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  1. I don't currently have any plans on using them. If our community was hit hard by swine flu, Id maybe consider using one. But since I have 3 kids in public school, I think they would be more likely to bring it home than I would be to pick it up at the grocery store
  2. I have a bunch.....the 2 I found myself using the most were the Baby Hawk mei tai and a Maya Wrap sling (also had a mesh sling for the pool that came in really handy)
  3. I know it suggests pages in a few different encyclopedias...but do you have to use it? Or is it complete enough on its own? Im trying not to over do it this year and keep it simple thanks
  4. thanks...I just ordered through Peacehill and did the media shipping I don't have a copier or I would have just copied them as I needed them
  5. For kindy we just did Singapore Earlybird and McRuffy Reading/Phonics. It was enough that it felt like we had "school" but it wasn't overwhelming. We didn't even do it every day.
  6. nope, none of those. Just the student pages (which is the second half of the activity guide). I don't want to try and photocopy all of them myself (I think its about 125 pages or so)
  7. I know peacehill press has them but they charge $7 shipping....anyone else that has them but charges less? I went to FedEx/Kinkos and Staples to get prices of making copies and Fed Ex was really expensive, Staples was around $14 I think
  8. I also let the fever go unless the child is miserable....then I'll treat with motrin/advil My one son was horribly sick with a fever of only 101 (ended up in the hospital) yet another DS had a fever of 104 and was playing normally
  9. I need to add something to my RR order.....do you prefer the thick foam pattern blocks or the magnetic ones? thanks!
  10. I do not want longer days....in fact one of the reasons I am HS'ing DS is because his school portion of the day can be shorter and it gives us more time to do outside activities (while learning MORE than the kids in PS) My DD doesn't get home til after 4:30 and we have to rush around to get to dance classes on time....if they extended the day, she wouldn't even be able to take dance anymore
  11. SOTW lists 4 options: Usborne Book of World History Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia Kingfisher Illustrated History of the World Kingfisher History Encyclopedia Which would be the best for a 6 yr old? I was going to get the internet-linked one but since I haven't seen any in person I figured I'd ask here first thanks
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