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I've read that this book is often used as a 6 year course, for grades 7th through 12th. I'm thinking about using it next year with my 7th grader, but I can't figure out how to schedule the content. Can anyone help me with this? Or have any links to someone's schedule for this course?
Mostly, I'd love to hear from others who have used Abeka for Language for Grades 4 and up. I used it our first year of homeschooling for 3rd grade, along with FLL. That went well. Currently using CLE for my 3rd graders and have mostly used something else for my 6th grader this year. I'm considering Abeka for 7th, or possibly CLE. But I think I would have to start in the 600s with CLE for my DD. For her sake (having younger siblings), I would prefer something on "grade level." Workbooks for language work pretty well for us, I don't mind Christian content, and plan to supplement for composition. I know Abeka doesn't get a lot of mention here, but I know some have used it for grammar, so I'd love to hear your thoughts!
Is there a book list and guide that is similar to beautiful feet in the sense that it has good historical fiction and goes chronologically? My kids really enjoy reading and we haven't been doing the history or science like I've wanted but doing it through reading would kill two birds with one stone, lol! I don't want to get very specific books, I would prefer a list that says get a book about George Washington and then have a few things to discuss about that time period. Or about Henry ford and then have ideas on how to lead them in learning from that subject, etc. I feel like I need a guide to connect the historical dots for me since I have little experience in connecting the dots for people, time periods and how it affected this and that. I would use BF but I don't have the money to get the books. We do have a pretty good library so I could get books about certain people or time periods, as long as its not specific, and use those to teach history and/or science. ....Unless the guides for bf are done in such a way that I could get the guide and use whatever the library has on that subject, could that work?
Am looking for any suggestions on career exploration books and websites. Would like to do a co-op class at the 7th-8th grade level. Any suggestions? I'd like to focus on interest inventories, talking about interests and aptitudes, and then career clusters.