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  1. I was thinking of Essun in The Broken Earth Trilogy, but she is largely apart from her daughter
  2. We’ve been using CLE so far, just the grammar parts. But the samples of the upper middle school grades look different that the editions we’ve been using, and I’m wondering if it’s time to switch to a straight grammar program.
  3. (Copying this over because I put it in the sub forum by mistake) My last undecided subject! Cutting it close this year. Looking for one of these for my sixth and seventh grader to be using for the next few years. Any opinions on which is the most thorough and comprehensive for junior high?
  4. My last undecided subject! Cutting it close this year. Looking for one of these for my sixth and seventh grader to be using for the next few years. Any opinions on which is the most thorough and comprehensive for junior high?
  5. Trying to vary my girls reading lists some, especially since this is a favorite genre of theirs. I’m thinking The Perilous Gard and The Sherwood Ring by Elizabeth Pope. And maybe The Gammage Cup. Any good ideas? We’re going to do Tolkien next year along with the World Wars
  6. I love the Story of Civilization audiobooks. The Teacher’s Guide I’ve seen has discussion questions and projects and there’s a test book, but no extra history reading or literature. If I go with Biblioplan, SoC will definitely be added in
  7. I get distracted by RC History regularly, but the lack of world history after the Age of Exploration is kind of a deal breaker this year
  8. Any Catholic families tried this? Any tips and resource recommendations? I’m in the distracted by new things stage of homeschool planning
  9. I’m bumping this because I loved this class so much and I am teaching it again this year
  10. Oh, I might pick some box sets for summer reading
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