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  1. I'm in the early stages of opening a homeschool hybrid school. We're trying to figure out 5-8 grade history. I would like it to follow classical principles. Do y'all have any suggestions?? Some things I've considered include: 1. Joint classrooms with the elementary grades; everyone uses SOTW but the middle schoolers do *more* with it all. 2. Basically follow SWB's suggestions, using the Kingfisher encyclopedia as a spine. The downside is that every student is doing individual work, and I worry that we won't be able to help them enough with things like finding additional books, outl
  2. Hi there! I feel the need for a switch in our homeschool and maybe you can help me find what I need or we can chat about what you need! My ds11 is entering 6th grade and I need him to work more independently. I want a well rounded language arts plan but don't think I want to focus heavily on grammar. Have you used WWS level 1 somewhat independently? What did you pair it with to round out language arts? We haven't done many projects in our homeschool and I'm wondering if we are missing something. Can you reassure me and help me come up with a plan? What are you using for your 6th grader t
  3. For grammar and writing for my fifth-grader, I'm planning to use Grammar for the Well-Trained Mind and Killgallon's Middle School materials, and I'm trying to decide whether to use both Killgallon's "Sentence Composing" and "Paragraphs" or just "Paragraphs." Would Killgallon "Sentence Composing" be redundant if I'm using Grammar for the WTM? I think it might make sense to use both, but I can't tell for sure looking at the samples.
  4. Time Left: 3 days and 14 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.

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    Very good condition. Clean copy, with just some shelf wear. Non-smoking, pet-free home. Media mail shipping included.

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  8. Time Left: 3 days and 14 hours

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    Includes basic map skills work, as well as US geography study. Each page has a brief explanation, then a worksheet to complete. Author is Milbrey Zelley, publisher is Wieser Educational, Inc., Mission Publications. It is a public school worktext, and not a complete curriculum, but would make an excellent supplement to other US geography work. Clean copy, some shelf wear. Smoke-free, pet-free home. Media Mail shipping included.

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  9. Hi all, "Grammar for the Well-Trained Mind," the follow-up to "First Language Lessons," will be available on PDF in just a couple of weeks and in physical form by late September or early October. But we know that many of you are eager to get started, so we're giving away the first six weeks of the curriculum here. This grammar curriculum was formerly known as "Advanced Language Lessons," and you may have heard about it under that title. It consists of a Core Instructor Text (used for all four years), yearly Student Workbooks (the first one is being released now, and #2 is in development), ye
  10. Does anyone else out there follow WTM suggestions for Science in the Logic stage? We've been trying to (although the kits get pretty expensive) because I love the hands-on experiments. I've noticed some things and I'm looking for feedback from others (or maybe just some reassurance, as usual). My dd loves Chemistry experiments (We're using the T&K CHEM2000 kit.). She's mostly resigned to doing experiment pages. She doesn't mind doing reports too much (she's my LA-happy dd), but she has a hard time coming up with subjects for them. I'd rather that she just keep moving through the e
  11. I am considering using History Odyssey but my ds is 10 and starting 5th grade. I think Ancients Vol 2 would be best for him, BUT I already own the Usborne I-L History Encyclopedia. I do not have the Kingfisher book that they recommend. Has anyone mixed these two together. I realize I could just use Vol 1 which does use UILHE, but it doesn't have the same notebooking expectations as Vol 2 has. Has anyone already tried this or know of any schedules already available. Hate reinventing the wheel! Wendy
  12. Hi everyone! I just wanted to share a little blog I've started in which I will be posting online resources linked with the units and subunits of SOTW book 4. Most of what you'll find there are extension materials such as primary source documents, and video enrichment for my logic stage son. It's called StoryOfTheWorldBlog I hope you might find it of some use! Cheers, Lisa
  13. There was a recent thread on scheduling and encouraging excellence on the accelerated board where Nan in Mass wrote the following: "I should add that one of the focuses of middle school was academic and organizational skills. There comes a point (and if your children are accelerated, it will come sooner) when the child needs better writing skills, needs to know how to study, how to take notes, how to keep a calendar, how to organize his materials, how to do research, that sort of things.(continues)" As always, Nan got me thinking and wondering what you all do to systematically teach s
  14. Can you help me list all my options for music appreciation in the logic stage? Since DS was tiny we have played classical music, and since he started homeschooling we have gone through Mike Venezia's composer books, and in fifth this year we're studying the orchestra. In sixth we're going through Usborne's Introduction to Music to see music from the beginning (we're covering ancients anyway) to the current period. I don't think there is enough in ancient music to keep us occupied even for a semester! What shall I do for seventh? Ideally, I would love a program that is: colorful pretty
  15. Maybe my search skills are rusty, but I can't find any good threads on history for the logic stage. Has anyone used the WTM recommendations for history and found them helpful? Thus far, our history study has been reading SOTW, giving oral narrations, completing maps, and reading non-fiction resources from the library. Literature for ds10 has generally correlated with our history study. I have not included the encyclopedia readings as it seemed to be overkill combined with literature, SOTW, and non-fiction library books. Overall, I've been really pleased with the kids' retention and enjoyme
  16. 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.
  17. Hi everyone! I just wanted to share a little blog I've started in which I will be posting online resources linked with the units and subunits of SOTW book 4. Most of what you'll find there are extension materials such as primary source documents, and video enrichment for my logic stage son. It's called StoryOfTheWorldBlog I hope you might find it of some use! Cheers, Lisa
  18. DS 12 told me he wanted to do chemistry this semester, so we are doing ACS Middle School Chemistry. It's a great program, but it is not what he expected - he wants fizz and bubble and explosions. I would therefore like to supplement ACS with some fun experiments that he and his dad can do together once a week or so. I don't have the time to shop for the supplies for experiments described in books like Fizz, Bubble and Flash. I need complete materials and instructions to hand to DH and DS and let them rip. If there is text or an online module to provide the formal "science" part, all the be
  19. I'm trying to find a spine to use for after our studies of Rome. We will be using Augustus Ceasar's World with that. I would like something that covers Early Church History and the Medieval Period, perhaps even the Renaissance/Reformation as well. The only one I know of is Mystery of History Volume 2(which really starts with Paul, I believe and includes the Fall of Rome). But it only covers the Medieval Period. Then you have to buy another volume for the Renaissance, then the last book hasn't been released yet. Story of the World Vol. 2 covers from 400 AD on and seems young for my 6
  20. Hello. I have been searching around alot to learn about how to integrate a biblical worldview into our history, science ...basically across the board of our curriculum. We use the WTM suggestions as our guide. At present, I am homeschooling a 7th and 5th grader in the 1600-1850's of history as per WTM. We are reading from the SOTW 3 and the KFE along with the literature suggestions in the WTM. We are also reading the Story of Science series to give them a sense of science in history as I find it so disjointed otherwise. I will not be buying new spines or literature books. The t
  21. DD (10) is wanting a grammar workbook or program that she can do by herself. I'm looking at Spectrum and Evan-Moor but other ideas are welcome. She's completed most of FLL level 4, and isn't appreciative of MCTLA's playfulness with words, plus she wants to be able just to "get it done." TIA!
  22. I really think I jumped the gun this year. We picked out Oak Meadow 9 this year and started back in September. I finally decided to give up on it. Nothing is sinking in and he finds it horribly boring. We don't interact at all because of how it is set up. He is just lacking the skills to accomplish the work. So, I ordered Writing with Skill for him. So, his language arts work is going to be Italics, Writing with Skill, reading of his choice. He writes summaries of HOAW as well. I am trying to not focus on how things will look on a transcript. Instead I need to focus on the le
  23. I'm interested in the guide for scheduling purposes. I'm considering using the Westward Expansion guide as well, since there's so much overlap. I've been trying to come up with a schedule using Human Odyssey as a spine, with the WTM topic recs as a guide. I had been trying to use the Guerber/Miller books (Story of 13 Colonies/Great Republic), but I can see it's going to take a while for me to flip through them and come up with a schedule. We've been so busy this summer that I haven't had any real time to plan. Time is no longer on my side, which makes me lean toward the BF guides. Am
  24. Good afternoon! I am starting to plan the next four years of math for DD#1, who will be in 5th grade in the fall. What do you all like / use for Logic stage math? If you switched from one program to another, could you tell me the "whats" and "whys" of your decision? We have always used SM and supplemented with Miquon. This year we added in LoF-Fractions (which she LOVES) since she had finished Miquon. I'm just not really sure where to go from here.
  25. For those who use R&S, do you use a writing program of any kind during the logic stage? I do not have the 3rd ed. of WTM (it's on the way!), but my 2nd ed. says that the comp. exercises in R&S are enough. Have you found that to be the case?
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