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    Done a lot of things - but learning with my kids is my favorite so far.
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    swim, bike, "slog", "scrap"(when there's time)
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    Teaching my kiddos
  1. My announcements were a combo of announcements and invitation to grad party. I think I used those pre-imaged (not the correct word) cards from Costco. Under the school section I just wrote "Home School & XX Community College (DE)" Pretty much simple as that.
  2. My oldest was fine, but my youngest had to mature. He went to a very large university right out of high school (his last two years were dual enrollment program specifically designated for high school students that kept the kids in a cohort with the same teachers for two years). He took Chemistry - the class that has about 500 students- and had difficulty trying to get help (his issue). Anyway, he came home and finished his first two years at the community college, and now is back enrolled at big university for his last two years of engineering. He was able to practice advocating for himsel
  3. My history breakdown is a bit odd based on what I was trying to cover with ds. Ancient History - 400 AD War & World History Lectures 1-15 (professor spends the first lecture or so defining war) History about 400 - 1800 War & World History Lectures 16 - 34 History about 1800 - 1900 War & World History Lectures 35 -40 History about 1900 - Current War & World History Lectures 41 - 48 Here is the "traditional" WTM breakdown (very rough) Ancient History - 400 AD War & World History Lectures 1-15 History from 400 - 1600 - Lectures would be 16-26, Then Early Mo
  4. :iagree: Totally! Conceptual Physics This was 9th grade science class for both my kids (using the Hewitt text) and I supplemented the class with the course "Physics in Your Life" (here http://www.thegreatcourses.com/tgc/courses/course_detail.aspx?cid=1260) taught by Prof. Richard Wolfson. My kids and I liked it because the prof was interesting and provided relevant demonstrations. He suggests you watch the course in order, but concedes that it can be done out of order. The first module is on light and sound, the second is on forces, and so on. Most physics courses (including conceptual
  5. One more very grateful user; one more happy to donate.
  6. Except for the doctor and double major thing I could have written this. So I am glad my daughter is taking a gap year. She is not sure what she wants to do and felt too stressed at the beginning of her senior year to have applied anywhere. She lifeguards at the YMCA, so she is and will be employed during this gap year. She wants to travel, but is not sure how to do it safely as a female. I am a little nervous about this upcoming year because she only has a vague idea of what she wants to do. I guess I had hope taking classes at the cc would help. Guess it just gave her more options t
  7. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • For Sale
    • USED

    This set has been used once and all the CDs are in great condition. All pieces of the set (Test Bank & Answer Book, Test Solution CDs, Lecture, Practice and Solution CDs) are included except for the Textbook. You can still purchase it from the company or other retailers. $60 + $5 media mail shipping. If you wish to have insurance add $2.45. If you purchase the set and really want the Textbook (I'd call it "acceptable+" condition with pencil writing and beat up edges, but all pages in there), just add another $10. I take paypal, so pm me for details.

    $60.00

  8. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • For Sale
    • USED

    This has the T.E., S.E. and Test Answers. All you need are the tests. One of the 2 T.E,s has red ink writing in it sporadically; I didn't find it distracting. Other than that these books are in good shape. The cost is $35 + $9 media mail shipping. I take paypal only. If you wish to add insurance add $2.45.

    $35.00

  9. Thank you, Lori D. I am not exactly sure where to put this but perhaps beginning in 10th grade, job shadow any potential area of interest.
  10. Found the cookie thief! But someone else stole 259 cookies!

  11. You stole 258 cookies!

     

    Rules of the game: if you find this (anyone except the cookie thief themselves) then post here to say "I caught the cookie thief! BUT... someone else took 259 cookies from the cookie jar!" That way we know this player has been caught and we'll look on another profile. Next, copy this entire post and paste it onto someone else's profile (player must have more than 100 posts and must have been active in the last month.) Lastly, change the numbers so each increase by one. It will be easier to track that way. Please post your findings in the thread entitled SOMEONE STOLE A COOKIE! Forum Game. Have Fun!

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