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About 5wolfcubs

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    Always homeschooled, influenced by the WTM, CM, LCC
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    Virginia, beautiful Virginia
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    I like to read, write, draw, garden, I'm thinking about knitting...
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    Wife, mother, that order

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    Teaching Cursive: This Method Works created by Linda L. Corson I can buy this new from the publisher with for $35 including shipping -- if you have a used one for less that $25, please let me know!



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    Paragraphs for Middle School: A Sentence-Composing Approach by Don and Jenny Killgallon I can buy it new with Prime shipping for $32 but if you have a good useable one for less that $25, please let me know!



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    BOOKSHARK 5: Eastern Hemisphere $300 Full Grade Package with History (Read-Alouds & Readers), Language Arts, Spelling and Science! You just need to add the consumable pages and math. For more information about BookShark: D-Ring 3-inch Binder with Tabs History 5 Instructor's Guide Language Arts 5 Instructor's Guide Science 5 Instructor's Guide Markable Map Markable Map Markers Calligraphy Kit Sequential Spelling, Volume 1 Books (all in good or excellent condition): Where the Mountain Meets the Moon I Rode a Horse of Milk White Jade A Long Walk to Water Ashanti to Zulu: African Traditions A Moment Comes Beat the Story Drum, Pum-Pum The Master Puppeteer The Horse and His Boy Journey to Jo'burg Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze Seven Daughters and Seven Sons The Land I Lost All the Small Poems Daughter of the Mountains Shadow Spinner Call it Courage Henry Reed, Inc. House of Sixty Fathers Water Sky The Kite Fighters The Big Wave The Cat Who Went to Heaven Just So Stories A Girl Named Disaster Wild Orchid King of the Wind Around the World in Eighty Days Ali and the Golden Eagle Li Lun, Lad of Courage Red Sand, Blue Sky Born in the Year of Courage Sadako And The Thousand Paper Cranes Fun with Easy Origami Habibi Rickshaw Girl Breaking Stalin's Nose 52 Days by Camel: My Sahara Adventure Nelson Mandela: No Easy Walk to Freedom Whatever Happened to Penny Candy? Gandhi: Young Nation Builder Mother Teresa Homesick The Care & Keeping of You: The Body Book for Younger Girls The Boy's Body Book: Everything You Need to Know for Growing Up You Food and Nutrition for Every Kid Improve Your Survival Skills Understanding Your Brain Blood & Guts: A Working Guide to Your Own Insides Usborne Internet-Linked Complete Book of the Human Body Seven Wonders of Medicine It was a fabulous year for us!


  4. I will be back in Arizona in a few weeks, after 5 years in the swamps of Virginia! Okay, we're coming out of swamp season now -- I'm going to miss the autumn weather with the leaves changing colors and the magical walks in the woods during the winter snowfalls! BUT I'm excited about returning to the East Valley. While I consider myself a classical educator, I'm actually contemplating BookShark 5 this coming year for my 10 & 13yo...
  5. I'm not sure TOG would be cheaper (although I don't know the cost for CC) -- the unit manuals are extensive, and therefore pricey, and so are all the actual books. And you still have to buy math and language arts. And science. I used TOG Ancients twice with my children (once when oldest was about 10, and then again when she was about 15). I still own it because I *did* love it. But I don't know that I want to use it again. Okay, I know I won't use it again. But for some reason I haven't parted with it yet. The first time I used it myself, and the second time a friend and I did it together (co-op style), but we still each had to have our own copy of the unit manuals and all the books!
  6. Oh, I meant to add that I can't dry my hands in public restrooms without thinking of you either! :D

  7. I saw a sign that made me think of you:

    Give Me Bacon or Give Me More Bacon


  8. Similar storm experience...right down to the junk food! :D

  9. Thanks for the hugs. I had lots of weird dreams last night, that I am sure are all related to what is going on. The pinterest comment worked.

  10. Just wanted to send you a :grouphug: today!

  11. Hi Lee,


    Hope you faired well in the storm! We had no damage, no trees down and no power outtage--unbelievable! I think I ate more snack food than I have in the last year, waiting for the "other shoe to fall," but really, it was easy for us. Hope it was for you, too!


  12. Just thought I'd send you a post-hurricane :grouphug:

    I may never get used to living here... :lol:

  13. Thank you. Very little sleep last night. Some days I'm not sure I'm cut out for this job :).

  14. :grouphug: Thought you could use a few! :grouphug:

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