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  1. Our DD was in public school for PK and K, and then we homeschooled 1st, 2nd, and this year 3rd. She has always been bright but highly active and has difficulty sitting still. With occasional outbursts. However, this year has been a battle and she's been refusing to do work, writing nonsense when she doesn't feel like doing assignments, etc. We have already discussed ADHD with her ped, and there are probably both sensory and attention issues. However, I'm thinking of enrolling her back in public school while we have her evaluated. She may benefit from the structure, I need a break quite frankly, and our other child needs more attention than I am able to give at the same time. Has anyone done this and what happens when you re-enroll? Do they test? I'm thinking she may possbly have to finish the year, but then repeat this grade. Which may not be totally bad, as she is yo9ung for her age and behind at least in reading.
  2. My children may go to a full time school in a second language this year and I need help figuring out what to plan for us to continue homeschooling in the afternoon/evenings and on the weekend. I'm mainly thinking of my eldest, in second grade based on our home state grade level ages (we're overseas). For language . . . she's about a month or less away from finishing AAR4 now. We're pretty flexible with schedules. Last year, we ended up doing AAR3 part of the year and AAS1 part of the year partly because I just couldn't stand doing both along with DS5 also doing AAR2 (too many rules and cards for me!). She just read and read in between, so when we picked up AAR3, we flew through the remaining lessons. We also doubled up on our WWE1 lessons and condensed them to two days instead of 4 (my DD preferred it that way, she was always eager to listen to the excerpts). Right now, I know I want to continue AAS2 and WWE2 with her. I thought before to delay grammar til 3rd grade. We haven't done any so far but we have FLL1 and 2 already. Thoughts on that? What else should I focus on for language? For math . . . Though we're not sure what their math instruction will be like in the school, my dh is keen on them continuing with Singapore Math at home. I'd say last year was pretty easy since we started on the later side (I could've started the year before with her). I'm wondering should I make weekdays something more hands on and do things like science, history, etc and save the language for a block on weekends or vice versa?? I don't think they'll do very much hands on in the school. I'm sure we'll have to tweak our days once we get everything going but I'd love some thoughts and feedback on this! Help me think out loud!
  3. I am in a unique situation. Either in December or in the beginning of the year we will be placing our four children, grades k-7th in a traditional Christian school. I have been homeschooling since the beginning, mostly following the Classical Conversations track along with a smattering of Sonlight, Tapestry of Grace and Veritas Press online courses and their self-paced Omnibus course. Most of these curriculums use living books. My kids have Memory Mastered multiple times and my 7th grader is really doing well this year in Challenge A. Since we have been following a CC model it will be a huge pedagogical switch for me to place my kids in a school that is very traditional in curriculum and methodology. The curriculum they are using mostly is Bob Jones and Abeka for Science and history. What I want to know is multi-facted: 1) How did your kids adjust to a pedagogical difference in teaching? 2) Has anyone afterschooled with Classical Conversations, on all three levels, Foundations, Essentials and Challenge? If so, how did you schedule your afterschooling days? 3) Are there things I should be aware of in regards to the curriculum? I am excited for my kids and the path the Lord has provided for them in regards to being able to go to a quality school. However, I love the CC model and what the classical model of education is all about. I have known for a while that we would follow the model of the trivium that classical education lays out. I am mostly concerned with my oldest who is entering the dialectic stage and will have no one who has been studying like he has been. I have previewed some of their curriculum and I find it lacking in some ways, but in other ways I can see how it will only enhance what we have all ready have done. I would love some insight here of those of you who have gone before. Thanks!
  4. Okay, give it to me. Give me the uglies, the regrets and whatever else you can tell me before I push the ORDER button. More info: We will use it afterschooling for ADHD, dyslexia, speech disorder child reading on K level but he's in first grade. Just diagnosed after extensive testing and just started meds for ADHD. He will do resource classes at school but I want something to do with him at home. _____ I've extensively looked at the samples, ds7 has read from the lessons and readers and asked for his sticker! Warn me now... :001_huh:
  5. Student enrolled multi-schools I am so pleased to have stumbled upon this group and now this specific forum, searching for homeschooling support resources. I posted earlier to the wrong forum and now I found the group that matches my situation. was wondering if any one else has been or is in a similar situation of enrolling your child in multiple schools or supplementing day school with home instruction. I would love to hear about other family's experiences, tips and traps, time-management strategies and working with a teenager's ADHD. My story. This is my first year homeschooling while my 10th grader is also enrolled full-time in a regular CCC day school. She is also enrolled for a 1/2 unit Driver's Ed @ online, public school; and I am HSing her for credit recovery (Algebra 1 and 9th grade English). For this credit recovery homeschooling curriculum, we use (as directed): SAXON Algebra and G4W (Grammar for Writing - Blue (9th gr)) with EWCO (Everyday Words of Classical Origin) for spelling and vocabulary supplementing with the day school's assigned Literature readings I coached her for the first time this summer with HSing for credit recovery in Religion using the same series as her high school. I say coach but it was generally self-directed. I set the schedule and graded the quizzes. This is my third time using multi-school enrollment. She supplemented her middle years with online Math instruction (gr 4-6). It made a tremendous difference with catching her up. The last two years, I supplemented her math instruction using IXL.com for online skill drills by micro sub-topics and grade. However, she developed extreme text anxiety for many of her classes because of the overwhelming amount of homework required and a lack effective instruction (pacing, scaffolding, no projects) that she had become accustomed to in public school. I wanted her to have a faith-based high-school education in a smaller setting than our community's three 2,000 student warehouses ... oops I mean high school. This is how it came about that my daughter is thrice enrolled. I am dreading Algebra simply because now I will have to teach her instead of the online course doing most of the work. __________________ Robin Daughter, ADHD; "B/C" student; Gr 10 Multi-Schooled: FT(CCC hschl) ; PT(HSing); PT(online @MU hschl) http://RrcHubbard.org
  6. Hello Everyone. First of all, a quick introduction. I live in Western Canada and have been homeschooling my children for 6 years now using the WTM. This fall, my oldest son with our full support will be trying out a nearby public school for his 7th grade. I will be homeschooling the younger ones as usual. The school system where we live is of good quality. We will be checking out schools nearby to see which one is best for him to be in. My first request is: I also would like to know what I should focus on helping him learn and build from now until September to prepare him for his first year in public school. My second question is...how do I afterschool my son. How do I decide what to cover? When do we or should we afterschool? Thirdly, how do I transition from homeschooling classically to knowing the school will not be covering some material (ie: grammar and its diagramming, lessons, etc) as in depth as we did or will not cover some subjects at all (we did world history, they will be doing social studies)? I did search for some time on the threads of this board for answers to these questions, but there are so many pages that I could only find bits and pieces of information. I would really like to hear from parents whose children are in the middle to high school years on how they afterschool. I am also interested in hearing from any Canadian parents like myself.
  7. We are afterschooling math (high fifth, low sixth grade) and my son would like a textbook. The kind of book that looks like a textbook! Fat with a hard cover:) Ideally, I would like a textbook that has an answer key available, but this is not absolutely necessary. I would probably buy a 6th grade book unless the program was super fast paced. We will continue to use other resources, but by golly if he wants a textbook then I aim to find him a textbook! Any suggestions? Thanks.
  8. Hello, Thanks so much in advance for reading. Any and all opinions are greatly appreciated. I'm spending this year lurking on this board (and reading some of your blogs as well) in order to learn about the various approaches, styles, sources of material, and implementation plans for a WTM approach to homeschooling. I should flag that I work outside of the home but I'm lucky in that my job allows very flexible hours. I currently work 5am-1pm four days/week. My two children (ages 3.5 and 22 months) and I are together every afternoon and all day Fri-Su. When I'm not home they are with their father or in school (see below) or with a recent college grad babysitter. I would like to continue my career and provide homeschooling (technically afterschooling I guess) for my children using the classical approach. My eldest just started a very strict (in terms of interpretation) Montessori school that offers instruction until 6th grade conveniently located a few blocks from our house. My plan is to send the younger one to this Montessori school next fall or winter and keep them in school until they graduate at age 12 (one or two years apart). I would pick them up around 1:30pm and we would have the entire rest of the day for instruction. We are a no-TV, no computer household. No toys requiring batteries. Right now we spend our time doing a combination of (in order of frequency): 1. reading books (lots of Richard Scarry, Marjorie Flack, Eric Carle, Leo Lionni, Uri Shulevitz, E.B White, William Steig, Kenneth Grahame), 2. building things with blocks, bungee cords, springs, rope, magnets, etc., 4. nature walks and digging for/identifying worms and bugs in our local park (we caught an ichneumon wasp last month!), 3. taking trips to the American Museum of Natural History (a 20 minute walk from our house, wonderfully) and other places around NYC. I'm looking to manage my own expectations regarding what I can accomplish with homeschooling given my somewhat limited time. I could imagine 'going for' a full hs experience using, for example, Friday and Saturday as full days and spreading further instruction across several days within the Mon-Thur 1pm and 6pm block of time. (Clearly we would ramp up from a base of one hour or so per day of instruction at the K level.) Or I could imagine veteran Homeschoolers balking that this is doomed to fail/too ambitious and that I should aim to select a few subject for a deeper dive at home. * I'm *passionate* about science, engineering, math, reading, comprehension and writing. * I'm *very interested* in grammar, world culture and history * I'm *keen on* (but not qualified to teach, perhaps) non-English languages (though I've studied ancient Greek in college), art and music. And that's where I'm at. Any comments, recommendations (especially of curriculum/instruction material that would complement a Montessori approach to learning, or 'you should read X's blog') -- would be really welcome. Many thanks.
  9. Forgive me, I am still new to this. How do you find out what methods or general curriculums your child is using in ps, and how do you find out whether or not, they are good or bad? And say, for instance, my son's 1st grade class is using Everyday Math, which I have heard mentioned on this board as "bad." How do you figure out the best way to supplement Everyday Math so I am sure my son is getting a better math education for 1st.
  10. Thought this might be an interesting thread. What are your favorite apps to reinforce learning in home school/after school? Do you use a great app for foreign language? math? language arts? memory work etc?
  11. Thought this might be an interesting thread. What are your favorite apps to reinforce learning in home school/after school? Do you use a great app for foreign language? math? language arts? memory work etc? :bigear:
  12. Just curious. I am new to "afterschooling". 1. What type of results have you seen from afterschooling? 2. Which subjects do you afterschool? 3. Why do you afterschool? 4. What are your favorite curriculums that you have used for afterschooling? BTW, I am afterschooling my 5 year old. We are currently finishing "teach your child to read in 100 easy lessons". We will start on Singapore Math Essential Math A & B. I am interested in reading to my 5 and 2 year old "The Story of The World." I am afterschooling presently to give my son an advantage once he starts ps. I struggled through school, and I want my kiddos to flourish/ love learning! :bigear:
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