Part One here.
Math: Saxon. I had Saxon from 8th grade on, so am familiar with it myself. Since we plan to use it for later grades - it made sense to me to get this going now so we are all familiar with it together and for continuity.
Handwriting: A Reason For Handwriting
Fine Arts: Childrens Choir at church, piano lessons, and lots of Fine Arts covered through CC.
Foreign Language: Latin via CC, possibly Spanish through Rosetta Stone (we have access to a free copy through David's work)
Physical Education: Dance classes
Grammar, Reading, Spelling: Spelling Plus, First Language Lessons, The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading and Pathway Readers.
Bible: This has been a struggle for me to find something to use - I think I've decided to do some character qualities with Scripture, Awana verses, etc... If you have a great suggestion I'm all ears - I'm kind of interested in this one from Summit Ministries and these character books from Vision Forum. I've been fairly discouraged in my search for quality, Biblical, age appropriate study for Emily. Any input?
I also love this planner from Well Planned Day - it is still small and manageable in size but there is room for lesson plans, menus, chores, shopping lists, etc... And, it is pretty too!!
What are your plans for school next year?