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  1. The toughest thing for me the last couple months, with homeschooling four kids, has been getting everyone's work scheduled. I think what I'm going to try to do over the next couple of days is assign all the kids' work through January. Is anyone else working on lesson planning?
  2. Is this considered classical? Does anyone use this? Do you love it or hate it? I have a 3rd grader and 6th grader. I saw this and it looked promising. It looks like you can delve in as much as you want if the kids become interested. Advice please!
  3. :seeya: Hello all! We are actually new to homeschooling. This is our first year. I have two little girls. We are loving it so far. I wasn't sure where to start in the beginning so I purchased some items, Abeka, Apologia, and Saxon. Well I got rid of it all except the Saxon and kept the Abeka Language Arts just because of cost. I went to US History from America's Core Curriculum and a science program by Ryan Murphy. They are ok, but not giving me that WoW feeling! I'm so glad I found information on classical education! I've actually just started the book and I'm really liking it! Although I
  4. Hello all! This is my first post ever, I am new to this site, and new to homeschooling. My husband and I decided to send our son to public school for Kindergarten just "for fun", we knew we wanted to homeschool but our son was also interested in riding the bus and checking out the school....unfortunately this experiment failed and we are pulling him out after the winter break. I have to write a 1 page 'curriculum' for the school. Does anyone have any suggestions for a newbie? What do they want to see? I look forward to getting a lot of use out of these forums! thanks, mama me
  5. I posted a review today for the learning website, ABCmouse.com here for anyone curious about the site :).
  6. I was hoping someone might be able to point me in the direction of a secular science curriculum that I might be able to use for a 6th and 8th grader. I would like to find one that runs through high school so stay somewhat consistent in format and depth. Not too textbooky, but heavy on experiments and observations. I'd like to start with Anatomy and Physiology, since both kids have expressed an interest in the subject and I loved my college A&P class. Bring on the dissection! I should mention that both my husband and I have chemistry degrees and we have strong science backgrounds so
  7. My daughter is 4 and in preschool, but the plan is to homeschool her next year. We already homeschool our oldest (6 yr old son). He is calm, focused, easy to teach. Our daughter is the opposite. She is very spirited. We (me, hubby, her ped) think she has ADHD and are working with positive reinforcements to see if that helps before looking at having her tested. She is also a very immature 4 yr old. She still acts like a toddler a lot and we are hoping that in a year she will gain some maturity. She turns 5 in January. Please give me some ideas on how to teach her and what curriculum(s) may work
  8. hi...we're looking for Waldorf 7th grade curriculum and other books and feedback from any parents who have used any of the Waldorf curriculums available for homeschoolers.....thanks....you can email me at auntiebridgedagap (at) gmail (dot) com many thanks :grouphug:
  9. Any advice from veteran homeschoolers/after schoolers on helping a child to become fluent in math? Should I drill and kill with basic math facts? Do math daily? Manipulatives? Dice games? Curriculum? My son is in 1st grade, and I really want him to get him off to the right start. He is in public school this year, and I am not sure about the quality of his math instruction. Your help is greatly appreciated. :)
  10. I was looking for World History lesson plans and I accidentally came upon this site. http://www.sascurriculumpathways.com. I did a search of the forums and couldn't find any reference to SAS Curriculum Pathways. It is free and has online interactive resources for English, Math, History, Science and Spanish. You can also click on your state and find modules that correspond to your state's standards. I might use some of this for 10th grade.
  11. My 10th grade son wants to learn Japanese -- any suggestions? I have no idea where to begin.
  12. What is your favorite first math curriculum? Why? Thanks! :bigear:
  13. Best secular phonics/how-to-read program...........GO! :001_smile: (ok, a little background...It's for my 5yo. He recognizes the letters and knows their sounds for the most part. We are starting Moving Beyond the Page 5-7 in a couple weeks, so I need something to supplement that for learning to read. Thank you!)
  14. If you teach/taught handwriting without a curriculum, how do/did you do it? What is/was your approach?
  15. We will be homeschooling for the first time this fall, with a 2nd and a K student. I live in the state of TX but not a native (know very little state details or history). I've had several people ask me how I plan to incorporate state history into our studies. It's not required, but any Texan in public school gets A LOT of state history! I don't want to go overboard, but would like an idea of how others do state history. How often? Is there a curriculum available for it? What ages? How important is it for a K-5 grade education?
  16. M Hello, I'm new to all of this. I'm a mom to an incredible 6y/o and 3 y/o Aspies. My 6 y/o (my son) started out at public school. We had been promised the world, but given nothing. To make a long story short, we finally (through a nasty legal battle) were able to free him from the Public School. The first month or so was a battle to break him free from his autistic shell that the school that left him with (his teacher was a sadistic freak who bullied him mercilessly). Once he started to become himself again, I started trying different curriculum.* I know my son has unmedicated AD/HD, sen
  17. It's my first time ever homeschooling and i need help finding the right curriculum. I have a 5yr old son with Autism who is due to start kindergarten in August. *Right now he gets ABA, Speech, Physical & Occupational therapies. He is able to imitate words/actions, count to 15 & knows his letters. He can also sort & match items. He absolutely loves the Ipad too. He just doesn't initiate verbal interaction & is non conversational. He also doesn't understand the concept of yes & no. We're hoping to incorporate the curriculum as part of his ABA. What would I need to do/buy? Pl
  18. My dd has been learning lots of letter sounds, but whenever we sit down to try to work on it purposefully, I get a lot of push-back from her. She likes it when it feels like a game, but not when it feels like I'm trying to teach her something! Ha! We're going to do MFW K in the fall, but she has already learned many of the sounds, so I think I'll be able to supplement with something, and I'd love to hear your best suggestions for a basic phonics program that feels like fun and not like work! Thanks!
  19. My son is almost 10 and struggles with writing coherent paragraphs. His thoughts are all over the place and consequently so is his writing. I would like curriculum suggestions for him that will help him primarily with structure and organization. I prefer non-DVD instruction at this time. I was thinking maybe Winning with Writing, for its simplistic approach. Any ideas?
  20. I have a gifted 4 1/2 year old son and a 2 year old daughter who is also showing signs of being ahead...and a clingy 4 month old baby boy who makes planning and preparing anything pretty much impossible. I'm considering Sonlight....how are the lessons laid out? How much prep and planning would be required from me? I need a "grab and go" challenging curriculum. Any suggestions?
  21. I'm planning ahead for next year's curriculum for my dd who will be in 6th grade. I haven't been happy with any program we've used so far, but I know where I need to go. Can you give me your advice? We've only been homeschooling since her 4th grade year. She was ps before that, and her 3rd grade was heavy into book projects each month. Then in 4th grade with did LLATL Orange, but I felt compared with her 3rd grade year it was too easy for her. So this year we did CQLA Level A, as I was looking for a strong writing component in our program. I didn't care for CQLA's approach to writing. I fe
  22. I have a mature 4 who I don't think will be quite ready to start K this fall, but I'd like to begin doing something more structured with her, to get both her and I into the habit of everyday schooling. We have been doing casual phonics (a la Ruth Beechick's A Home Start in Reading, but not every day) along with lots of picture book reading and a preschool science curriculum from Elemental Science. My daughter has learned many, but not all, of the letter sounds but still is working on blending them. She's not writing at all yet (we thought she had poor hand-eye coordination and then re
  23. What is the best option for purchasing curriculum in Ontario? I'm thinking widely used stuff like Singapore Math, Math U See, SOTW, etc. The only supplier I know of is Rainbow Resources. And of course, Amazon.com, but they don't have a discounted shipping to Canada deal like Rainbow (I think). Or is it better to make a huge purchase off a US site (any suggestions?) and ship to a PO Box in Buffalo and go down to pick it up there? I really appreciate any tips you may have. Very new at this, Lida
  24. For Javascript~http://codeyear.com/ Dh had my 11 year old doing it and its really easy to follow. I might do some of this too.
  25. My son completed TYCR100EL and some of the Webster's speller. He is finishing Abeka K at his classical Christian school. He is a pretty strong reader ( not fluent or reading with expression). He is about 90% accurate with the abeka readers. I am buying OPGTR to teach my daughter to read next year. Over the summer, i thought I would work with him on reading. Where should I start teaching him in the book? Any suggestions?
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