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  1. Just summarizing the last few threads GRIN... I've been reading these boards for awhile, and I've listened to several of my children's friends complain about their teachers' threats and complaints at the beginning of 8th grade, and I've concluded that it is perfectly normal to spend the entire 8th grade year struggling to begin to learn how to: -Write a short well-organized expository paper -Produce work that has a heading and date, is legible, has full sentences that actually answer the questions, and isn't half question marks -Use an assignment book to keep track of one's assignmen
  2. I realize there is an 8th grade planning thread on the K-8 board. Thought we needed one here, too, for those that pop in more on the Logic Board. We are jumping into a new co-op for 8th grade to spice things up a bit for ds. It's a STEM co-op, so I think he'll enjoy it. I'm also streamlining our choices this year as I hope to have a part-time job. STEM Co-op Fall & Spring classes: SCIENCE: Physical Science with Lab and Aviation class Handcrafting with metal & leather (fun) Beginning Programming/Coding (fun) MUSIC: Guitar I & II At Home: MA
  3. I was inspired by Polly's update of the 7th Grade Planning Thread to start a new 8th grade thread - I know we've had a couple, but I hoped we could use this thread to share our plans as they develop, and to talk about the skills we want our students to build in 8th grade and how we've chosen resources to build those skills. Plus, then we can all giggle next May about how far our plans diverged from reality! So, without further ado, here is our 8th grade plan as of May 2015: 8th Grade Synposis Syllabus Math 1. Algebra a. Finish Crocodiles & Coconuts, do Chuckles t
  4. In the next few days, we are deciding 13 yr. old sons schooling for this coming year. I could use some input from those who have been through a similar situation, especially those with this age or older. Here is the basic situation: I am mentally, emotionally, and physically spent. The past 2 years of homeschooling have been difficult---we had a death in the family two years ago and since then I've had an extremely tough time adequately (in my opinion) staying on top of all the academics and not becoming overwhelmed and/or frustrated in our day to day schooling. While I really would
  5. Our DS did one online class this year (7th grade) in Latin, and will continue next year. But we'd also like to look into at least one more online class next year, for 8th grade. I'm sure this has been covered before, could someone direct me to a link for sources of online classes? I'd also appreciate any feedback and recommendations based on your experiences. I think part of why this year's online class was great was because I looked at many options before choosing -- we want another good experience this year. We do have most of the core subjects covered already at home. So we're n
  6. I've been reflecting on great past posts by Nan and Lori D and others, and thinking about what my particular child needs to work on in 8th grade to be ready for high school. I thought it would be fun to discuss - I bet I'll come up with lots of new ones, reading others' lists! These goals are things that I hope my dd will be able to do by the end of 8th grade - so 12 months from now! 1) She needs to practice taking notes from a text. In 7th, I made study guides for some of the texts she worked through. Next year I'd like her to experiment with different strategies to come up with a
  7. Hello! I'm in the market for a good Biology/Life Science curriculum for my 8th grade son (for next year). Any recommendations? Thanks!
  8. I had a thread a few days ago about looking for an American History program for my 8th grader and several people suggested Sonlight. With three other kids with their own special situations, I didn't feel I could dedicate on the "Sonlight time" necessary for the 8th grader to do her History, though I love the program. As I researched programs though, I kept coming back to it. So here's the question, can an 8th grader do just the History/Reading portions mostly independently, with mom doing some discussions but not doing all the read-alouds (she would do those independently as well)?
  9. I have been looking and found a lot of great classic reading lists but I would love to add some more up to date books also and mix the two for the year. We do a lot of reading, and a lot of reading together, and sometimes the older stuff can get tedious. It would be great to mix it up with some do not miss more recent books. Anyone know where to find decent lists like this??
  10. We will be using MFW Exploration to 1850 this year for our 8th grade dd. This is what we have so far to go along with it: English: The Shurley Method (mostly for the grammar) I already have the book and will use it unless PH satisfies my standards in this area. Prentice Hall Literature, Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Silver Edition BJU Pre-Algebra Science: Still unsure about this! Ugh! Any ideas? Our dd loved science until last year. She was in public schools 1/2 year and the science teacher taught them 6th grade science. She lost all interest in it so I need a science th
  11. I am planning to begin homeschooling DS13 for 8th grade. Part of my general plan is to tread lightly until the end of December, so he can "deschool" and reignite the love for learning he once had, and we would generally keep a year-round schedule. Planning for science is proving a bit tricky. He loves science, and is good with math, but his 7th grade math so far has barely grazed pre-algebra. I am planning to continue pre-algebra with AOPS (we dabbled a bit last summer, finishing only chapter 1), then start AOPS Intro to Algebra whenever we finish Pre-A. I thought we'd start science
  12. My 12 y.o. dd just completed Singapore 6B and I started her on Art of Problem Solving math. Whew! TOO INTENSE! She doesn't want to pursue math as a career or even in math competitions. She will likely use business math as an adult...she will have successful entrepreneurial businesses! That's just the way she's wired! But they'll be directed toward fashion or baking or salons...not math! What math should we do now? We are at pre-algebra stage, but she doesn't need over-the-top mind blowing math. Really she needs something she can do independently, preferably on the computer or at least afte
  13. What are your plans for 8th grade? I don't see one of these started on the Logic stage subforum for this year. If you see anything I have missed, let me know. Also, I haven't totally finished planning so have a few questions. He will be doing 2 subjects in ps. Band--public high school (every day for gr 8) Honours math ps(all year; first hon math concepts, then hon Algebra 1) Trumpet & piano lessons (my folks pay for the piano lessons) Music theory; thinking of Music Ace--has anyone used this? Note: we are leaning to specializing in music & science in high school as he is tal
  14. I finally got my password and can post again! Here's the problem. Last year in 7th grade, we took my son out of the public junior high because he was not being challenged, the teachers were poor, and his friends were getting into fights. Still, he got good grades and loves learning. He has tested at the high school or post high school level on the SAT-10 for years. He did well enough on the ACT to get into the NUMATS program. We homeschooled for the last half of 7th grade and enjoyed it. We had previously homeschooled in a similar way in 5th grade, but he wanted to try junior high.
  15. I think my dd may return to school for high school. We don't know yet. I do know that she loves to read, read, read. She is really not getting into some of the textbooks we have used. But I also want to prepare her for high school work, whether at home or in public/private/charter school. So far I know we are doing Teaching Textbooks Pre-Algebra. I was hemming an hawing about this since we have used TT for a while now, and although she isn't thrilled about it, she retains the information and it is working well. We did Apologia General Science this year. I don't know. I didn't re
  16. I'm not getting much info on the K-8 boards and was hoping someone from this board might be willing to share their 8th grade plans? I realize this is a huge year for us. I want to do my best to prepare for bridging over to High School. Could you share your 8th grader's plans with me?? I want to make sure I don't overlook anything! Thanks!:001_smile:
  17. Logic: Traditional Logic or Critical Thinking U.S. history books (We have only done Mind Benders and CT book 1 in the past, so I'm not sure if he's ready for TL, but I like the fact that I wouldn't have to teach it. I'd get the DVD.) Math: Lial's Introductory Algebra History: America the Story of US book and video, Presidents by Carter Smith, U.S. geography (He would outline the text, watch video, and I'd like to have him do a U.S. President section in his notebook and a section for each state. Grammar: R&S English 8 Composition: R&S and across the subjects as laid out by SWB in h
  18. This schedule is looking pretty full for DS 13. Lial's Algebra - Daily, class Tues. Derek Owens Physical Science - Mon., Tues., Fri. MCT's Word within the word - Mon., Tues., Fri. Growing w/Grammar - Tues., Wed., Thur. Composition class with weekly essays - Mon. (paid for already) Lightning Lit. American Lit. - Daily Figuratively Speaking - Tues. Thur. SOTW 4/A History of US/Literature - Mon., Tues., Thur., Fri. Visual Link Spanish II - Daily The Discovery of Logic - Tues, Thurs, Fri. Total Health - Wed. (First Semester) Music Appreciation w/Great Courses - Wed. (Sec. Semester)
  19. We've got 6 and 7, but what I'm planning for right now is 4/5 and 8... So how 'bout it? I'm still very much at the work-in-progress phase, but I'd love to see what others are doing, have done, or are planning...
  20. I"ve been reading a lot of threads with suggestions for the 8th grade year. One of them is that you use a science text so that the student gets used to using a text. This is something that appeals to me because we are planning on sending our child to a private high school. We have used SL science until this year (we switched to Noeo Chem) and have covered many topics. Since we've covered several topics and most recently Human Body and Chemistry, I"m looking for a science text that reveiws many science topics for next year. Does anyone have a science text recommendation that would
  21. Right now ds (7th grade) is doing: bible math science history language arts latin piano He doesn't like sports so his phys ed consists mostly of stuff he likes to do (like swim, golf, etc.). Not a big artsy guy either but very techie so he does graphic art stuff on the computer for fun. Right now it seems to be going well but I am planning for next year and wondering if there are other things I might want to add in? What are YOU teaching?
  22. Have any other 8th grade parents been heavily researching and planning already for high school? I'm nervous and excited all at the same time. Here is what I think we are doing for 9th grade. How does this look? MFW Ancients (Bible, History, English/Literature) BJU Algebra 1 with LoF as a supplement Dive Integrated Physics and Chemistry Breaking the Barrier Spanish with SpanishDict site Logic (Fallacy Detective/Thinking Toolbox) PE (exercise log) We've never done Latin, but I'm considering doing Getting Started with Latin with both kids next year, but we won't put it on her transcr
  23. what would you do differently to be better prepared for high school? My dd is in 8th and is a very good student (makes good grades and scores extremely high on standardized tests), but I want to make sure we are really preparing for the world of homeschooling high school. Thanks for any thoughts!
  24. Hi everyone! My dd is almost 14, she has always been homeschooled. She is very math/sci oriented. She loves to read but hates to write. I am looking to go in a new direction this year, basically 8th grade but sort of 7/8/9th depending on the subject. Has anyone else started in the middle? How has it been working? Any recommendations as far as books, is the plan for starting in the middle on this site a good reference to follow? Thanks! Melinda Nashville, TN
  25. Hi, I just joined after finding some interesting material on here from google. My daughter is going to be an 8th grader and we are looking for a really good secular literature program for her. I've checked out the Lightning lit, Oak Meadow, Mosdos Literature, Laurel Tree's online classes and a couple others. They look excellent, but we are looking for a mostly novel based course that reads the hard novels like Dickens (we read Great Expectations and are looking for a good course to apply it to), which seems hard to find. Mosdos Literature looks perhaps the best but it is almost entirely focuse
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