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Wolf Pack

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About Wolf Pack

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    Hive Mind Worker Bee
  • Birthday 01/01/1986

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    Northern Virginia
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    Hippie dippy bologna
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    Educating my kids and myself
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  1. This topic is probably thoroughly covered in another thread, but I haven't been able to find it Can some experienced users tell me how all of the components of the WTM language arts are supposed to be sequenced and used if you did it ideally? And which instructor manuals are truly necessary for each part? I can't wrap my mind around what's "necessary" and whats supplemental if you used this as your primary language arts program. I've got a 7 and 9 year old with scattered language arts experience and I'm trying to figure out what to do with them next year. Just not sure how all of th
  2. I'm wondering if the notebooking style of curriculum would work better for my family than just reading aloud/doing the occasional project. Does anyone have a favorite curriculum I could look into? So far this year we've dabbled in medieval and early American history through read alouds, but it's a struggle to motivate the kids to gather and listen anymore. My oldest two are 8 (9 in feb) and 7, and there are two little brothers who have derailed almost everything this year at this point. I'm at that part of the year where I panic and feel like nothing is working for us/I need to just sell
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