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amiesmom

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  1. Our school district has a written policy that states every child from preschool through grade 12 will have homework assigned daily. One of the many reasons we ended up homeschooling.
  2. I didn't notice, but then again we're watching on a laptop, so not great sound in general.
  3. I didn't see a thread about this yet. Anyone watching? If you're interested in watching you can go to http://www.lds.org
  4. We love LMA! I was able to buy liquid watercolors and watercolor paper. Now we just download the outlines (free on the LMA website) and watch the YouTube videos. The live paint along videos go into a little more detail and have some technique practice at the beginning, where as the tutorial only videos skip some of that.
  5. Have you ever looked at Hewitt Homeschool's Preschool Plus? We enjoyed it very much.
  6. If you haven't seen it already, they updated the app with the new Come Follow Me curriculum for home and Sunday School and primary. It looks really good, I'm excited to start using it.
  7. IEW theme based writing (ancients 6th, world history 7th grade), goes well with our history.
  8. I have not used them but there is History Unboxed and Dig Magazine
  9. There is a class at Well Educated Mind Academy for parents called Math that Makes Sense. It is supposed to teach you how to teach math, I believe they use the Singapore Math books. http://www.wtmacademy.com/courses-for-adults/ I think you can still take the class as a self paced option.
  10. You can go to Julian if you like small old town touristy things, museums at Balboa park (next to the zoo), Catalina Island, the boardwalk at Pacific Beach
  11. We use this paper and have done many of the projects on artprojectsforkids with them with great success.
  12. We use these Daily Mental Math books, they are quick and provide enough review for my kids. I don't buy the answer key, I haven't found it necessary.
  13. My DD completed FLL 1-3 and could diagram the sentences in the book correctly and had all the definitions memorized, but when asked to identify a subject or verb in any given sentence could not. We finished Fix It book 1 this year, and I would say it was successful in helping her identify parts of speech, and since we use IEW for writing it also reinforces some of the style & dress up techniques. She likes Fix It, and it is quick and easy, FLL was taking a huge chunk of time every day, Fix It is 4 days a week 10 min. a day. It does not, however, teach diagramming. Some feel that a grammar program without diagramming is not complete. I am happy with the program and plan to continue using it.
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