Let Me Introduce You to Dew Learning, a Brand New Online Christian Curriculum

Introducing Dew Learning | RaisingArrows.netI did receive compensation for introducing you to this new company.  However, I choose who I work with very carefully and base my decision on my own personal convictions and whether or not I feel it would be helpful to my readers.  I hope you do find this helpful!

I know how difficult it can be to step into the world of homeschooling. I know there are seasons in life when homeschooling seems beyond overwhelming. I know how difficult it can be to keep up and keep going.  Sometimes you just need a little help.  OK, truth be told, sometimes you need A LOT of help!

That is why I am pleased to introduce you to Dew Learning, a brand new K12 online curriculum rooted in sound Bible teaching.

While I prefer a parent-led discussion-based kind of learning, I also realize there are circumstances in our lives that do not always allow for this ideal.  It is important that even if we cannot teach every subject to our children ourselves, we do not simply allow just anyone with just any worldview to be an authority in our children’s lives.  It is also important to realize no curriculum is neutral and whatever we choose MUST be rooted and grounded in the Word of God.  Dew Learning is striving to be a curriculum that meets a need without compromising the vision.

iPad based curriculum from Dew Learning | RaisingArrows.net

Dew Learning was built specifically for iPad (you know how I love my iPad), but it is also easily accessible from your home computer, so no worries if you do not own an iPad.

This curriculum spans all ages and can be purchased a subject at a time or in a complete package.  This allows you the ability to utilize their program in whatever areas you need help in or have your entire curriculum all in one place.

Dew Learning will have their Kindergarten through 4th grade curriculum available for the upcoming school year, with 5th through 12th following the next year.  You can find out more on their site and even register to win an iPad or a year’s worth of curriculum!

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  1. I emailed them with questions, and after about a week, they sent an automated reply stating they were so overwhelmed with questions that they’d try to get back to me. That was about 2 weeks ago.

    My questions, that possibly you can answer, weren’t too complicated. I wanted to know if each subject was a complete curriculum. I wanted to also know if I could pick and choose which courses, in case I really liked a course we already have here and only needed help with one or two subjects–but I think you answered that. I wanted to know cost, but they didn’t mention that either. I see now that they do list the current pricing if you order by June 30th. That pricing, even at the non-discount pricing, seems very fair, if the curriculum is quality. :) At first I didn’t find the answers to this question, but did just read that now if you purchase it and download it to one PC, you could also use that same license to use it on the iPad. Makes me wonder if I can afford an iPad now. :) Do you know anything, from your viewing of it, about the math curriculum they use? It would be far cheaper than Teaching Textbooks–I need at least three grades worth, but apparently they currently aren’t going up to all the grades I need. Also, do you know if they would do placement tests for math?

    My last question was how ecumenical are they? I am Catholic, and have found many Protestant religious curriculums bash Catholics. I will not do business with a company that cannot accept varying opinions of faith. I wouldn’t want it to bash Muslims or Buddhists, either, for that matter. State facts and move on, even if it is a Christian program. Christ didn’t go around bashing others. I was also irritated by a curriculum company we bought this year, because they were putting more emphasis on scripture than the actual subject we were studying. I want my kids immersed in scripture, but since this was so rampant, we were getting only that company’s view of the science, so all answers had to be based on how the writer of the curriculum was thinking. I cannot guess how ANYbody is thinking–we wanted facts that my child could take about science. LOL! We have state testing to pass, and need to know the basics to pass, because the answers on that test don’t care if you have a faith at all.

    I am really interested in this, but just need more information before I make another purchase that doesn’t fit our needs. I am so happy you gave an opinion on this! Thanks!

    • Hey Heidi!

      Thank you for your continued interest in Dew Learning. My name is Daniel Monroe and I work for Dew. I want to apologize again for the delay it has taken for us to get back to you. We are working around the clock to respond to each inquiry as quickly as possible. We are traveling to Cincinnati today for the Midwest Homeschool Convention, so if you are in the area we would love to meet you and have you stop by our booth.

      In the meantime, please email me directly at daniel@dewlearning.com and I will be able to respond in depth to the questions you asked above as well as any other you might have. Thanks again for your interest in us and I look forward to talking with you soon!

      Blessings,

      Daniel

    • Jennifer – This is something I do not know and would be better directed toward the company itself. I see where Daniel from Dew Learning left some information in another comment, so you might check there.

      • Jennifer,

        I wanted to follow up on my response to you the other day regarding Dew Learning and our curriculum standards. Dew Learning’s curriculum was not written to align with the common core, but was written to meet and exceed the best U.S. and international academic standards, as well as develop creative and critical thinking skills and biblical worldview understanding. Thus those concerned to fulfill the common core will find Dew’s curriculum completely satisfactory, but our curriculum does much, much more. Please email me if you have any additional questions.

        Thanks!

  2. I am curious if it has audio for most of the reading involved. I have a dyslexic son and he really needs most of the reading done for him, especially in subjects like Science and History. I would also like to know if it allows for different grade levels for one child. Although he may be grade level in one subject, he is at a lower grade level in another subject.

    • Hey Janelle,

      Thanks for your interest in Dew Learning. Yes, grades K-2 will be fully narrated and there will be additional subjects such as Bible that are narrated through 3rd and 4th grade as well.

      Also, yes we want to customize the curriculum to the needs of the student. That means that you can buy each subject individually to supplement what you already use or buy an entire grade (8 subjects) at a time. We also give the flexibility of mixing grade levels like you mentnioned based on the needs of the student. If your child needed 2nd grade math, science, history, and 3rd grade reading, bible, etc. you could do that, and you would only pay for one grade, you wouldn’t need to pay for both grades.

      I hope that answers your questions. Please email me at daniel@dewlearning.com if you have any additional questions. I look forward to working with you and your son in the near future!

  3. Hi I heard about this new curriculum from a friend and would like pricing per class and per bundle. I am mostly interested in 8th & 9th grade classes. thank you – Lisa

    • You can contact Dew Learning on their website. I don’t have the pricing information, but they will be happy to help you with any questions you might have.

  4. We are using 4th grade Dew Learning math this year, and I am going to be creating printable homework sheets as we go. I have the first week up already at callingmother.blogger.com.

    I’m just blogging them to help anyone out who needs them. I don’t have ads or any of that stuff on my blog.