A Better Abeka Experience

We listened to what you wanted, and then we made changes because of what you told us.


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What Did We Change?

New Look
New Logos New Logos
Old Logo Background

Better Website

Better website on mobile Better website

Improved Conversation

Converstation mobile Conversation

Enhanced Products

Starting with 1st Grade

  • Added flexible-pacing option for reading
  • Added enrichment activities & teaching tips
  • More higher-level thinking questions
  • More hands-on activities
  • More visualization of concepts
Enhanced Products

Why We’ve Changed

Why We Changed

4 Reasons You’ll Be Glad for the Differences

Easier to browse

1. It’s easier to browse, shop & purchase your products.

Now you can…

  • read video teacher bios
  • check out more simply
  • manage your Abeka Academy accredited-program calendar & digital purchases through a clean, customizable dashboard
More Choices

2. You have more choices in one place.

  • Get anything from Abeka at abeka.com—no more going to one site for books and another for videos.
  • Homeschool families now have more flexibility with video lessons; they can purchase just 10 hours at a time for any lesson in any grade.

3. The new look is easier on the eyes.

You’ll see…

  • new, brighter colors
  • more images
  • a user-friendly layout
Easier on the eyes
More Articles

4. You’ll see more articles and resources.

  • We’re writing about topics you want to hear about, and we’re eager to know what resources would help you most. (Any suggestion is welcome!)
  • You’ll find downloads, crafts, tips, and articles more geared toward what you need.
  • You can subscribe to get the NEW Abekamazing print magazine for schools or homeschools delivered to your door for FREE. This full-color, 20-page magazine is packed with encouragement, advice, and tips.

More about Improved Products

We’re boosting cross-subject integration.

We always had it, but now we’re adding even more. What does that term mean?

It means connecting and reinforcing concepts between subjects. For instance, what a 1st grader learns in history doesn’t just show up in history.

For example, you teach about Abraham Lincoln in history, and you teach basic grammar skills in language. Then those two come together in creative writing, where students write their own story about Abraham Lincoln’s life.

Why does this matter? Children learn best when they can use what they’re learning. (Plus, it makes learning more fun! There’s more feeling of discovery. . . more room for creativity. . . and more sense of accomplishment.)

You’ll already see more cross-subject integration in 1st grade, and we’ll be continuing to add more in each grade.

We’re enhancing our spiral approach.

With Abeka’s spiral approach, you don’t just teach something once. You teach age-appropriate concepts and build from the known to the unknown. You review content within each grade, then again from one grade to the next.

Why? It’s easy to forget something if it’s never reviewed. Or, put another way, “If you don’t use it, you lose it!”

When students learn concepts, review those concepts, then go to more difficult ones, they’re better able to learn—without frustration or learning gaps.

We’ve always used the spiral approach, but now we’re making it better. How? We’ve created a refined process for mapping curriculum.

In other words, we’re even more certain that every concept is taught, reviewed during the year, then reviewed the next year. Every year, you can count on review to build a bridge from what students have learned to what they’re about to learn.

Top 5 Things That Haven’t Changed

  1. Character-building content

  2. Traditional approach to learning

  3. Commitment to research, testing, and quality

  4. Complete, clear materials for students, parents, and teachers

  5. Biblical perspective

Plus, You Can Still Count On...

Proven Teaching Methods

Proven teaching methods

Content and Support Materials

Colorful, engaging content & support materials

College Prep course of study

A college-preparatory course of study

Inclusion of hearing seeing and doing

Inclusion of hearing, seeing, & doing

Higher level of thinking

A focus on applying knowledge through higher-level thinking