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  1. Yes, he could use help with the different forms of writing before we move to literature and history based. Would you have suggestions for writing across literature and history that could give her some structure to work off of. Like I said she's a great writer just needs direction.
  2. I'm looking for a writing program that would be easy to pull off long distance. I'm not good a writing but I have a daughter that lives out of state that writes beautifully. I'm looking for something that could guide her with some structure to teach my DS (10th grade). She can facetime and share a google docs for the writing assignments. Some of the books I've seen seem like it wouldn't work on the day to day assignments. Any suggestions?
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  4. I didn't realize there was a book. I'll check it out. Thanks!
  5. My DS is finishing up 7th grade and TT pre-algebra. He's frustrated with TT since it seems teach so many ways of doing things and throws something in on the test that he's not sure. I'm thinking it's hard since there is no book so it requires him to totally take notes in order to refer back. I love TT, however haha. I'm terrible at Math and it teaches him and shows him solutions when he's not getting it. Therefore it's a great Math program for me. I'm wondering if a math which uses a book would be a better fit. Does anyone know anything about Jacobs or CLE for Algebra and beyond?
  6. I'm looking for around the 2nd grade level. My daughter is looking into homeschooling her kids in the future and currrently has them at home with the schools closing. She was hoping there were some free online games to help with Math. They don't use many electronics so math will be fun if they can practice online. I'm out of the loop for those grades so I figured there were many of you who could help. Thanks 🙂
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  8. This would be great! I like this style. Detailed recordkeeping is overwhelming me. I'm secretly hoping I don't need as much as alot of people say.
  9. First I want to thank you for such a detailed answer 🙂 You gave me alot to think about as well as eased my mind a little. I'll check out Right Start Math. I definitley need something that helps me with ideas because I'm not very good at math myself to come up with things. I think you are right in becoming friends with the numbers. At this point she sees no need therefore it won't make sense. Do you know if there is a Math that teaches to the daily usage instead of just pages of problems? MUS has very short lessons which is great but it would help if there were books that taught to every day li
  10. I have my first 9th grader and 2 more kids heading to high school the next 2 years. I'm trying to come up with a way to organize my student's coursework to save for recordkeeping of their high school work? I need to get my head wrapped around something that will be easy and do the trick. What do you do? How much do we need to save for records? Pics are welcome 🙂
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