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  1. I'm looking for a language arts program for the upcoming school year. We have never found a LA program we actually liked. (Other than Aesop's Grammar from RFWP, but that was a one year thing.) Has anyone tried The Good and The Beautiful? I downloaded the free ones, but I'm still not completely sure. Any other suggestions welcome. This year I will have a Kindergartener, 1st grader, 4th grader, and two sixth graders in addition to a newborn and a toddler. (Baby will be here is about 2 months.) So, older kids being able to do most or all work independently is a big big need around here.
  2. I need success stories from those who have used CLE LA for elementary and middle school. Do you feel the grammar was covered well? Do you feel they missed something by doing CLE? Did they test well?
  3. Time Left: 4 days and 22 hours

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    AcreSoft Psalms Memory Verse Grammar Copybook is a PDF file, of printable pages. These pages are great for copywork and grammar practice, and at the same time learning Bible memory. The PDF Contains Psalms 1, 8, 23, 67, 91, 103, and 121. After printing you can use the lines for copying the verse; and fill in the grammar puzzle box, by writing the words under the correct part of speech. There is also a section with answers for the grammar puzzles. The grammar puzzle colors are designed to go with the Montessori grammar object colors.


  4. All right, some background first. I used to teach (and tutor) English for grades six and up. However, I have practically no experience at the elementary level. I'm trying to put together a rough plan from here to high school--not just for writing, but all the language arts. My DS loves stories and puns--we make up silly stories together all the time. He currently reads comfortably at a first- to maybe early second-grade level (using LOE Foundations C and the Amish Pathways readers), and he's comfortable discussing what he reads and what I read to him. He has a decent vocabulary, but often
  5. I really like the looks of this curriculum, but can't find a lot on it. There were a few mentions in some older threads, but that's it. Has anybody used it for more than one year? Would you say it's on grade level pretty much? Do you think you could use the 4th grade level (Ruby) with a 5th grader and 3rd grader? Did you think it was worth it? Is it just literature, or do you view it as more of a complete LA program? Thanks in advance. :)
  6. Hi :) I am planning our 2015 Language Arts program. Currently we are using CLE Larts 3. Over the years I have not found it to be meatier enough and not sure whether DD is remembering the grammar aspects. There are lots of superfluous things in it for us. I like SPIRAL, so was wondering whether Saxon/Hake would be a better fit for us. Or Analytical Grammar. I have VIE at home - but the teacher's guide is just too full on and it is not spiral, but mastery. We will def use the writing portion at the back for writing curriculum (along with IEW) What is the feedback you would
  7. Please help me. I am appealing to the extensive knowledge base of the Hive! My son is currently in 5th grade. I removed him from school in April of this year (4th grade) because he was having so many behavior issues associated with his High Functioning Autism. I deschooled until the start of this school year (when my other child returned to public school) when I started homeschooling in earnest. My son is average or above average IQ, but challenged with fine motor skills. He HATES anything to do with writing. I have been successful in getting him to write a sentence or two here or there,
  8. We're halfway through 2nd grade right now and I'm looking ahead for what writing program to buy for next year, since we're overseas and my FIL is visiting in September; so he can bring stuff over for me. My problem is that I don't know where I'm headed in writing or what is even important. I am attracted to language programs like CW, Write from History, or ELTL, which are classical or CM with a classical flavor, that integrate spelling, grammar, copywork, narration, dictation, vocab, and even lit analysis into one program. Right now we're using FLL and WWE, but I try to do narrations from
  9. *I've updated the list below to include suggestion so far. Thanks everyone!* I'm putting together a list for a local group, and I would like to include the various popular curricular options for the elementary/intermediate grades. Here's what I have so far, I would appreciate any recommended additions. The list doesn't need to be exhaustive, but I would like to include tried-and-true programs that many homeschool families use. Secular options are especially appreciated (non-secular is fine too). Math Saxon Math Singapore Math Math Mammoth RightStart Math Math-U-See CLE Abeka
  10. So Winter Promise posted on Facebook that they are having a sale on the digital versions of their language arts......around $50 and the programs look really cute. I ordered LA 4 to try with my daughter for the rest of this year/summer. It looks really cute, but I'm wondering if anyone has experience with their LA? Would love to hear reviews/comments.
  11. Last year I used LLATL Yellow with my eldest (see my signature) and it was a great experience. This year we are using LLATL Orange. Now I have a problem. DD can't seem to remember much of anything from last year. Even when it reviews (I use that in a loose term with this curriculum) she can't remember much from earlier in the book. I'm a little stumped. I love the method and using literature to enhance lessons but there seems to be little retention. I also love how it introduces the new concepts in a gentle way and using real literature. My question is: Is it time to put LLATL aside and
  12. If you use Christian Light Language Arts, but use a different spelling program do you just skip that portion in the light units? What if you also use a different handwriting? Would I be wasting my money on this program? I really want a workbook based Language Arts program for my 5th grade daughter next year. We used BJU this year but it is so expensive.
  13. In 3rd grade my daughter stopped receiving adequate composition and language arts instruction. Her 5th grade year also saw no language curriculum - just packets of suffixes and prefixes, no writing. She is currently in the 6th grade. Due to a variety of circumstances I will be homeschooling for language for the remainder of the year. I need a ready to go curriculum that relies heavily on composition. I would prefer a non-religious text, but am not opposed to a good Christian based curriculum. Thanks.
  14. I'm currently using WWE and FLL, both level one for my first grader who is an advanced reader. I'm not in love with it. I find it too slow and not challenging in the least. I've thought of just skipping a level, but I'm concerned it's never going to be what I want. For second grade, I'd like: diagramming parts of speech sentences and paragraphs I feel that the Peace Hill Press curriculum is just so much copy work. SO MUCH. He doesn't mind all that much, but I want to see more improvement in his own writing, which I don't see a lot of with this curriculum, since it requires no ind
  15. I've been reading Magic Lens with my 7th grade dd, and we just hit the verb chapter. Whoa. The difficulty and complexity of this grammar instruction is beyond my understanding. I feel like how I suspect non-mathy folks feel about AOPS. I've never personally had this level of grammar instruction, particularly all those perfect forms, and I'm getting nervous about teaching it. Can a non-grammar parent survive the 3 remaining MCT levels of grammar? I need some hand-holding and reassurance. Has anyone else learned as they went through upper levels of MCT grammar? Or are all you Magic Le
  16. It is in California's 2014 list of programs awaiting approval so I took a look out of curiosity. It is currently Gr 6 to Algebra but is going to be for Gr 6 to 12 in the future. The books are online for browsing http://www.springboardonline.com/california/ ETA: It is now in the approved list released on Jan 15, 2014 http://www.cde.ca.gov/nr/ne/yr14/yr14rel6.asp
  17. Does anyone know of a hands-on language arts or grammer program? Something with a Montessori style? Something an active 6 year old boy would enjoy? Thanks! Lisa Huntoon
  18. Please help me schedule out PLL as the "center" with other Language Arts as needed. Maybe I overbought curriculum. This is for a 3rd grader, so we are doing the entire PLL book this year (some split it over 2nd/3rd) I have: Primary Language Lessons (Hillside version) Writing With Ease Memoria Press Literature Grade 2 (I use it a year behind) Courage of Sarah Noble, Little House in Big Woods, Mr. Popper's Peguins, & Tales from Beatrix Potter Seton Spelling 3 Seton English 3 Seton Phonics Seton Reading Comprehension (could do this in Religion, because it's pretty much bible h
  19. If you were to construct a grammar program for grades 2-8 from vintage texts available from google e-books (or other equally available texts, such as Serl's PLL from Lost Classics, etc.), what would it be? I like the looks of Sheldon's, of Mary Frances Hyde's Two-Book Course in English, Harvey's, etc., but I'm struggling with how I could use them in a logical sequence for grammar/logic stages. I'm looking for something comparable to the R&S English books (but more secular). I'll probably go with R&S (perhaps with vintage books to supplement)! I just want to see what all my opti
  20. I would love feedback on how these programs compare. If you have used one or any, please let me know your thoughts. We have used FLL for one year. I personally find level 1 to be great and level 3 makes me want to gnaw my arm off slowly. My dh likes them both, so he does that work and he would like to continue FLL because of the repetition, copy work, poetry, and memorization. My kids don't mind them, but I wouldn't say they look forward to them with anticipation. I do like the poems, memorization, and copy work. We haven't used WWE or IEW. What do you like or dislike? If you combine
  21. I am planning to use WWE next year for my 4th grader. We have not done any formal grammar, but plenty of copy work. We have tried dictation and she did fine with it. Should I go through FLL and WWE? We are going to start with WWE 3.
  22. We have been using First Language Lessons Levels 1 and 2 for the last two years. My kids have enjoyed it somewhat and I like that its scripted and very accessible. But I think they're tiring of the repeating the definitions and after doing it for two years ready for something different. My question is for anyone who has used level 3. Does it repeat the same general format or is it really changed a lot from levels 1 and 2? A friend of mine uses LLATL and loves it! I'm thinking of changing over to that instead and then they each have their own LA to work on independently. (I've had m
  23. Hi all! I am a homeschooling mom of three. My oldest daughter is 6 years old and is just finishing up with Kindergarten at home. My middle daughter is 3 1/2 years old and will begin PreK work in the fall. My youngest son is 7 months old and just chills while we work. :) We were members this year of a local Classical Conversations Community and LOVED it. We will continue that next year with my oldest moving into Apprentice class and my middle daughter in the Abecedarian class. So we will use the CC curriculum to cover fine arts, history, science and basic memory work. BUT I am struggli
  24. It's our first year in Home Educating and I've done 2nd and K. My Kindergartener is reading pretty well. We did 100 Easy Lessons so now she just reads out loud to me her choice of library books daily. She did Handwriting Without Tears and followed that up with Kumon Book of Writing Words which she finished. I've ordered Kumon's Book of Simple Sentences but I think that's more beginning Grammar than handwriting. She's about half-way through Math-U-See Alpha. She does Science and History along side big brother where she dictates to me what she's learned and I write it out and she draws a p
  25. How heavy is the Christian content in Intermediate Language Lessons by Emma Serle (Particularly the updated version edited by Margot Davidson)? is it the occasional Bible verse/story, could it be reasonably edited out or substituted for? DD is doing very well with the Charlotte-Mason style Simply Grammar, I'm looking for something to follow it.
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