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  1. If you held a child back a year, or had them repeat a grade, did you ever regret it during the high school or college years? My ds11 is young for his grade. He has an August 30th birthday and started kindergarten when he was not quite 5. He was academically ready at the time, and we were homeschooling, so we didn't see a reason to wait. Now that he is finishing 6th grade, he is still doing okay academically, but is socially immature and physically small for his age. And looking ahead, we are questioning the wisdom of sending him to college at not-quite-18. We feel he could benefit from an addi
  2. http://www.foxbusine...ead-grade-level Texas is on the correct path, but, hopefully, the testing will be changed, in the near future. DD is a Distance Learning student, in TTUISD, which, legally, is a Texas Public School. So, DD is subject to the testing required in Texas Public Schools. The story about N.Y.C. graduates is, IMHO, a tragedy. Hopefully, New York State will require testing, like Texas does, and improve their Public Schools.
  3. How old do you anticipate your children will be when they graduate? Do you think you will try to manipulate their progression so that they graduate earlier or later (akin to red-shirting) than they would if enrolled in ps? Or would you try to align your children's grades, despite their traditional ages, to better coincide with the 4yr history/science cycles?
  4. How do you decide what grade to place your child in? I realize they can be working at whatever level in each subject that suits their skills best, but I mean grade level for testing or legal placement. Do you find out how your state places them and go off of that? Or do you go off of what level work they are doing in MOST subjects? Or do you go by your own judgement? I thought my son should be in 4th but now I am seeing many other homeschooling boys his age are in 3rd. A while back I thought about holding back a year but never went through with it... Any thoughts?
  5. For those that had a dc skip a middle school grade (6-8) was anything more required than standardized scores and showing the curriculum/work done? That's all we had to do show for skipping 1st grade. But not sure what other considerations the school systems might have if he ends up skipping then transitioning into school for end of middle or high school?
  6. I am considering holding back my 11 yo. He has a May birthday and is in 6th this year. So he is on the younger side of things. If this kid had been in school, he would have probably been held back in 1st or 2nd. He didn't learn to read until 9yo. And in many other ways shows all of those rightbrained signs, his spelling is awful. He does okay on standardized tests, because he can read and do math, but his writing skills are behind. He also doesn't get along well socially with older kids -plays on a U14 and U12 soccer team. While the older kids aren't really mean to him (that's t
  7. I am hoping this is a safe place for this conversation, because I can't think of any other safe place. Everywhere I go, a lot of my friends have done this. I know sometimes it's because they have a young boy who really can't handle the formal school environment, but other times that's not it. I hear a lot of people saying that kids have to be reading very well in PS KG and they are afraid their kids will struggle with that. But it seems to me that fear is overblown. Even my vision-impaired, early-entry, average-intelligence child learned to read well enough in KG that she could very ea
  8. Just musing aloud. My father and i were talking, and he has a daughter from his second marriage who is in 6th grade. He said, "Well, L*** (my son) is pretty much doing 6th grade work, at least." my younger is doing 3rd grade work, or 4th. Dh asked me tonight why i dont just "say" (to whom, i do not know, lol) that they are in 6th and 3rd grade. "One less year of homeschooliing for you!" ::glare: :tongue_smilie: He was himself accelerated, twice (once in 7th and once in 10th) and went to college at 15. I am in no way interested in having my kids go to college early, and he doesnt think it
  9. Does it matter when you finish high school? I just realized there are at least 5 years of stuff DC will want to learn / take / do and we just started 9th grade. He does a lot of music and that takes up a lot of his time. He also loves math and likes learning it. He has so many things he likes and wants to do. I think with 5 years he could do a lot of it. But that would mean having him take an extra year of high school. We could call it a gap year and he could just keep learning. BUT when are you supposed to apply for college? The Senior Year? or the Gap Year? OR...can you just call
  10. If you wouldn't mind sharing what age (birth month & year) and "grade" you have your children at, I would really appreciate it, and how old will they be when they graduate based on a May/June graduation timeframe. Especially in the 3-5th grade range, but all are welcome. I haven't done any in-depth research on birth dates and grade ranges, but I keep getting the impression on here and with at our homeschool group that a lot of the homeschooled kids that are around the same age as DD are actually "labeled" a grade level below her for whatever purposes. I say labeled, because we all kn
  11. I've seen a lot of discussion on these boards about "red-shirting" kids. Fellow Canucks - does this happen in your province? Not here as far as I can tell. Everything here is based on the year that the child was born. School, sports, other extra-curricular activities (brownies, etc). If any non-Canadians are reading this, here is the breakdown for grades here in my province: Born in 1999 - Grade 8 Born in 2000 - Grade 7 Born in 2001 - Grade 6 Born in 2002 - Grade 5 Born in 2003 - Grade 4 Born in 2004 - Grade 3 Born in 2005 - Grade 2 Born in 2006 - Grade 1 Born in 20
  12. I have a 13 year (April birthday) boy who is fairly dependent on my help with his schoolwork. He's not very good about following directions (chases squirrels), and I wouldn't call him highly academic. But, he's fairly mature, in that he can hang out with adults and older teens and is fairly comfy doing so. He's also taller than most of his friends his age and puberty has definitely hit. He even shaves his sideburns a bit. Officially, he's in 7th grade this year. However, today we were talking and he'd like to move up a grade. Most of the kids we know are in 8th grade at 13, which i g
  13. Just what the title says. :) We are on a slightly accelerated schedule, so my DD is 1-2 years ahead of her public school peers. Just wondering what other HS do.
  14. Have you ever had a kid "repeat" a grade? I know, I know -- to many homeschoolers, grade levels are immaterial. But if you're a traditional, kid-in-the-grade-they'd-be-in homeschooler (with that child working mostly at his/her age-appropriate grade level, graduating at 17/18, etc) -- have you had a kid repeat? My ds was 9 in April. He was officially in 3rd grade last year, but honestly, he's about to do a lot of 3rd grade work this year. He will start about a third of the way through TT3 (he struggled with Singapore and got behind). He will be doing Editor-in-Chief grade 3 b/c it matches h
  15. as a homeschooler, did you have trouble when you registered the child in ps? We have met with some resistance at our local school over this issue. I want to be ready when the principal calls me back. I tried to Google this issue, but came up empty-handed, so I'm hoping someone here has some insight or even some links with info. Thanks!
  16. That is, formally in 9th grade with the school district or in your records. I'm asking because of a recent conversation on trends in our homeschool group and not seeking advice. This applies to your most recent average or bright 9th grader, but not accelerated children or children who start just some high school subjects early.
  17. I have had several encounters that leave me scratching my head, and would love for you all to weigh in with your opinions on the matter. I have been extremely lucky to meet several homeschoolers with similar aged kids in my area. However more than a few have, within the first 2 minutes of meeting me, informed me about how advanced their child is. It just seems strange to me. A recent conversation went like this. Me - "Hi there, how old is your son? He looks about the same age as my daughter." Them - "Oh he is six, how old is your daughter?" Me - "She is six too! It is so ni
  18. My ds turned 4 in April and wanted to start big boy school shortly thereafter. So we started doing little fun workbooks and the preschool workbooks from Rod & Staff. We also started Hooked on Phonics Preschool, the Pre-Explode the Code books (almost finished with book B), and Answers in Genesis Preschool. He does have a bit of a speech problem since he didn't start talking until he was 3.5. He still has some fairly substantial pronunciation problems. recognizes all numbers to 20 and can fluently count to 12. He has problems pronouncing the teen numbers but can count to 20+ with assista
  19. I wanted to share my latest blog post. We do accelerated classical homeschooling, which means my kids start High School and then College a lot earlier than normal. They are not "gifted" kids, they are average learners, but the way we do things allows them to accelerate without getting overwhelmed. This is how we accelerate Language Arts - http://www.acceleratedhomeschooling.com/accelerating-language-arts/ I am more than happy to answer questions. :)
  20. my daughter is five and although we havnt done any formal school she is way beyond kindergarten level. she is self taught with me checking her work. i havnt pushed her she has just wanted to do it. we live in tn and i have been told i have to register her as kindergarten bc kindergarten is manditory in tn. she is way beyond kindergarten level ( i know i used to teach and am still a certified teacher with my masters in reading and literacy). how do i get around the kindergarten mandate and skip her ahead to where she belongs. any thoughts would help. thanks. excuse misspelling and no ca
  21. Have any of you officially held your hs child back? We have a pretty unique situation with DD. We adopted her a little over a year ago, and because of the specific adoption requirements for her home country, we had to home school. :) She came already years behind her peers in her home country, and their grade equivalents are behind typical American standards. She was thoroughly tested by our district and she is significantly behind grade level. (Significantly.) We were strongly encouraged to continue home schooling her from the group that tested her, and they felt like we had al
  22. I notice Scripps lists exams like the ACT/SAT as "Stating a grade level"-how does that affect Talent Search participation? I know I took the SAT in middle school for JHU, and that was back in the dark ages! DD wants to do National spelling bee, and has set that as a goal consistently for the last couple of years. I haven't pushed her ahead of what our local homeschool association does-she's been in 1-3 the last two years (and easily won both years), and I haven't asked to have her moved up because I think she'd be better off being middle school aged and good at spelling rather than bein
  23. My DS is 5, going to be 6 at the end of August, and I'm trying to decide whether to push ahead for first grade work or do a Kindy/1rst grade year. Does this mess them up as they progress being half way through one grade, or do they catch up? Where would you put us? This year he did the: Get Ready for the Code (A,B,C) moving onto ETC1 RightStart A (half way through) HWOT (preK) Lollipop Logic (books 1-3 - he loved these) All About Reading (pre-level 1) He can read through the first couple of series in the Bob books and can sound out CVC words, although he doesn't hav
  24. We school year round, and generally work with a child's abilities rather than grade-designated materials. In addition, I have several children with late summer/fall (late July through December) birthdays that would put them "officially" in different grades depending on the state/district--and we have moved several times and will likely move again. This all boils down to my not feeling comfortable making "grade" designations for my children. I do think in approximate grade levels, especially for long-term planning--but I'm really hesitant to designate a hard-and-fast grade at this point. Dd8, f
  25. At what point do you "declare" your child the next grade up? In traditional schools, once the school year ends, children are considered the next grade. My poor kids have no idea when they'll be in the next grade, and, quite frankly, neither do I! So I'd love to hear what others do.
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