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  1. How does LTOW compare with Classical Writing? I need a something that will produce solid writing in my upcoming 10th grader. I tried CW, but it didn't work here. Also, how does LTOW compare with SWB's WWS series? I was just planning on using that, but now I am re-thinking. Help anyone? :) Renee
  2. Wow...thanks! I'm not sure what you mean. We live near lake Sunapee, Kearsage school district.
  3. Hi, We moved to NH in December of 2011. I feel like things are just now starting to settle down, and I can start to look into home schooling groups etc. Do any of you, who live in NH, have any information to pass on? I'd love to find something for my kids to meet other kids etc. I don't necessarily need a co-op, but I'd be open to looking at anything. Thank you so much for your help! Renee
  4. Yes! The Golden Goblet. Finally finished it a couple of weeks ago :) Yeah!!
  5. That does look interesting. I just put it in my Amazon cart :001_smile: Thanks!
  6. Thanks so much Robyn. That was very helpful :001_smile: We just moved to NH in December (2011). So far, we really like it here! Renee
  7. Thank you :001_smile: What would be a good text to use after MM 6B? I need something with color. Renee
  8. It is called Virtual Learning Academy Charter School and I think they use a variety of curriculum. It is only for middle school and high school I believe.
  9. Anyone done this? What was your experience? Good? Bad? Ugly? :)
  10. Thank you all for taking the time to respond to my post. I really do value the collective wisdom on this board. We are slowly pursuing a few options. Slowly is the key word there ;) Renee
  11. Thank you for your honesty about the good and the bad. We were self-employed once, for about 10 years. It was very hard, but it did have some perks. If it were up to me, we would just keep things the way they are. But he is not like me......he likes to be his own boss etc. I really appreciate your wisdom and experience. Thanks again for sharing.
  12. My daughter finished up Math Mammoth 6B this year. I am trying to decide on math for her next year. I was all set to use Saxon's Algebra 1/2 with her, but she took one look at it and said, "I can't do this....there is no color. I need color!" So, I am back to the drawing board. I was looking at BJU 8th grade. Has anyone used this? Do you like it? If not, do you have any recommendations? Renee
  13. Wow, you have all given me so much to think about. I was thinking of doing Preparing for my 3rd grader and let my 2nd grader tag along, but do his own basic curriculum. Then, I would put my 6th and 7th grader in Resurrection to Reformation, hoping they would be more independent. I feel so frustrated, because I want to give them all individual attention, and I just don't know how to get that done! I'm still not sure what I'm going to do, but thank you so much for all your responses. It really does help. Renee
  14. Glad to hear I have company :001_smile:
  15. Thank you, this is good advice! :)
  16. I think our plan is to start part time, while he is at his current job, and then hopefully it would work into full time.
  17. Oh please post pictures!!!! I LOVE success stories. They totally motivate me! I've started watching "I Used to Be Fat" and "Extreme Makeover-Weight Loss Edition" and I love the stories. I cry in just about every episode, because I am so happy for the people, and I can relate to their emotional eating struggles. It is very inspiring to hear that it can be done!
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