1. Life of Fred, Decimals and Percents: Math was never so much fun! My son has read almost all the books just for the story, then we go back and do the math problems
2. Balance Benders Level 1: Logic and algebraic reasoning puzzles from The Critical Thinking Co.
3. Word Roots A2: Teaches students the meanings of Latin and Greek prefixes, roots, and suffixes commonly used in English. Also from The Critical Thinking Co.
4. Developing Critical Thinking Through Science, Book 2: Hands-on, minds-on activities that help students learn basic physical science principles and the scientific method of investigation. From The Critical Thinking Co. as well (can you see a pattern here?).
5. Jacob's Ladder Reading Comprehension Program,Level 2 : By the Center for Gifted Education at the College of William and Mary
6. The Story of the World: History for the Classical Child: The Middle Ages: From the Fall of Rome to the Rise of the Renaissance : This text is a very fast read for my son, but it then provides a foundation for further research when an event or historical figure catches his interest.
My son will turn 9 this year and he still loves to read just for his own entertainment (yeah!). He reads both fiction and non-fiction as he pleases. At the moment he is reading a very old volume of Aesop's Fables that was mine as a child.
Those are the only texts or workbooks we will use, but of course video and online learning is mixed in. He has learned a great deal about computer language and skills just from his online game creations and Minecraft play.
In between helping me care for my pet sitting clients, we just follow his interests the rest of the time.
He also has decided he wants to document things more (thoughts, ideas, findings etc.), so he is getting writing time in on his own as well. This is much better than me asking him to write something specific, which never worked!