophy. 

Building Heroes Academy

This company is just starting out and offering a very interesting concept: all-in-one, family-style, character-based curriculum. There is currently one year of curriculum available and you can pre-order the second year. (Looks like they're planning on at least four years of materials.) The program includes language arts, math, history, and science for elementary ages. *A note about religion/philosophy: The concept of this curriculum struck me as ripe for religious dogmatism, and I saw a few catch phrases that concerned me.

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