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  1. Which one of these would you consider more worthy of high school credit?
  2. Hi ladies, I was wondering if any of you have used Circe's guides to the Iliad and the Odyssey? I'm also considering the MP guides. If you've used MP, have you used the videos that go with it? The Circe ones look rather intriguing to me............ Any thoughts? Thanks!
  3. Hi ladies, I'm looking at putting my 5th grader in a Latin class (using Latin for Children A) with either Wilson Hill Academy or Schole Academy. Anyone have kiddos that have taken that class at either of these places that can speak to them? Thanks!
  4. Great points!! Thanks for replying. Hmmm..............I'm going to have to do some thinking on this. One of my goals for next year is to NOT have information overload. I don't want too basic of an overview, but we opted for American only vs. Modern (whole world) so that we could have less details to get through. Is History of US far more information than Notgrass? I like the idea of built in assignments in Notgrass, but I see your point (Targhee) about Notgrass having so many pieces, though I think I would just add the 3 texts. Targhee - do you feel like Notgrass is NOT engag
  5. Hi, I have been using America's Story Volume 1 (Angela O'Dell) this year with my kiddos and we've loved it. We've added literature to round it out. I would like to use volumes 2 & 3 next year to finish the rest of American history, but my oldest will be in 8th grade and it might not be enough for her. I'm trying to decide if I should add Notgrass America the Beautiful or some of Hakim's History of Us books for extra reading and output. Any opinion on how those would work with America's Story or how you feel about Notgrass and History of Us compared to one another? I likely wouldn'
  6. Same here. Same discussion with Ian. The only thing I'd add is that they mentioned that since Adam is clearly older now and wiser, with more experience, that will show up a bit in the new version. They still said I didn't need the updated one. Nevertheless, I bought it. I'm going to watch it over the summer so can't say what the differences might be. But I, also, respected that they weren't trying to get me to purchase something I didn't really need.
  7. I always enjoy Adam Andrews and Andrew Kern. But i have to say - Christopher Perrin's talk entitled Loving the Lovely was incredible!!!
  8. Thanks! Great information. I'm heading to a convention this weekend and I really hope Rainbow Resource center has some copies for me to look at. I do so much better holding the product in my hands vs online samples!
  9. That makes sense. And that Notgrass lineup seems like it would work. They will be studying the same thing but with different resources for the younger student and the older ones together. I'm not sure how well the high school vs middle school texts line up, but at least you'll be doing generally the same thing. If Notgrass appeals to you and you think it will help you actually get things done, go for it! I know several families who really like it.
  10. What didn't work with BP? Isn't it all planned out? Kids on the same page but using different books? Are you wanting them all reading the same books? I agree that having the 4th grader reading the same thing as the 8th grader will be hard.
  11. I was wondering if anyone can tell me their thoughts on Rod and Staff grammar vs Grammar for the WTM for 8th grade. Which do you prefer? What are the pros and cons of each in comparison to one another in your opinion?
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