My wife and I are considering homeschooling our children, and we want to do some research on curriculum. Does anyone have any suggestions? We would probably prefer a more traditional approach in the beginning, so full sets of texts would be nice. I went to a Christian elementary school, and they used the A Beka curriculum, but I'm hesitant to use it. I'm not a fan of Pensacola Christian College...at.....all.... The Bob Jones curriculum seems interesting. Although it's probably a bit on the conservative side with the use of the KJV and all, I can live with the BJU position on Bible translations. (Side note: are there any good (evangelical) Bible texts that use modern versions?) We are considering Liberty University's Online Academy (I'm a graduate alumnus of LU) at some point in the future, but it doesn't start until 3rd grade. I would be fine waiting until junior high or high school to use this kind of arrangement because I would like my children to earn accredited diplomas, but I have no problem not having an official relationship with a school in the elementary grades. Any ideas?