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  1. Thanks! I have been at such a loss. Now I feel like I have some options to consider
  2. I'm looking for some kind of workbook that my 6th grader could do independently and practice the rules of punctuation, capitalization, etc. We've gone over basics while learning grammar and writing but I can tell she needs more practice and explanation. Thanks! April
  3. Are the texts still available? Would you consider selling without the literature set? Thanks, April
  4. I have always loved Flashcard Exchange, mainly because I could print my cards on index cards. It was so convenient! No cutting!! But now they have "updated" the site and done away with my favorite printing option. Are there any other sites that will allow you to print using index cards?? Thx:)
  5. I was wondering the same thing. Do you think WP has older copies they would be willing to sell or maybe something will come up in classifieds? Thanks!
  6. Awhile ago, there was a st about a great little book that teaches outlining. I have an 8th grader that has been through IEW materials and I'm just looking for something at will guide him through the traditional outlining process. At ideas? Thx!
  7. I've been reading reviews on Amazon and some folks seem to feel the newest edition isn't necessarily the best. Anybody have an opinion or experience? Thanks!
  8. My kiddies are 4, 8, 10, 14. I don't know if I'll ever give them unrestricted access to the tv. We don't have cable. We mainly watch Netflix and that's easy to monitor. We've lightened up on the 14 yr. old but he's still not allowed to watch anything he wants.
  9. I've been searching the for sale boards but can't find anything more recent than 2012. Maybe I'm searching the wrong words? I'm looking for the version of Hideaways in History that uses SOTW. Any ideas where I might get my hands on it? Thanks!
  10. Yes! Well, at least that's what I got. Thanks everyone:)
  11. Thanks. I got the relative pronoun part, too. So what do you have as the subject of the clause?
  12. It.s always dangerous when we make up our own sentences. Now we're stuck! I need help parsing the subordinate clause in the following sentence: John, whose last name is Doe, plays the drums. I have a guess but I want to check my work. Thanks!!
  13. I have to scan some spelling lists (35 pgs.) that are in a booklet printed back and front. I don't want to scan them one at a time, flip, then do the back side. My other printer/scanner let me rearrange them once scanned but I'm out of luck. Surely there's something I can do. Help! I have a ton of stuff to scan for my co-op. Thanks!
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