Connect The Thoughts™
is dedicated to creating methods and
complete homeschool and classroom curricula that will
truly make a hands-on, thorough education available.
We offer a secular, religion-friendly curricula for ages
Currently we focus on and offer curricula for home schoolers and schools broken into five groups; pre-literate students and ages 5-6 (STARTER), beginning literacy students and ages 7-8 (ELEMENTARY), literate students ages 9-10 (LOWER SCHOOL), literate students ages 11-up (UPPER SCHOOL); and literate continuing adult education (UPPER SCHOOL).
We do not offer a mathematics program. We feel there are many good math programs out there, and do not see the need to reinvent that wheel. Specifically, we have seen the Saxon Math program work very well for many students, using their levels 5/4; 6/5 and 7/6. We've observed these books (in their home schoolers' editions) teach basic mathematics effectively. We have seen students adept with and interested in mathematics do well with Saxon Algebra 1/2. Additionally, we've had good luck with AGS Publishing's Consumer Mathematics, also well-designed for home schooling.
WEBMASTER and OUR WEBSITE — Our website is designed to enable you to easily and quickly find the information you need.
The short video, to the right, reviews some of the features of our website.
Thanks to your comments and feedback over the last four years, we've been able to constantly upgrade our website to better serve you. Your comments on ease-of-use and your ability to quickly find the curricula you are searching for help us to continue to improve. Constructive feedback is always welcome and appreciated.
As of this writing (July 2012) the site contains about 152 pages of static content and approximately 672 pages of dynamic content, including 25 articles, 285 detailed courses, 25 FAQs, 162 reviews, 54 student stories, 56 parent/teacher success stories, 7 webinars and 58 videos, and much more material that has not yet been formatted and added. We also operate 4 additional blogs covering various areas of homeschooling and a separate Facebook page for CTT. Finally, we have two user groups of homeschooling parents, one on Yahoo the other on Facebook.
The technical support team that keeps our website running and up-to-date and resolves difficulties deserves your support: