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  1. Has anyone attended the Public Speaking Institute class (5th-8th grade) at UCLA offered by Education Unlimited during the summer? Any feedback and advice would be much appreciated.
  2. Hi: My dd is perusing the Duke TIP summer camp catalog. She is interested in many classes and having a hard time narrowing them down. What classes have your students enjoyed or not enjoyed? Is one location (Duke, Trinity, Wake Forest, etc.) better or worse than another? ETA: Dd is in 8th grade and qualifies for the Center.
  3. The NY Times has a cool contest for 13-19 year olds. From mid June to mid Aug they can submit their response to any news article they read in the NY Times for a chance to win a prize that week. They can't write more than 350 words so even my lazy daughter figured it was do-able :) Here's the link: http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/05/01/our-fifth-annual-new-york-times-summer-reading-contest/
  4. Does anyone have a student attending Stanford PreCollege Summer Institute (formerly called EPGY)? My dd will be in Math, session 2. It'd be great to connect with someone who's attending.
  5. I was just wondering how much school work you do over the summer. We always debate between "having a break" and "keep going so as not to fall back"
  6. I've been facebook messaging ds19 who is spending the summer between his freshman and sophmore year doing research on campus. He sounds like he loves his work. He is studying the dna relationships between the species of the tulip trees in North America and East Asia. I actually understood some of what he was talking about (hey, I watched the OJ trials.) He has had to do some troubleshooting to find out why there was DNA in the control batches - only to find out that they had some contaminated reagents. He is getting some excellent mentoring from his professor. Also, they have weekly department meetings where they mentor the research assistants on how to write research proposals. They will get lots of practice which will help him when he has to do independent research as an upper classman. He has had a couple of departmental picnics, a frisbee golf outing and just hanging out. Apartment living has not been his undoing (Praise God.) He is so indecisive about food and can get low blood sugar while deciding what to eat :glare: . But, he appears to be managing well and making a lunch to take to work every day. This is the kid that I had to practically shove out the door to go away to college. I had to make the phone calls to set up college visits. I had to hold his hand and/or prod him to get his applications done. (Or I was sure I would have 40 year-old unemployed genius living in my basement.) He has matured so much in the last year. He has matured so much in the last two weeks. I am so proud of my shy, reticent boy. :hurray:
  7. I remember last year Sonlight offered a summer reader package. We didn't purchase it, but used that list for our library trips for my avid reader. I can't find anything like that on their website today. Are they not doing a summer reader package this year??
  8. Worldview Academy is a non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians to think and to live in accord with a biblical worldview so that they will serve Christ and lead the culture. Worldview Academy Leadership Camps are one-week camps for 13 to 18 year-olds. They are very strong in their apologetics teaching, and they make it lots of fun too. They are very well organized and are quite popular among the homeschoolers in our area. Out of the 21 camps scheduled in different college campuses this summer, two are almost full and five are wait-listed already (as of May 28, 2013). We highly recommend these camps. Here is their website for more information: http://worldview.org...amp-information First-timers can get $100 discount using an Empower Code "KCVR". This code can be used by more than one person. Each time this code is used, my son gets a discount off his camp registration fee. This will be his third time attending this Worldview camp. The teaching at camp is on a three-year rotation so campers who go three years in a row won't hear exactly the same things. Please help us pass his code along. We greatly appreciate that.
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  10. Worldview Academy is a non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians to think and to live in accord with a biblical worldview so that they will serve Christ and lead the culture. Worldview Academy Leadership Camps are one-week camps for 13 to 18 year-olds. They are very strong in their apologetics teaching, and they make it lots of fun too. They are very well organized and are quite popular among the homeschoolers in our area. Out of the 21 camps scheduled in different college campuses this summer, two are almost full and five are wait-listed already (as of May 28, 2013). We highly recommend these camps. Here is their website for more information: http://worldview.org...amp-information First-timers can get $100 discount using an Empower Code "KCVR". This code can be used by more than one person. Each time this code is used, my son gets a discount off his camp registration fee. This will be his third time attending this Worldview camp. The teaching at camp is on a three-year rotation so campers who go three years in a row won't hear exactly the same things. Please help us pass his code along. We greatly appreciate that. Quote
  11. I am excited that summer is approaching. We will do a little bit of school but I love to have time to focus on other things too :-) *** I will not even look at my new curriculum until July to start planning unless all my kids go to grandmas for a week. I need a curriculum break!!*** GOALS: finish our Math programs, do educational websites, read a ton, and do GTG a few days a week. focus on my diet and exercise and lose these last 30 or so pounds once and for all work hard on a budget and finances-coupon like a madwoman, hang dry all our clothes, do not use the oven, sell everything I can.... hit as many yard sales as possible go somewhere fun twice a month (botanical gardens, magic house, zoo, museum)
  12. Hello everyone, Not sure if this is allowed or not, but I am not sure how else I can reach parents of smart math-interested home schooled kids. We are starting a math summer camp this July, in San Diego, for kids ages 11-18 . I'm one of the main AoPS instructors and I will be running this camp. We truly believe this will be a great experience for your kids so go ahead and check us out at http://mathlinks.us If you have any questions, you can ask them in this thread, send me a PM, email us at contact@mathlinks.us or a phone call (424) 262-6284.
  13. I'm looking for grammar review for both a 3d and an upcoming 7th grader. -but not one they do together. I want something they can spend about 30 minutes a day on 4-5 times a week during the Summer. Cheap is great. Anyone have any favorites/ideas?
  14. I just started my new blog, and I've decided to use it this summer to write my summer curriculum, which will cover US History from 1774 - 1865. The study will be approximately 11 weeks in length. I will be teaching boys and girls this summer ages 5 - 12, so the curriculum will cover these ages. We will also have a History Club meeting once a week for girls only, ages 8-12. I will write meeting notes into the curriculum. Readers for girls ages 8-12: American Girl Books, 6 books for each of the 4 girls from 1774 - 1865. That would be the Felicity books, Josefina's books, Kirsten, and Addy. (I will not include readers for the younger children, or the boys.) Read Alouds for the girls ages 8-12: Welcome to _______'s World for all 4 American Girls. Read Alouds for all ages boys and girls ages 5-12: Various literature selections from "All Through the Ages" by Christine Miller in their time periods to cover famous individuals and famous events. Writing: Journal writing assignments, which are yet to be written by me. Memory: Daily time-line recitation for the events and famous people studied. Research: Research assignments for the 5th-6th graders If you want to follow me on this summer of fun learning, please follow my blog: www.asmartstart.com Disclaimer: This is the first time I've attempted something this public, or writing my own curriculum from scratch. I've done things like this in my head, and flying by the seat of my pants, but never written out for all to see. If you want to follow along, please have grace. Humbly,
  15. do you feel is/are an absolute must to continue over the summer? I'm asking because I worry about my ds "losing" information and us having to spend unnecessary time in the fall reviewing. I'm thinking we'll continue with math practice, but is there something else I should be worrying about? Thanks!
  16. I am looking for math work for my sons for the summer. I will be finishing Saxon 1 and 3 with my sons in May, but I plan to continue with homeschooling this summer. I would prefer it it were something that they could do every day (five days) to continue practicing math problems and concepts. Or should I go ahead and start Saxon 2 and 54 (which I plan to use for next year)? Any suggestions? How do you schedule Saxon math to cover an entire year?
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