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  1. We are planning on using Hake Grammar 6 this year for grammar. I am also wanting to use IEW SWI-A for writing, so am I ok in just eliminating all of the writing/composition portions of Hake (besides the journal and dictation)? It looks decent, but my dyslexic DS needs help with his writing BAD. I think it would be too much for him to do both.
  2. Thank you for your replies! No, they didn't use the drill sheets, I didn't know about them, but I will go see if they're in the HIG I have and use those to start her off this year. She picks up the concepts quickly, but she does still use and need the manipulatives right now which frustrates her more than me. She wants to do them without, but sometimes can't picture it.
  3. My daughter used SM SE 1A and 1B in co-op last year and did great. The only problem I can see in her skills is that she has virtually no math facts memorized at this point. She'd like to continue and use 2A and 2B this year, which I'm ok with, but I'm thinking that she needs a couple of weeks of fact review/drill before we start. Is this a common problem with SM? Are you doing drill and fact review on the side? I was thinking of using some of the MM pages where they cover single and double digit addition before starting 2A.
  4. In this situation, I would use Winning with Writing for 3rd grade. It teaches how to build a paragraph and different types of writing (narrative, persuasive, etc.) paragraphs. You could skip the parts he already knows in the beginning and do the rest over the summer.
  5. I have them (and they're getting worse, maybe b/c of age) and I just recently read somewhere it was due to low B-12. I ALWAYS have low B-12 and take supplements daily. Not sure if it's true, but worth checking into!
  6. Otterbox. Great all around and they can withstand serious dropping, backpack carrying, purses, dog carrying around, etc.
  7. Thank you! I appreciate it. I'm getting ready to buy it b/c I'm pulling him out of an independent writing class, and just wanted some realistic opinions!
  8. If you use IEW's SWI-A, how long do you spend per day (or week) on writing? Thank you!!
  9. Thank you so much! I got them last night for the kids! They will be so excited to see them all~
  10. My daughter is 7 and LOVES the new LEGO Friends sets. She also loves the American Girl dolls and other things mentioned, but LEGOs are topping the Christmas list this year after McKenna (American Girl doll), of course!
  11. Since we're home all day, I keep it at 65 all winter long. We're in the south though...if I was in the north, I'm thinking maybe it might be 67 or 68.
  12. He's a demi-god from Camp Half Blood (Percy Jackson series). He's wearing a ripped up a pair of jeans we got at the thrift store, an orange tee, shield, sword, helmet and chest plate. He had 2 (sword and shield) and I got the other two at the local pop-up Halloween store. He's actually excited about it this year!
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