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  1. Thanks so much for posting this question--and for the helpful answers and recommendations! Amy in GA, I viewed your shared Google doc and had one quick question--what are the roman numerals indicating on your single subject sheet? I'm sure it's obvious and I'm just missing something! :lol: Thanks for the link to the planners--yay for affordability and functionality! Tracie in TN
  2. I think that there is a glitch in the system--the very same thing happens each time I post an ad! After you've entered your classified (and you get the "something's wrong message), try hitting"Refresh" or "Reload", click on the Classifieds tab, and there's a good chance you will see your ad placed there. :thumbup: That's what has worked for me. Hope that's helpful!
  3. Great suggestion--thanks! I need to do some research on WWS, but it sounds as though it will fit the bill--coupled with FLL4. Thanks~
  4. Thank you both for your replies! I should have added that I'm rather eclectic in my curriculum selection. I pick and choose what works best for us, as we all do. Thus, I'm not lock-step into only WTM stuff--though, like 2 Girls, I don't know what I would have done with out "the Book." It's an amazing resource--and we've been home-educating for 8 years now. I appreciate your suggestions and prompt replies! Tracie
  5. Confession: I stayed too long with Adventures in Phonics; thus, we just finished our review of Book 1/FLL and full-on completion of Books 2 & 3, cruising through the letter writing/dictionary usage/oral usage at the very end. DS is a rising 4th grader, an advanced writer/reader with a vocab (and the ability to spell it!) of a high schooler. He grasped the diagramming, lingo, rules, etc. with no problem. My questions is this: What comes next for us? WWE, I fear, would be rather basic for him--as it was for his older brother. Any recommendations on what to use next to cement the grammar skills, develop non-fiction writing skills, outlining, and the like? I've been reading through the WTM guide and value that very much; however, "here's what I've done, here's our experience" is so valuable to me. Thanks--in advance, Tracie in TN :thumbup1:
  6. All: Thanks much for the great suggestions thus far! ALB, your daughter sounds like my youngest son--for whom I am seeking these recs! :thumbup:
  7. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks much!
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