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  1. Time Left: 7 days and 12 hours

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    I have 2 of these that I am selling in 2 separate posts. This copy is clean, but has some shelf wear to the cover and edges of pages, and the back cover is warped from where it got wet. Non-smoking, pet-free home. Media mail shipping included.


  2. Time Left: 7 days and 12 hours

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    I inadvertently ended up with 2 of these, but used neither. (I'm selling the other in a separate post.) This copy is like new. Non-smoking, pet-free home. Media mail shipping included.


  3. Disclaimer-ish Greeting: Welcome to the grand pooh-bah of link lists! :thumbup1: I decided to post a list of educational programs for children that are currently available on YouTube (and a few bonus links to content available on other sites) as of 2/4/2014. Most of these were verified as working between 1/20/2014-2/4/2014. I cannot guarantee that these will always work or remain active. Some may be removed due to copyright violations, or due to the original posters removing the content from their channels. I tried to select programs that are currently unavailable through other so
  4. Ok, because I don't understand... what is the big deal about grammar kids learning to memorize so many things? I mean... what is the purpose? I KNOW that kids love to memorize things.. poems, scriptures, nursery rhymes, etc... but even if they like to do it, what is the reason for making sure that they do? This subject has come up often with other homeschoolers {especially more relaxed or unschoolers} who think it's silly of me to require memorization for young children. I see the benefits of memory work that i have done as a kid but I was wondering if there was some long term educational be
  5. If you could have a "do over" for your kids in science, what would you do differently.....AND ......What curriculums would you use to prepare your kids for high school science? Just wondering this morning.....I have two students that are presently in high school and we are moving them toward graduation..... However, I have two more coming along and I am thinking about praying about their paths this morning. We used WTM, LLB, and Rainbow science with the first two to prepare them for high school science. Hmmm......we had fun and they were prepared. But it was a lot of work for mo
  6. what program would you choose? My kids have not managed to master anything in math beyond basic addition and subtraction. They can do higher level math, but it takes them longer than it should and I still sometimes see them counting on their fingers. So I want to backtrack and find a program that works toward mastery before moving on to the next thing. I have Right Start level C (we're working through the transition lessons currently) but I'm having a hard time teaching some of the concepts (like mental math) and don't know whether this curriculum is going to work for us over the long haul
  7. -Multi-level: acceptable for 4th grader, but adaptable for special needs/preKer -Old earth -creation & adaptation / or evolution (I can ad lib!) -Prefer secular over Christian, but see above -Lots of reading lists, sources for read alouds -scientist bios as well as experiments -has a kit with everything I'll need already in it. I am willing to consider any topic, but son is leaning toward something with experiments (he's been watching too much Time Warp, methinks!) This is for all boys. They won't enjoy drying/pressing flowers or journaling. They want to "chuck b
  8. One without an older sibling. So, there's no history/science/music/art "by absorption", or "when they feel like sitting in." I want to simplify for next year, before I purchase much. But, everything is so worthwhile. Even Ambleside has a lot to it, by the time you do foreign language, picture study, hymn study, folk song study, classical music study, etc...... I have SOTW 1 + AG and it looks like fun. So does science. And art. And music. And Spanish. etc. etc. etc. But, we just don't have time for all that. Plus grammar. Plus writing. Plus 2 math programs. Plus my youngest
  9. We are doing: MUS Alpha WWE workbook 1 FLL 1 SOTW (just reading, not the activities) We were doing The Reading Lesson but we've kind of taken a break from that and are just doing Bob Books and the like. I haven't really found a science program that I like, so we've just been doing nature study, planting things, catching and releasing bugs and lizards, etc. We sporadically do Artistic Pursuits (I need to do better at this), but she also does a variety of coloring, drawing, and weaving projects. We're kind of at a hectic time in our life right now and just doing the bare minimum,
  10. First time posting, and I don't know what all of the acronyms mean, so I'll use the Queen's English like we try to teach our children :) Our 7-year old, 2nd grade daughter (does this make her dd7?) is not a great speller. She is the type that locks up when she doesn't know how to do something, and her poor spelling makes writing terrifying. For that reason we did the last quarter of WWE1 this fall to get her used to it before the dreaded dictation. Poor soul, she doesn't know what's coming next week. My question is how to do dictations with a poor speller. Should we tell her how
  11. Greetings:). I would really like to use SOTW with the AG for grades 1 all the way through 8. Has anyone been able to successfully use, for example, SOTW Vol. 1 with a 1st and 5th grader together? Does the AG offer enough ideas and literature suggestions for both levels? Or would I need to find another historical literature resource for the 5th grader? TIA! Marianne in TX
  12. I'm sure this has probably been discussed before ad nauseum. Forgive me. For those of you with experience, though, which of these two do you recommend and why?
  13. I love them both. :lol: God's Design is exactly what I wanted: structure, review, biographies and projects without all the bells and whistles that others like Christian Kids Explore add in such as memory cards. All I can comment on is the World of Plants, it's just the right level for elementary, not too deep like I feel Apologia is but not too light either. Of course, Shanleya's Quest is a living book treasure...I'm so happy I decided to take a chance and get it. I'm sure it will be a favorite in our home.
  14. My DS is 12. I've been trying to get him to do oral narration of history or science reading. He is having a TERRIBLE time with it. He tries to get away with just pointing at a picture in the book and saying "I learned that". If pressed further, he will simply read the words off the page, he doesn't seem to be able to put the narration into his own words. He's started telling me to please don't even ask him to tell what he learned. My DS does have some fairly severe LD's, but still, he's 12 years old, and you'd think he'd be able to give a couple sentence summary of what he just heard or re
  15. Hi, I am using WWE with my 3rd grader and all is going well so far. My question refers to dictation. Dd can write down the dictation well, but her spelling needs help. How do you check spelling on dictation work? Correcting as she writes would seem to defeat the purposed of dictation, so we have been checking over her work at the end, and I point out and we correct mistakes. However, I don't want her to begin to feel badly about misspelling words that she may not have learned yet. Thoughts? Thanks, Kristine in VA
  16. I just wanted to say that the first appendix in this book, Troubleshooting, is worth the price of the book. The very first answer to the first question is, imo, right on the money. That question is, "My student cries when he writes, What should I do?" Her answer is awesome and applies to other subjects as well. Just thought I'd put this out there for those of you who struggle with teaching your children to write and who have children cry during school time. Get the book!
  17. I'm new to homeschooling, I'll be starting my 5 year old next week for the first time! We're doing OPG and thought that Writing with Ease was a beginning writing program for first grade, but just realized they need to know HOW to write before beginning that curriculum next year. Any suggestions on a curriculum or method on how to teach how to write? Thanks!!
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