Calvert’s comprehensive curriculum materials include everything you need for a full year of teaching.
Analyzing History, Exploring Science and Developing Skills for the Future
The 7th Grade curriculum allows students to continue to build strong grammar and composition skills through descriptive and expository writing. Our Spelling program further incorporates grammar to supplement writing skills. Life and physical sciences are the point of focus for 7th grade science, and your child is introduced to the characteristics of living things, sound, light, motion, forces, and energy.
Two different math options are available with our 7th Grade curriculum: 1) Calvert Math, a traditional math program where students review common mathematical operations, fractions, and decimals, and dive into integers, graphing, statistics, and problem solving or 2) Math in Focus, a new, modernized math approach where students use integers to represent positive and negative real world quantities, relate fractions, decimals, and percents, as well as generate and identify equivalent expressions.
The Tools You Need Plus Unlimited Support
Our comprehensive 7th Grade homeschool program includes everything you need to successfully educate your child at home: print textbooks, workbooks, reading books, maps, science and math kits, activity pages, tests, and more! Our print and online Lesson Manuals include complete daily lesson plans and step-by-step instructions.
All Calvert programs also include access to the Calvert Teaching Navigator, our innovative online resource that makes homeschooling with Calvert easier and more flexible than ever before. Plus, every enrollment includes free, unlimited Teacher Support from our highly trained and certified Education Counselors.
Students explore life science through inquiry and scientific thought. Topics
Engaging virtual labs and diverse instructional materials create a rich learning experience.
Lessons, activities, and online interactive learning tools are integrated with the curriculum, particularly Grammar and Science.
Surveying architecture from ancient to modern times using Hillyer and Huey’s A Child’s History of Art: Architecture
Applying concepts from Art History, including creating trilithons and step pyramids and designing various buildings; drawing techniques
The 7th Grade program far exceeded my expectations. As a retired teacher, I was impressed with the quality and depth of the curriculum. It challenged my grandson, but taught him critical thinking skills that he will use for the rest of his life.— Elizabeth Z., Calvert Grandmother