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Gretchen in NO. CA

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  1. Thanks for these ideas. I haven't looked at Easy Peasy before so I'll look at that. I do have Getting Started with Spanish. I was looking for something more fun for her, but maybe I can combine it with something else.
  2. I am looking for a middle school Spanish for my 13 yod. She is dyslexic, APD and low working memory. She wants to learn Spanish as we live in CA and she hears Spanish everywhere we go. Does anyone have any recommendations? It needs to be fun, not move too fast, interesting and start to prepare her for High school in a couple of years. Thanks, Gretchen
  3. Does anyone have any experience with Audiblox? It is now called Edublox and mostly a computer program now. I was just reading about it and they had a case study of a girl named Maddie who had very similar testing scores as my daughter. Any one else use it? Thanks, Gretchen in No. CA
  4. I'll give her the screening. Thanks. Right now we are doing Logic of English Essentials. She does struggle with hearing some sounds, like the difference between m and n so I was wondering if I should go back and do FIS.
  5. I haven't used it but have heard mixed reviews. Some say it is amazing and their child has improved so much by using it. Others have said their child didn't improve at all and it was an expensive mistake. I'm looking into it too. Another recommendation is HearBuilder. It is similar but not very expensive. My daughter is being evaluated by a speech and language center at a nearby University in Feb. so I'm hoping they can help me choose one of these or have other suggestions.
  6. My daughter scored very low on the CTOPP 2 test. Would something like Foundations in Sound (precurser to Barton) help her with this? Thanks, Gretchen in No. CA
  7. Great job! Do you have the teacher's guide for intermediate for sale? I have the older kids one and it is too hard for my daughter so I wanted to get intermediate. Thanks! Gretchen
  8. My son will be reading SWB The History of the Medieval World this year for 10th grade. He will be doing independent study with our local school. They are used to having regular tests at the end of the chapter. Are there any tests for this book? Anyone made up any? Thanks!
  9. Does anyone know of a course that would cover more modern music?I don't know if it would be history or music appreciation. By modern I mean 1940's till now. Has anyone written curriculum for this or know of a book that would cover this? Of course, we would add plenty of listening to music! Thanks, Gretchen
  10. Does anyone know of a course that would cover more modern music?I don't know if it would be history or music appreciation. By modern I mean 1940's till now. Has anyone written curriculum for this or know of a book that would cover this? Of course, we would add plenty of listening to music! Thanks, Gretchen
  11. Hi, has anyone taken any classes with MyFunScience.com? I am considering Physical Science for my son. He does not like science and it is like pulling teeth to get it done. Maybe an online course would be more interesting for him? Thanks for any info. Gretchen in No. CA
  12. Has anyone used online classes through JAM? They have classes in art, cooking, computers, inventing. The invention one looked like it would be perfect for my daughter whose favorite things are cardboard and a hot glue gun! Anyone have any info? Thanks!
  13. Great! I didn't know this. I'll think I'll try it this summer. Thanks for responding.
  14. Has anyone used this? I am mainly interested in the video courses but they don't have any samples to see what they are like. Seems like you get a lot for not much money but I'm not sure I would use all the different things they have. Thanks, Gretchen
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