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  1. We do things a bit differently in our home. We are a combination of classical and accelerated. I made a video of our plans - I would love to know what your plans are for Kindergarten. :)
  2. Hi All! I would LOVE to hear from some of you with experience how you break down your homeschooling time for a kindergartner...AND if you use Classical Conversations, how you tie the CC material in with everything else you're teaching. I have a long list of subjects I want to begin teaching my daughter (who just turned 5), but it's pretty overwhelming when I sit down and try to plan out how each day will look. I want to start each day with Calendar Time and spend about 20 minutes on all the calendar stuff, weather, lunar phase, etc., tying in some writing exercises. I think I have a pretty solid plan for that part. But I also want to teach: Phonics/Reading Math Handwriting History Geography Science Art/Music Memory Work Do you teach some subjects only two or three times a week, and others you teach every day? Is there a golden equation for how much time to spend each day total, then how to break it up per subject (e.g. no more than ___ hour(s) total per day, broken up into no more than __ separate subjects, and spread out over __ amount of time.) Also, we will be doing Classical Conversations on our own at home, following the materials used for that. And I'm wondering if I should just lump all the CC stuff into one category called "Memory Work," focusing strictly on the memorization of those items and not trying to turn it into a full history lesson, geography lesson, etc. Your thoughts are very much appreciated and anticipated! :) All the best, Hope
  3. Hello, I just bought the Veritas Press Phonics Museum Curriculum kit for kindergarten and first grade. I purchased a used bundle on ebay for a great price, however, it is missing the game pieces. I figure the game is a big part of the "fun factor" to the curriculum and I don't want to miss out on playing it with my kids. I did receive the game board, but no pawns or dice (not too worried about that), but what I am wanting are the game cards. Can anyone give me some help here? From what I can tell, the game cards are like sight word flash cards?? Since I cannot order these separately from VP, I was hoping someone here has them and could maybe take a picture or something so I could try to make my own? That would be super helpful. Any info you could give would be great, thank you!
  4. 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?
  5. We are doing a light schedule for my DD, I schedule everything weekly but because we are taking our time, sometimes it last for 2 weeks :lol: . I have MUS & OPG that we do a few times a week. We read 1 bible story weekly, and may do some type of activity to go along with it (ideas from abcjesuslovesme.com). Every week we learn about 1 animal, do a letter craft (A alligator, B bat) and then classify them on our board. DD likes to paint & does so often for fun. I would like to add a little more. Nothing heavy. I cant decide what is best for her age. Id like something that is planned out for me, if its not then most likely it will not get done. I was thinking about: the states, countries/continents, history, composers, artist or character traits.. Would learning about composers/artist at this age be good? Ive heard of HSers focusing on 1 composer/artist a month. Is there any curriculum out there that lays it all out & is age appropriate for a soon to be 5yo-- that is not too pricey!? :D Anyone have any advice, or a good curriculum that would fit a stb 5yo?
  6. My ds is going to a Classical Christian school half-day for kindergarten. My husband wants to send him to public school maybe for 1st grade. Our public schools are HEAVY in writing (stories etc) like a lot of public schools. The CC school is very traditional and works on penmanship and copywork. Is there a curriculum or workbook that I can use to afterschool him to help him keep up with PS in writing?
  7. When I opened up our mail, I almost cried to find our homeschool curriculum waiting for us! Here's my little blog post about our curriculum joy: http://gettinskooled.blogspot.com/2011/06/curriculum-is-here.html Can't wait to get started!
  8. Ok, I finally looked at Phonics Road to Writing and Reading. It is very appealing since it seems to give a strong foundation in the language arts. I am concerned it may be too rigid for a K-1st grader, or for me :) For PR: 1. What should be my expectations going into Level 1? 2. Does the curriculum include readers, read-aloud material or suggested readings? Should I add additional reading material? 3. How long should I expect to work on this with my son each day? Is it complicated? 4. Once Level 4 is completed, what should be the expected outcome? For All About Spelling Fans: 1. Do you think that AAS will give my child an adequate foundation? 2. Do I need to add FLL or WWE to this program to "round out the program"? 3. Can you suggest a good reading list for a K-1st grader?
  9. I am new to homeschooling. I have been on this forum to research and find out what I am going to do next year. My son is in Pre-K, and we just finished TYCR100 easy lessons. I looked into PR and AAS as possible choices for LA. I was wondering why people choose new, expensive curriculum over free/inexpensive classics like Webster's Speller and McGuffey's Ecclectic Reader. Genuinely, I want to know if I am missing something:glare:. What is your opinion?
  10. My oldest will be beginning Kindergarten this fall. I have also have two toddlers (1.5 and 3). I have spent HOURS and DAYS poring over different curriculum options. My husband leans heavily toward a classical approach with lots of "life experience" and "hands-on" learning. I am on board but enjoy unit studies and I'm a huge charlotte mason fan. TOG seems like a wonderful combination. I have looked extensively at the 3 weeks that are free to download. Here are my hesitations. While I would love to spend all day everyday on history/bible/geography, I need to spend time on handwriting, math, and reading as well. If I do start TOG this year, at half-speed, are we taking on too much for a Kinder year? Will I be able to bring my little girls into some of the hands-on activities? Is the material too heavy for a 5-year-old? Have others used a separate science curriculum or just tried working science into the units? Has anyone done year 1 at half speed with a 5-year-old? What else did you have time to do each day? I don't want to overwhelm myself or him with more than 2 - 3 hours of school, four days/week. Please share your thoughts/experiences both good and bad. Thanks! Melissa
  11. I am presently finishing up TYCR100 lessons with my 5 year old. He is very bright and a fast learner. I know that in the back of the book it states that once you are finished go through certain books to improve their reading skills. What do you suggest that I start right after I finish the book list? All About Spelling, First Language Lessons, Spelling Power, anything else? Should I be concerned about phonograms? Is he really going to be at a second grade reading level? :bigear: My goal is to help him to become a fluent reader while teaching basic grammar and spelling. I just want to make sure he has a strong foundation phonetically etc. to build on. :confused: Thanks, cabreban
  12. Can you tell me anything about McGraw Hill Math for K and Harcourt Math for 1st grade? This is the curriculum used at the local school. Just wanted to hear what you may think about it. Reformed/ new math?
  13. 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.
  14. Can you tell me anything about McGraw Hill Math for K and Harcourt Math for 1st grade?
  15. I have a 5 year old who is working on his letters and numbers at preschool. He has not mastered his handwriting but he is reading at a 1st-2nd grade level. Should I start him with HWT for Kindergarten or 1st grade? I have read that some of the kids fly through these books. Any advice?
  16. Hello all! I've been stalking the WTM forum for a few days now doing some research for our family. We are new missionaries in South America and have decided we are going to homeschool. There is a "homeschool" for MKs here on our mission's campus, and they use SL for K-2 grade. We're just not sure what we want for our oldest DD. She will be 5 next April and school here begins in March, so we're going to go ahead and start here next spring in K. Her skills right now include knowing all letters, upper and lower case, counting to 20, writing her name, her sister's name, and multiple other letters, in fact most of them. She has boundless energy but LOVES to read and in fact, that is about the only thing she'll sit still for. She is so eager to learn and that is why we're considering the WTM or Classical Christian method. I've looked into Veritas Press, TOG, and stumbled upon Memoria Press yesterday. I love Sonlight for the literature base, but I'm hearing what the K-ers are doing this year in our missions' school and it sounds like what I'm doing with DD right now in some PreK stuff. (We are using confessionsofahomeschooler.blogspot.com ABC curriculum right now.) I don't want her to get bored in school next year so we're considering doing our own thing. My question mainly is what curriculum you would recommend. Our situation is this: We do NOT have access to a library, so something like TOG would be hard. We cannot readily ship things here via mail, so we need everything for a whole year at once. Our internet is spotty and unreliable, so lots of online stuff (listening to composers or reading books online) would be difficult. I think we need a boxed curriculum, but I'm not excited about EVERY component in EVERY boxed curriculum that I find, so I dont' know what to do. Do I even NEED a curriculum for K? HELP!! THANKS! Becky
  17. Hi everyone, I'm finishing up our first year of homeschooling, primarily with our eldest who did 2nd grade this year, and also with our second son who just turned 5 and is thus kindergarten age this fall. He would like to do "school at home" as opposed to going to kindergarten as the public school, so that's the plan for him...now I'm trying to figure out what to do with him! He has progressed nicely through OPGTR this year, more than halfway through, so he is reading Level 2 books with relative ease and thus doesn't need a kindergarten language-arts program that focuses on identifying letters and their sounds. He has also been working on his handwriting this year so he can formulate his letters pretty well. He's been working through Singapore Earlybird A and is just starting B, so we'll just continue that for math. Many of the kindergarten curricula I've been looking at seem to not fit where he is academically, but at the same time I don't want for him to miss out on typical kindergarten activities that would be right for him in other ways. This year he joined in with his older brother on science, history, geography and Bible activities, but I did wonder if it would be good for this fall to have activities that are designed especially for his particular age group. So, WTMers....what have you done for your children that are like this? I do like the idea of a stand-alone curriculum because I'm not yet confident enough in my own homeschooling/teaching abilities to put something together piecemeal for him. But I am feeling somewhat uncertain of the kindergarten curricula I've looked through (which includes Memoria Press K, MFW-K, Oak Meadow, Sonlight...) I'd love any advice from you experienced homeschoolers! What would you do or what have you done? Thanks so much, Helen (P.S. Happy Mother's Day to all! This is my gift from my husband today...free time to do whatever I'd like and here I am...I must really love these boards!)
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