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  1. The Homeschool Build your bundle is almost here again. You get to build your own bundle of excellent homeschool resources/curriculum. They are giving away an excellent prize to win bundles of your choice for the value of $150. The giveaway ends in 3 days so hurray. But also check out what bundle options are available. There is some great savings. Here is the link http://www.buildyourbundle.net/promotions/giveaways/win-3-bundles/?lucky=7110 Good luck everyone
  2. Happy Tuesday! Educents has a bunch of freebies this week - including these for May/Summer! Homeschool Behavior Chart - http://www.educents.com/homeschool-behavior-chart.html Homeschool Travel Kits - http://www.educents.com/save-your-sanity-with-travel-kits.html Alphabet Posters (okay I know these aren’t for summer but they are so cute…AND FREE!) http://www.educents.com/alphabet-posters-with-word-wall-cards.html I got all of these for free, but they also have hundreds of new ones each week. Best, Dianna
  3. My dd12 is finished with BFSU3, and I need 2 more years of science for the rest of middle school. DD picks up science concepts quickly and is just starting geometry and is very solid on algebra. I'd like to do some pre-AP level physics or chemistry or biology. We are finishing up the year using Thinking Physics by Lewis Carroll Epstein, and will probably continue with his Relativity Visualized this summer. My questions for 7th and 8th grade science: What subjects? What secular curriculum for a slightly accelerated science student? What else that's out of the box shoul
  4. I am trying to plan our curriculum for next year and need advice. I will have a "2nd grader" who is still learning to read. He is doing Saxon Math 1 this year and we finished FLL 1 & 2, we also did WWE 1. We are still working through OPGTTR and he is doing really well but it looks like it will take us all of 2nd grade to finish it. My daughter would normally be starting 6th grade is she was in public school but when we pulled her out of public school she was behind in several things so we are working on bringing her up slowly. It bothers her that her books say 4th grade but I have explain
  5. I am so excited about this! We have enjoyed Sonlight in the past and have edited out the religious portions of their curriculum. Just found out they have an affliate company that offers a secular option now! All the great books and awesome schedule of Sonlight, but without the religious materials. Woohoo! So excited! Here is the link
  6. I could write 20 posts today with all the ?'s I have in my brain , but I decided to focus on the first priority:) Quick background, this is my 4th year homeschooling, but only 2nd with all 4 kids. They have all been in PS and pulled home gradually. All of my kids have learning issues.....mild to significant. My DD11 was in special education since age 4. She came home last year In 4th grade. She can read decode on a high 3rd grade level. She is finishing up AAR3 and is in AAS2. Her biggest issue is comprehension, plus she hates to read. She receives OT and PT and is on the waitin
  7. I am looking for a Spanish curriculum we can use together as a family. Any suggestions? Grades PK-6
  8. I'm looking for curriculum suggestions for a 10-week middle school history study in a co-op. For grades 6-7-8. I'd like to make the classes exciting and hands-on, although this is probably beyond the lapbooking age. Any suggestions? Beyond medieval. Topics such as Great Inventors, etc. would be appreciated. But I am looking for something that would have a set curriculum to guide the lessons, nothing that would need to be created from scratch. Thank you for any and all suggestions!
  9. I'm looking for curriculum suggestions for a 10-week middle school history study in a co-op. For grades 6-7-8. I'd like to make the classes exciting and hands-on, although this is probably beyond the lapbooking age. Any suggestions? Beyond medieval. Topics such as Great Inventors, etc. would be appreciated. But I am looking for something that would have a set curriculum to guide the lessons, nothing that would need to be created from scratch. Thank you for any and all suggestions!
  10. Hi! My name is Kurstin, and I am a former public school teacher. I taught high school English for 18 years. My subjects included AP English, Journalism/Yearbook, and Drama/Acting. I moved out of teaching into a School Improvement Facilitator position and also worked as an Asst. Professor in the Curriculum & Instruction/Instructional Technology program at UT Austin. I am happily married and have a 10 yo son who is GT, 2e, and has Aspergers. My son was enrolled in a fabulous charter school, but we have moved, and I plan on homeschooling him this year. He is entering 5th grade but is academi
  11. Okay, I consider myself an eclectic homeschooler with a classical bent, but this year almost every piece of curricula I've chosen is CE. My problem is that it looks like SO much - how do you get it all done each day without burning yourself and the kids out? Do I have too much planned? If so, what would you let go of? Here's my 6th grade list: Writing: WWS1; Creative Writer 1; 5 Minute Daily Writing Practice (when in car or something) Spelling/Vocab: Word Roots Beginning Grammar: Analytical Grammar (1/3-1/2 book - DD is talking about wanting to go to public school in 8th grade, want thi
  12. Here we go again.... I'm not a new homeschooler. We pulling our oldest daughter out of public after she completed Kindergarten 10 years ago, so I'm not new to the rodeo. I AM new to the learning disability one though. We made the choice to enroll our 3rd child into a charter school last year for her 3rd grade year. After much frustration with reading we knew their would be some issues with milestones from the school. Sure enough they told us she was behind in reading. Pretty drastically. Not a shock. I had been hoping that her struggle with reading was just a delay in having the "click" mo
  13. In light of the other thread which lists tempting curricula we don't need, I wanted to start one on the top three curricula and resources per grade we are excited to use next year. I'll start. I can't wait to start the following with DS10 next year in sixth: 1. Dorothy Mills' ancient history books with A Mind in the Light's Book Notes 2. A Child's Geography: Exploring the Holy Land and The Classical World 3. The Big Book of Lively Latin Excited to do these the second time around, but this time with DD6: 1. SOTW 1: The Ancients with Activity Guide 2. Primary Language Lesson
  14. I feel like I am finally getting a handle on all of this and now everyone is starting to talk about planning for next year...I am panicking a bit. Next year I will have a chronologically 6th grader and 7th grader...but it will be more like a 5th grader and 8th grader. They have been doing history and science together, along with art and music. Their math is varried and spelling is very different. Their literature and writing is sometimes the same type of assignment, but with higher expectations for the older one. We are doing Ancient History this year and plan to move to The Middle Age
  15. My dear friend lives in a developing country, and just learned this week that she will need to homeschool her Kindergartner this year. The cost of shipping books there is exorbitant, so she is looking for as many online resources as possible. She is brand new to homeschooling. What would you use for Kindergarten if you had to rely entirely on online resources (not streaming, as their internet connection is slow/spotty)? Thank you SO MUCH for any and all resources & information!!
  16. Hi there! I asked this over on the Pre-K and K board, but wanted to get the input of the larger hive as well. My DD5 has been doing K4 this year and is writing like crazy - making up spellings for everything. She's quite adamant that her spellings are correct. ;) I wasn't planning to start spelling until 1st grade, but I feel like she's forcing my hand here, and I've started looking into spelling for K, but I feel completely indecisive about what to use. My initial plan was just to use Spelling Workout as recommended in TWTM, but looking at it, I don't think it will be the right fit for he
  17. Okay, here's a tall order for the hive. I'm trying to help a friend who is starting homeschooling next year with her K'er. Their ultimate goal is to get him into a Christian private school when their financial circumstances change, but in the mean time, they are homeschooling. She is not very confident in herself as a homeschooler and is also expecting baby #2 in August. I'm trying to help her find a curriculum that includes all of these characteristics (or as many as possible): * Christian perspective * preferably classically-oriented * very easy to implement, well laid out, low prep -
  18. I have an incoming K5'er who's going nuts with writing everything and using lots of invented spelling. I was planning to wait until 1st grade to start spelling, and was planning on using Spelling Workout, but I think she is forcing my hand here and I'm looking at starting spelling in K instead. (We have been doing K4 with phonics, handwriting, and math.) I'm trying to figure out whether I ought to plan on using All About Spelling, which seems like it might be more appropriate for using with a K'er, or Spelling Workout, which was my initial plan. I really think that AAS would be the better
  19. I'll be honest. I just don't think scientifically. I am not a dummy and it's probably a mental block. But there it is. And I don't want to pass down my failure to my children. If I could "outsource" their curriculum in just one area, it would be Science. The learning curve is just too huge. It's not just learning the content; it's thinking about Science, reading about Science, incorporating projects into Science, shopping for the Science materials, supplementing Science materials, modifying Science materials for different ages, and on and on. History has been a big learning curve, too, b
  20. Our family is considering switching to AoPS as a high school math curriculum next year (my son will be in 8th grade). I am trying to get a handle on what order to do the AoPS curriculum. It seems like there are too many books for the number of years we have left in high school (5 years). The website lists 9 books (8 if we begin with Algebra): Pre-algebra, Intro to Algebra, Counting and Probability, Number Theory, Intro to Geometry, Intermediate Algebra, Intermediate Counting & Probability, Precalculus, Calculus. How many lessons on average are in the books? Are these books designed to
  21. Hi all! I am a homeschooling mom of three. My oldest daughter is 6 years old and is just finishing up with Kindergarten at home. My middle daughter is 3 1/2 years old and will begin PreK work in the fall. My youngest son is 7 months old and just chills while we work. :) We were members this year of a local Classical Conversations Community and LOVED it. We will continue that next year with my oldest moving into Apprentice class and my middle daughter in the Abecedarian class. So we will use the CC curriculum to cover fine arts, history, science and basic memory work. BUT I am struggli
  22. Hi! I hope this is okay to post here... I recently put together my own History curriculum using lots of different booklists available for free online that I'll be using next year with my 8th, 5th, and 2nd graders using materials we either already own or can easily get for free online and from the library. I thought some others might be interested in using it as well so I thought I'd offer up the link to it here. My plan is to cover 1550 through 1850 using Story of the World 3 and History of US 2-5 as the spines. Let me know what you all think of it and if there are any issues with it
  23. Hi everyone! I am new to classical education, and have been researching my curriculum options. Holy cow, I am overwhelmed!! My son is only 4, so I know that I have a while to decide, but I would like to have an idea of where we are heading. I also would like the option of being able to put him in a classical private school if we ever move to a town that has one. My first exposure to classical schooling was reading The Well Trained Mind, which I love, but I am also drawn to the idea of ordering a full curriculum that would have things like lesson plans, online support, and classes in the th
  24. I have a friend who is running out of options to help her step-brother (whom she is adopting) in school and will likely pull him out after the school year is complete (must wait on the adoption to finalize). He's an 8th grader now, high school age for the fall, but in most subjects is only performing on a 5th grade level; his reading comprehension isn't up to par for a 2nd grader. She is working on getting some better diagnoses for him, but in the meantime is ready to start looking at homeschooling options and is most concerned about Language Arts. Thinking his main problem revolves around
  25. Hello all, I haven't been to the forums in quite a while, since what we are doing with my daughter is working. But now my son is school age and I have discovered, through research, that he is a VSL. (My daughter and I are not, though we are probably more whole brained than left brained.) What I have been using with my daughter definitely will NOT work for him. I'm looking for suggestions on curricula, especially for reading. We are planning on using Math Mammoth, but are open to other suggestions. Right now he's tagging along in science and history (R.E.A.L. Science Odyssey and v
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