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  1. Ok I'll start this off with my husband showed me this cute robot from www.anki.com that is a mix between Wall-E and Eve. It had creative input from a Wall-E animator so no wonder why. It has moods, facial recognition, roams around, plays games, sounds like wall-e and picks up cubes. It has some pre-programmed actions, but it is customizable with python web code. My husband is a website coder as his job, but he doesn't know python. He is planning to learn it just to see what he can do with it. He also said it looked simple enough(says the website coder). My kids are too young to start programm
  2. I'm looking into Singapore math and many of the items available interest me. I want to be able to teach it with the text book. I was wondering if the workbook is a place to write out problems from the textbook like what you might use a "scratch" paper for, or if the two products are necessary to use together. Is it beneficial to use a practice book, or does it increase the workload significantly. I was thinking about buying the practice books instead of the textbook workbooks. Do you think it's more beneficial to actually purchase the textbook workbook? I also wanted to look into the Singapor
  3. I don't formally homeschool yet, I'm just encouraging what learning that my little ones show interest in. My 21 month old focused on being verbal and speaks individual words relatively clearly for her age. She understands a bit of sign language, and signs. She starts singing parts of the alphabet, partially correctly, then says "now I know my abcs". She can almost count to 10. She can identify many letters and numbers. Around 16-18 months she told a few people "hi, you're so pretty". People are guessing her to be older by nearly a year, even people with small children of their own. I would thi
  4. ....I thought you were talking about sales people by the title. I'm glad this is an excited post of events. It sounds like you are learning/experiencing so much along with your child. I am only starting to plan my homeschooling path..my children are not even school age yet.
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