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  1. Hi, I'm new here. Right now I'm looking for a Spanish language arts curriculum or guide for 2nd grade. It is as a first language, English is our second language. I can't believe it's so hard to find something good! Is anyone in the same situation? Thanks!
  2. Ok, I may have just hit the jackpot here, or at least this is how I'm feeling! Check out this MEGA bundle of printables that are all FREE! http://www.educents.com/educents-k-2-freebie.html Worth $78 but for free for a limited time only (and counting!) so claim it quick! So far so good, my kiddos are loving it! I hope you do too!!
  3. I am in the middle of picking out curriculum for my 8 year old son for next school year. We have signed up for Classical Conversations Foundations to help me out with memory work and socialization. I am not planning on just handing everything over to CC though. I'd like to work on LA at home not just memory work review. I'd like something easy and laid back, so I have chosen Language Lessons for the Very Young. I figured that since grammar is already going to be memorized, that Language Lessons would be okay with a smattering of this and that. I have also chosen Spelling You See to go al
  4. Hello all, :001_smile: I live abroad and sending my 2nd grade son to a Russian school this coming year. I want to make sure he keeps up with his English LA, reading and writing and follows the U.S. standards/common core. We want to compile the best sources for this during the summer so that we have everything we need to start at the school year. I will be the one teaching him. I'm searching and searching and can't seem to find a place that would review all of the textbooks and resources. Does anybody have recommendations for LA, reading and writing curriculum/textbooks and resources f
  5. Hi there! I am deliberating between TOG Yr 2 and SOTW Vol 2 next year for my upcoming 2nd grader and kindergartener. We have used TOG Year 1 this year, but with SOTW Vol 1 as the spine. The kids have really enjoyed and retained a lot from the hands-on projects, but of all the reading we've done, SOTW has definitely been the most enjoyable. I already have TOG Year 2, and I'm looking through it and noticing both that SOTW 2 doesn't seem to be scheduled much (which is disappointing) but also noticing that the 2nd-year scope of the curricula seem very different. I'm trying to decide which to u
  6. 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
  7. My ds is 7 and in between 1st and 2nd grade. We used the Pathway Reader "first steps" with it's correlating workbook last year and he did well. Now that I'm getting curriculum ready for this year, I'm getting overwhelmed at where to start him. I'm trying to take a small (let me emphasize small) step back to fill in any phonics gaps he may have. The teacher guides in PR suggest that one workbook goes hand-in-hand with another workbook, etc. We did not start with the beginning workbooks last year (Learning through sounds, Before we read, etc). I have all the workbooks and have looked throu
  8. I'm looking for suggestions for great read aloud books for my second grade son. What have you loved to read with your kids?
  9. My child is in 2nd grade this year and it is our first year homeschooling. I received info about Stanford testing being offered in the area. The same forum said that testing is beneficial for children to prepare for later required tests, even though testing is not required in my state. So, I am curious about other's opinions on the pros/cons of testing in general? And the pros/cons of the Stanford test? Is it a good idea to test a 2nd grader or just wait until child is older?? Thank you!
  10. Brand new to this site, am desperately seeking advice on math curriculum for my son who will be entering 4th grade. Trying to decide between Math Mammoth and Saxon. Thoughts? Anyone used both? Which do you like and why? (by the way, someone tell me what "dd," "df," etc. mean) Thanks!
  11. So, dh is starting to recognize that school isn't a good fit for ds. This doesn't mean he'll actually agree to pull him, but the odds are increasing. I've started looking more seriously at curriculum again, and wanted to ask some questions/get my thoughts out. Feel free to comment, make suggestions, etc. IF I pull ds and start homeschooling at some point this school year, I feel like I'm going to need a curriculum that does some handholding (ie, I don't have to do much planning), but I DON'T want or need a curriculum that approximates public school. I know one of you lovely ladies recommen
  12. Hi, I am brand new to homeschooling and feeling overwhelmed by the choices. I'm looking for recommendations for a 2nd grade curriculum that is good for gifted children (quick learner, reads above grade level, etc) along with suggestions for a Kindergartner that is an average learner. Things that are Important to me: 1. Christian based 2. Affordability 3. Easier for a 1st time homeschooling mom to figure out. Should I go with 2 separate curriculum or try to combine? I thought about Heart of Dakota, but not sure if that would be a good choice?? Should I get different subjec
  13. Ok, I posted looking for help with Write Source Level 2, but it doesn't look like too many people use that curriculum. So, I'm looking for a 2nd grade writing curriculum that covers the steps of the writing process. Background: We just started WWE2. DD does dual enrollment in public charter but we do lang. arts at home. They are teaching steps of the writing process in what seems like a rather accelerated method for 2nd grade. I want her to have background in this in addition to the classical method in case she needs to re-integrate into the school curriculum, just to cover all our ba
  14. Hello, I am getting a headache from trying to figure out curriculum for this fall. I would just like to get an idea of the basic curriculum needs for my kids and then I can go from there. This is what I have in mind so far.. DD 10 5th grade Math - Saxon WWE 3 (need to finish) and get 4. We used Calvert last year and I got WWE 3 about half-way through the year b/c I felt Calvert was really lacking in how they taught writing. History- Story of the World Middle Ages (I am planning on both kids doing the same history and having the 10yo read more). Logic - no idea - I saw the Logic Saf
  15. This is my third son. You would think I would have this down by now:glare: I am a Christian. I use secular curriculum because we use a VA and that is what they buy. I prefer to order from RR because I can use a purchase order with them. I've really thought about doing Oak Meadow with him. But, honestly I don't know if it's a good fit. He does not sit still for long. He does a lot of short lessons and I've given into bribing him with treats if he will finish:tongue_smilie: He is a high energy boy. Can I repeat that? Reading He is not reading on his own yet. This will be our main
  16. Can anyone please share their plans for second grade? For our Second Year we're using the following: Math: MCP Mathematics and Miquon Math, some Living Math books and games from Family Math (thinking about using Singapore instead of MCP, but not sure yet. I really like the format and ease for the teacher of MCP) Grammar: Primary Language Lessons by Emma Serl Penmanship: Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Book C Reading: A selection of good books Copywork: Once weekly from his lessons. Phonics: Tanglewood Phonics Review Vocabulary: English from the Roots Up or Vocabulary
  17. Saw all the other grades but didn't see this one :)
  18. We're going to be mixing in a few of our favorite resources to create our own science curriculum for my upcoming 3rd grader, among them BFSU and Nebel's upcoming book, Sciencesaurus (perhaps), R.E.A.L. Science (perhaps), Mchenry's books and and Usborne's Science Encyclopedia. Trying to think how to map this whole thing out. I want to create lab sheets, questions, worksheets, and organize it all by lesson, and would love tips from those who have created their own rigorous, well-defined science curriculum.
  19. Hi! I have a friend who shared with me the program her ds uses and I cannot for the life of me find the link (note to self: keep better bookmarks! :tongue_smilie:) I am looking for an introductory recorder program for ds who will be 9. I want it to show all the finger placements so he can refer back to it after we go over it and practice. He has no experience with reading music whatsoever so it would have to go over those basics as well. I was hoping by this point we would be able to start piano lessons but we are not financially at a point where we can pay for lessons. Still I want
  20. I have a little extra jingle in my budget and would really really like to make science more interesting for my ds. We are doing the WTM rotation and recommended books, but I want to add some experiment books, or kits or something fun. I am completely inept at designing science curricula. I need someone to lay it all out and explain it all for me. I have the Jan Van Cleave books and can't really figure out what to do with them and when (yes, it is that bad. I look at them and think "well, that seems kind of a big waste of time and energy when a two sentence explanation will cover it.")
  21. I'm trying to figure out what we're going to do. I always tend to go overboard in planning, and I'm trying to figure out what is reasonable. Reading: Rod & Staff second half of 2nd grade, first half of 3rd grade (but probably doing a lot of the "after you read" questions orally. She isn't really up to writing answers to questions that require more than one word answers. She doesn't currently spell or write other than copying at all.); regular oral reading from Christian Liberty Nature Readers and fluency timed readings and rereadings; read some literature books together, and free
  22. Does anyone use this? I know they have a whole site, but I was wondering if anyone had the book and found it useful. If so, tell me how you use it and why you love it. Thanks!
  23. Ladies, I've been trying to choose a Latin curriculum for my son who will be in 2nd grade next year. He will finish Song School Latin this year. I've read about Latin programs on this forum, but I'm really not sure which one might be the best fit for us. The more I read, the muddier the water gets. I never took Latin..... had only 1 year of Spanish a LONG time ago. I will need some hand-holding. There are not many choices for a 2nd grader. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like we need to choose from Prima Latina, Latin's Not So Tough, Minimus and maybe Lively Latin. Every o
  24. I would love some book suggestions for my youngest. He reads at about a 5th grade+ level, loves science and boyish adventures. It doesn't need to be modern, although he loves Homer Price, Encyclopedia Brown, and Tin Tin. Maybe something like The Railway Children he really liked reading that one too. I would prefer it be light on magic and vampires (does Barnes and Noble really need a whole 10' x 4' section of these Harry Potter/Twilight wannabes - rhetorical), but I don't mind some (magic level of Tolkien, Lewis, MacDonald.) After 2 other boys I should know these things, but I don't. He's
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