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BB711

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  1. I can't thank you enough for all your feedback! You have given me a clear plan and I appreciate it more than I can express!! Thanks a million!!
  2. Thank you so much for your input! I would like to homeschool all the way through high school but I'm not 100% that is what he wants. Do you think AoPS transfers nicely to a traditional high school/public school curriculum?
  3. I have been reading over previous threads for hours. I am not finding the answers I need. If this has been asked, I am so sorry! So I have a fifth grade gifted son, I was a public school teacher previously (4th) and husband is an engineer. Now my little "angel" is really struggling in school. His questions are annoying (his teachers), he is bored beyond words, he is sick of silent reading all day (in a noisy classroom, his words). The list goes on and on... I have decided to pull him and homeschool. And although I am looking forward to this adventure I feel lost when it comes to choosing a curriculum for him. Initially I chose Saxon 7/6 and to allow him to progress through as fast as he needs an then purchase the next level as needed. But now after reading through your threads I see maybe there might be a better place to start. So my question is; I am interested in AoPS however he has only been schooled through 5th grade math. What would you have him do? I'm reluctant to throw him into AoPS because I fear for gaps in his learning/understanding. What would you do before AoPS? His personality: Eager to learn, persistent, vocal, easily frustrated. Can you guys help me OR point me in the right direction? Thanks!!
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