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  1. Hi everyone... I am new here but I am really needing some advice from some seasoned homeschooling parents! A little about my situation.. My son is 6 years old (young 6 birthday in June) and I have started him on first grade curriculum this year. We did My Fathers World Kindergarten last year and he seemed to do very well. After much research and a trip to a homeschooling fair I decided to go with Sonlight this year for first grade. I have liked some things about Sonlight such as some of the easy readers and the handwriting without tears. However I have hated some of it such as the controversial books that seem much too mature in my opinion and the math. My son is very hyper and could possibly have a touch of ADD. He always says things like "this is hard" mostly talking about his handwriting. He has such a hard time with handwriting in general. After thinking about it I have decided to stop using the Sonlight. As crazy as it sounds he seems to do much better by just sitting with him and using objects for math and teaching him simple math skills. The math we were using with the Sonlight was Horizons(alpha and omega) first grade. He did okay but it seemed too advanced for him. As of now I am using different things for different subjects. So I guess my question is does anyone have any suggestions for a math curriculum we can use? I have thought about Rod and Staff since it looks more simple and doesn't seem to jump around as much as the spiral learning of the Horizons. This year has been very stressful on both my son and I. I have even thought of just giving up on homeschooling all together. I just really want this to work. The days that he is learning well are so great. Any advice would be wonderful. We have also looked into a more non traditional like Miquion. Thanks so much. Sorry this was so long!!!:auto: Renee
  2. We have a special needs child that is ready for Challenge A but will not do well in the once a week program. Unfortunately, one cannot get a Curriculum Guide unless enrolled in the program. Has anyone done (or is anyone doing) Challenge A at home? Did you create your own curriculum guide? Did you purchase the same books from the Challenge A kit? Thanks.
  3. I'm new to homeschooling and want to know the best times to buy curriculum. I've heard that Scholastic has a Dollar Sale. When?! What about all the other companies? Can Anyone help? Thanks.
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    I am trying to find a good homeschool curriculum that will work well for my situation. I don't have any kids of my own, but I homeschool my nephews 5 and will soon start with the 1 1/2 yr old. The situation is that I have daycare children in the home as well ages 4,3 & 2. The 5 year old is doing Sonlight Core A but I am wanting something that I can easily do with all the children. Some know their letters and some don't. DN is begining to read. I don't mind doing two different things with the older and the younger. I really can't spend more that $500. Does anyone have suggestions?
  5. 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 realized she was nearly blind in one eye, so we're working on that now!). She is sharp as a tack and loves to learn but still has a hard time sitting still for long periods of time (more than half an hour, for sure). I've thought about doing MFW's K program, since I have heard it's maybe a little slower than your average K program, and it's not very expensive, so I wouldn't mind not using parts of it. I like that it incorporates Bible/character education, though that's not an absolute requirement for whatever we use (I can supplement that if needed). Any suggestions?
  6. I posted on this subject, less specifically, several months ago. I've been leading a class for homeschoolers titled U.S. Geography through Literature. Originally I thought I'd use the Barefoot curriculum, but ended up creating my own. We've done Tree in the Trail, Paddle-to-the-Sea, and will be starting Minn of the Mississippi shortly. I have been digging through websites, databases, and the minds of friends and librarians to try and find books that traverse the other regions of the country (e.g. Southwest, Northwest/West Coast, Southeast). My previous post inspired a couple of lists of state by state picture books, but what I am seeking is a short chapter book (think Holling), collection of short stories, or the like that has both a plot and a connection to place, ideally, places. Would LOVE some suggestions! gina
  7. 1) Does anyone have any print or on-line HS Foresensics curriculum suggestions? 2) Anyone have any experience with Simple Schooling Forensics, by J. Anne Huss? She evidently has both print and on-line/interactive options. P.S. I am interested in a semester course. Thanks, Gayle
  8. hello, i am really struggling with which curriculum to pick for my children and was hoping to get some good feedback. let me 1st tell you about us & our "challenges"... i have 2 boys--both have been in public school (this will be my 1st year to HS). they "should" be in 2nd & 1st grades, however, my older son is autistic & has fallen behind & so they will both be doing 1st grade this year. i want school to be about successes & not failures (which is what was happening in public school) i don't believe either of my children will like really structured & strict learning (text books and workbook work), but would rather enjoy hands-on or computer-based/dvd programs. in the past, my children have never allowed me to be "teacher" and to make it worse, i am a horrible teacher (i know something bc i know it, but can't really explain it to you). we don't have thousands of dollars to pour into a curriculum that "might" work the kids can read, but really need to be taught a lot of the "basics" so they can be successful readers they struggle with math concepts (time, money, addition facts, etc) i do not know how to set up a lesson plan &/or schedule (not that it has to be followed "perfectly", but used as a guideline) my health & my older son's health is up and down--surgeries, etc...so i need to be able to pick up and go & take school easily with us i really appreciate u taking the time to read this and appreciate your help. blessings, candace p.s. the things we have "practiced" with this summer are time4learning.com & a little bit of my father's world. t4l keeps the boys attention, but they struggle with being able to read the instructions as well as understand the math concepts. i love the way mfw is set up, but am not sure if it will address all the needs of the boys (math, reading, etc)
  9. I am trying to find a spelling program that works for my kids--and me as a mom. We tried Spelling Workout--to no avail. We have tried Phonetic Zoo and the kids like it okay--and I like it b/c it is mostly on them to do it--however, they are not getting it. They still do not spell well and I am ready to resort to lists and memorization b/c it seems that that was the norm 100 years ago and maybe there is a reason! I do not want to commit another 140 dollars to AAS if it is not going to work either--any suggestions??? The kids who would be using the spelling are 15, 13, 10, 8 and 6 in grades 10,8,5,3,and 1 respectively. Any ideas would be appreciated. They are not "natural spellers" like some of the kids I have seen. Thanks. Angie Mom to 7
  10. I believe this may be my very first post even though I've been reading this board since last October. You all have added so much wisdom and insight, and have helped me make so many of my decisions. Thank you so much for that! The problem with these board is that it is at times TOO helpful :) So here's the deal: I have a near 6 y/o ds who I pulled out of pre-school last year mainly because we were down to one car, and not because I ever had any intention of homeschooling. The problem was I began reading about homeschooling (that's usually where I get myself in trouble:) I also have a rising 3rd grader that does not want to homeschool. I've been telling him all summer how fun it would be. I'm hoping to convince him soon, but in the meantime I'm just at home with the little guy. I ended up doing a very relaxed preschool curriculum last year with my younger consisting mostly of FIAR, OPGTR, ETC, HWT and a little MEP. He's been reading since he was 4 which just happened naturally rather than my intentionally setting out to teach him. He's super bright and very eager to learn. Even though he would be in PS as a Kindergartener, I've decided to place him mostly in 1st grade curriculum. Anyway, would you kindly look over my choices? I'm obviously going a little overboard, and wondered if I'm out of my mind to have so many choices. I think that most of this can be accomplished in 2-3 hour days with short lessons. My glass is obviously half full :) FLL 1 WWE 1 AAS 1 HWT - My Printing Book ETC 1 and 2 (or however far we get) SOTW and Activity Book RSO Life Artistic Pursuits BSGFAA - I'll do this at night with both kiddos Some Music Appreciation too :) Here's where it gets bonkers: I could not for the life of me decide on math. It isn't my strength, so I'm paranoid that I'll mess up my sweet kiddo. I have the following: SM 1a and 1b This was delivered to my door just today. I love this after all the research I have done. Who knows if I will still love it in day to day reality though. RS B Yeah, I'm feeling like a total weirdo for buying this too. But all the little doo-da manipulatives look so FUN! MM 1a and 1b. I bought this when it was on sale for the heck of it a few months back. I had it printed at Best Value Copy, and they sent me 2 copies for some reason. Now I have 2 copies of a math I may very likely not use. What in the world would you do if you had all 3 of the above? Return, Sell, keep, use 2? I'm leaning more towards SM, but am wondering if I can incorporate RS somehow. I know a lot of people love MM too. What's a girl to do!? Anyway, is all the above way too ambitious? Am I going to freak my kiddo and myself out with all this, or is it going to be so much fun?! Hopefully the latter. Thanks for reading. Hopefully I'll have more to offer the boards after I put some of this stuff into practice on my own :)
  11. Ok, I am a huge fan of TYCR100EZ Lessons. It is easy to use (pick up and go), effective and proven through the years. It is not flashy, but I appreciate the simplicity. *Do you know of any curriculum similar to TYCR100EZ lessons for other subjects?* I am interested in mainly spanish, preschool for my little one, math, spelling, language arts, social studies, Bible and science. Any suggestions for curriculum (even for subjects not mentioned) are appreciated.
  12. I wish we had stickies for this. Can we make a list here of the different Alg I choices along w/ descriptions, maybe, & what kind of person would like/dislike that program? I'm sorry--I have no idea where to start looking, & I'm overwhelmed at the idea. When I started hsing, I just did whatever SWB said to do. After a couple of years, I realized we really didn't have the same taste, even if I LOVED her philosophy. (Iow, I can't just whip out WTM & call it good.) :bigear: Thanks, guys.
  13. Does anyone have any experience with Verbal Math Lesson? I was thinking about this as a supplement to Math Mammoth. What do you think about it? :confused:
  14. 1. Can you tell me what the expected outcome after finishing PR? 2. Were your children motivated to do their work or did you have to "drag them kicking and screaming" :)? 3. My concern is that it is boring or confusing. Is that true? 4. What should be my expectations coming into this curriculum? 5. Did you use additional reading for your children? 6. Is this really a comprehensive Language arts curriculum? 7. Which type of homeschool mom would be successful using this program? 8. Would you use this again?
  15. 1. Can you tell me what the expected outcome after finishing PR? 2. Were your children motivated to do their work or did you have to "drag them kicking and screaming" :)? 3. My concern is that it is boring or confusing. Is that true? 4. What should be my expectations coming into this curriculum? 5. Did you use additional reading for your children? 6. Is this really a comprehensive Language arts curriculum? 7. Which type of homeschool mom would be successful using this program? 8. Would you use this again? Just wanted to get the advice from a veteran homeschooler before I "commit" to this curriculum! :tongue_smilie:
  16. Do you know of a great program that helps with reading comprehension and/or a read-aloud program for K-1st grade? I see a bunch of options, but I want to hear from those with experience.
  17. Can you tell me anything about McGraw Hill Math for K and Harcourt Math for 1st grade?
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