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  1. I'm considering going with Oak Meadow's Grade 8 English for my son next school year. I really, really need someone to chime in about what you liked about it and what you didn't like about it. Ds likes the previous edition book list with Lord of the Flies, Hobbit, Call of the Wild, etc.... The newest edition looks great, too, but doesn't excite him as much (Echo, Moon Over Manifest, Criss Cross, et). We may just stick with BraveWriter but I'm really wanting something that he can follow on his own when I'm unavailable for him. If you used/use Oak Meadow English, could you pretty plea
  2. Has anyone used Oak Meadow's World Geography course or Trail Guide to World Geography? I'm looking a both for my upcoming 9th grader next year. They both look good!
  3. Well, it's been a long time since I've been here! Good to be back. Our 2 oldest have graduated, married (both this summer!!) & now we've got littles to educate ;0) 1 year old, (new) 6 year old & 8 year old. I'm thinking about doing a semester more of kindy w/ the 6 yob & starting 1st in January. 8yog is solid third although math always needs more help! Has anyone tried to combine this many different styles?? The notebooking/narration part of the classical approach using SOTW that we did with our older ones is very similar to Waldorf's (somewhat) unit study approach to Main L
  4. It must be planning season, here's my annual off the wall, bad-idea-probably-won't work planning post: I'm thinking about OM 5th grade for my younger dd. Partly for my own sake, I am working much more than I have in the past, and I'll have a 9th grader to manage as well. Having somebody else lay everything out has its appeal. I also think that in general, OM's style and content would appeal to dd9. At the same time, I'm thinking to myself - what, are you crazy??? You've done 5th grade before, you already own all the pieces to put it together yourself. And this child has never follow
  5. Has anyone used Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain with a teen that struggles with drawing? Did you use it with the Oak Meadow syllabus or alone? Did you see marked improvement? Was it lasting? Thanks!
  6. Hello everyone, I thought I had everything set for next year and then......I didn't. Right now I'm flip-flopping back and forth between History Odyssey Level 2 Ancients and Oak Meadow's fifth grade English/History. I'm looking for opinions on both, please. English hasn't been a focus the past two years because my daughter was very advanced in this area. But as a result, writing hasn't been a focus either and needs to be brought up to snuff. She isn't very excited about doing ancients, but most of the books in OM's program have already been read multiple times. Nothing is really l
  7. I am thinking of buying the Oak Meadow Grade 9 English program but I'm wondering if I have to use their version of The Least You Should Know About English. I can get a Canadian version for $20 less plus I will save on shipping, but I am wondering how integrated the syllabus is with the textbook. Does it refer to just page numbers or to topics? The sample lesson plan doesn't show the use of this texts. Can someone with the program, enlighten me? Jennifer
  8. If you useoak meadow, can you look at this thread and post your thoughts? http://forums.welltrainedmind.com/topic/478313-tell-me-its-crazy-to-think-of-buying-a-packaged-curriculum-for-next-year/
  9. Next year will be our first using Oak Meadow. I have an elementary student and 2 middle-schoolers. I'm really excited for next year! The curriculum is so different from what we've always used (mostly Sonlight & TOG). However, the number of projects/writing assignments at the middle school level seems a bit overwhelming. Were your middlers able to complete everything? Did they even attempt it? How do you organize their work? In the elementary level we have the main lesson books, did you continue to use them in middle school? That seems impractical considering the amount of writi
  10. I decided to go this route for history next year and just received the book! Before ordering, I checked around for reviews but couldn't find many for this program, so I decided to post my initial impressions here. We are in the last year for the history cycle and I found precious little in the way of living book spines anyway (which has been our history style up til now). I've been fascinated with Oak Meadow for some time and decided to give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised with the text. It is written in a clear, narrative style that reminds me of the content section of Hirsch's Core Kn
  11. I was wondering how you care for/any tips for the day to day life of spiral books? I hate spiral bound stuff, but have somehow ended up with some. Although the rest of the will be sold, I have Oak Meadow K & 1 (and will eventually have the following years as well). These are two very thick, wobbily books. I usually lay them down seperately on the shelf, and the back cover and front covers sort of get rubbed against the binding. It takes up loads of space and its still not protecting them anyway. Books that big should not be spiral bound, that or they should figure out how to protec
  12. Hi, First of all I want to apologize for what is going to be a huge blurt :glare: But,...it happens. I was going to just privately PM Nance again, but I figured there are quite a few other OMers out there, and I don't want to bother her too much with my incessant rambling :laugh: Let me explain my kids first - Atlas (newly 7) - Phonics - We went through hiccups trying to find the right reading curriculum for her, (first Sonlight & ETC - too much connected with writing, then OPGTR (she glazed over, and promptly forgot everything th next second), then AAR (problems with pronuncia
  13. I dont know why, but i keep considering Oak Meadow for my youngest. He will be entering 2nd next year, and is very artsy, craftsy, loves stories, reading, projects, hands on........he is also accelerated in most subjects, so i dont know if Oak Meadow would even work for him...we would stick with Beast Academy and Math Mammoth for math, and Lively Latin...... Thoughts? Could Oak Meadow be a fit for an accelerated 2nd grader?
  14. So, dh is starting to recognize that school isn't a good fit for ds. This doesn't mean he'll actually agree to pull him, but the odds are increasing. I've started looking more seriously at curriculum again, and wanted to ask some questions/get my thoughts out. Feel free to comment, make suggestions, etc. IF I pull ds and start homeschooling at some point this school year, I feel like I'm going to need a curriculum that does some handholding (ie, I don't have to do much planning), but I DON'T want or need a curriculum that approximates public school. I know one of you lovely ladies recommen
  15. Well, I am not doing so great with my curriculum choices this year. My DD is really only happy with IEW. Math, Latin, Spanish are ok. BUT- she is not enjoying this year. Breaks my heart. This is only my second year. UGH. Choices are hard. I keep going back to Oak Meadow. My DD is a gifted VSL who is crazy creative. Would she like it? Also, when I am looking at the lesson plan samples, when they show "Lesson 4" is that the lesson for the week? So, are all the books broken into 36 lessons? Thanks!!! :)
  16. To start with, I should acknowledge that I am not currently a homeschooler. I have a 7 year old son who just started second grade in public school (I also have a one year old daughter). He's had a lot of rough spots in school due both to his dyslexia (discovered at the end of kindergarten, and no great surprise given that both dh and my brother are dyslexic so it comes from both sides) and also to the fact that he's an active boy and sitting in school for seven hours a day is rough for most young boys. Anyway, we seriously considered pulling him out and I looked at a lot of curricula in d
  17. I am desperate for guidance on this topic. At this point, my plan is for my son to use Miller-Levine Biology next year when he is in 9th grade. However, I am a bit confused about how best to implement the course -- whether to use the Kolbe syllabus, teacher's materials directly from the publisher, or something else. I've read many threads on this topic, and I still don't have a clear idea of what to do. Having read that the publisher is not consistent in dealing with homeschoolers doesn't help. We used the Kolbe syllabus this year with Prentice-Hall Physical Science, and I felt it had
  18. I know world history is a lot to cover in 1 year, but that's the plan. I want to cover the ancients through 1900, leaving 20th century world history for another year. I think I've read every thread here on world history. I've definitely ruled out Notgrass, Omnibus, and Sonlight 200. These are the ones I'm considering, and I can't make up my mind. Can you help push me off the fence? Option 1 Bob Jones World History using BJU tests, but not DVDs Option 2 Glencoe World History (Spielvogel) w/the Glencoe Quizzes & Tests (I currently own both) Option 3 Glencoe World Hist
  19. Let me know if I'm being a bit over-ambitious in my curriculum choices. I usually end up discarding what I don't like--but I'd like to try and avoid over-buying (my big big problem.) I'll have 3rd and 2nd graders, as well as a Kindy student next year. (And an overactive toddler.) My Kindy will be continuing with Reading Eggs and doing Oak Meadow's Kindy with a bit of math thrown in. (Probably Right Start A as we have it already). There's a chance we might go to Egypt for a few months, depending on how stable things are there after the elections...so I'd like to do SOTW 1 (both kid
  20. I have definitely decided to do Waldorf with my youngest. I was set on purchasing Oak Meadow K when I felt dd(almost 4) was ready, which would still be quite a while from now, but I like to plan ahead. Today I discovered this Waldorf curriculum: http://www.live-education.com/ Wow, I love the looks of it, too! I've talked to several OM users, but I don't know of anyone using Live Education. Does anyone here use it? What do you think? Also, it would be great if you've used both Live Education and Oak Meadow and could compare the two for me. Thanks!
  21. I'd love some advice for a relaxed K year for my DD. Specifically, I'm looking at Oak Meadow but I'd welcome any suggestions. Right now, I love our days filled with reading, playing and nature exploration and I want that to continue. I would also like to add a rhythm of fun but more intentional school-time to our days next year. I would love to find something that has a schedule, an artistic and nature focus and holds the hand of the seriously creatively challenged parent. Here's part of my dilemma. My DD has high-functioning autism and is hyperlexic. Lots of the K curriculums out there
  22. I really really want to use Oak Meadow for my kids. It is my #1 choice and I keep coming back to it. My issue is placement. DS will be 5 in the fall. He would do perfectly in the 1st grade program, although he is already ahead in the LA. No biggie. But I worry about placing him a year ahead, even though he is ahead of most of his peers. Also, DD will be 4 in the Fall. She would be perfect for the LA in 1st and I am 90% sure she could keep up elsewhere. Thoughts?
  23. Does anyone have experience withOM Science for middle school? I am mainly looking at Basic Life and Basic Physics (6th and 8th grade courses). This for my very sciency son. How easy was it to find supplies? Depth okay? Would Rainbow Science be a better (though more $$$) choice? Just basically anything and everything you can tell me.
  24. I know these methods aren't classical so this is probably the wrong place for these questions, but here goes... I've been doing eclectic classical since we started homeschooling. Every year I've looked at other options and felt tempted, perhaps just for the change it would bring. I've looked at OM in previous years but until this year I haven't been seriously tempted. My oldest would be in OM5 and it's written to the child... I'm wondering if anyone has experience with OM after doing Classical. How was the transition - pros? cons? I also have three other children being homeschooled (they wil
  25. Could you tell me why? It looks so appealing to me but I have no good reason to switch things up next year aside from really thinking my daughter would love it. Everything we have is working well and she isn't complaining so why I am even looking at it is a mystery to me. I think I want to be talked out of purchasing such an expensive curriculum! I'd love to read about more experiences, I've combed the archives here but I would love more information from users and former users.
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