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  3. I'm a long-time user of TOG. We've used it since my oldest was in 1st grade, and he's now in the 7th. Each year, I've looked for something different, mostly out of my not wanting to plan so much and partially because of Grass is Greener Syndrome. With a new baby in the mix, I really don't have the time to plan to the degree I need to in order to make Tapestry successful for us. Don't get me wrong - I do love many parts of Tapestry. I'm just not sure it's a good fit for us this year. We're about 5 weeks into our new homeschool year, and I'm drowning quite a bit with planning. Actual
  4. This will probably be all over the place because I am about to have a nervous breakdown. We have been all over the place between Wayfarers, Biblioplan, and TOG, and it is making me a crazy person. I must decide what history curriculum to use and stick with it. I am down to choosing between TOG and Biblioplan for good. I have used TOG (LG) for a unit. I LOVE the "excellence" of it...however... reading the teachers notes isn't happening, and I am not sure it ever will. It seems like the teachers notes are what ties it all together, so this is a problem. I keep telling myself I
  5. Hello - would someone happen to be using Tapestry of Grace Year 2 and be able to send me a picture or scan of Week 13 reading list - the yellow page on the left with the reading assignments on it? My copy is from about 8 years ago if anyone has one that old! How is that one page missing!!??? Thanks Deb Allen
  6. I have used a year of TOG at the rhetoric level with my older dd, and I am looking at Y3 for next year - 7th grade- for my younger. I really like the looks of the books for history and literature, although I will probably have her read the full versions of the classics that they use abridged version. Please give me your opinions of the dialectic level. thanks Carolyn
  7. I'm needing advice. We are really needing to get this decision made for several reasons. However, I am going back and forth terribly! We really like TOG, but I am worried about the work load for once we get to high school. Does anyone know around how many hours a day on average a child would spend on the rhetoric level with TOG (specifically for non honors credits)? I lean Charlotte Mason, and the idea of nonstop hours and hours of intense work at the rhetoric level is really intimidating me. But, I am not sure TOG has to be that intense. I'm wondering if we did just the basic credits
  8. I have heard over and over again how TOG is a buffet. I watched the planning video, and I get that no one should do it "all" but I am still not exactly understanding what that exactly means. Okay, there is the "primary resources" and then there is the "alternate or extra resources"....so is the idea that you will for sure do all of the "primary resources" and then only pick the "extra resources" that you choose? Or, when they say it is a buffet, are they including the primary resources in that list of stuff you can choose to do or not do? In other words, when planning is everything on the
  9. Hi there! I am deliberating between TOG Yr 2 and SOTW Vol 2 next year for my upcoming 2nd grader and kindergartener. We have used TOG Year 1 this year, but with SOTW Vol 1 as the spine. The kids have really enjoyed and retained a lot from the hands-on projects, but of all the reading we've done, SOTW has definitely been the most enjoyable. I already have TOG Year 2, and I'm looking through it and noticing both that SOTW 2 doesn't seem to be scheduled much (which is disappointing) but also noticing that the 2nd-year scope of the curricula seem very different. I'm trying to decide which to u
  10. http://www.lampstandbookshelf.com/ZC/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=100_55&products_id=643 Who: Never bought Tapestry from Lampstand Press can enter drawing for curriculum once Who: Users of Tapestry can sponsor interested folks no limit and if their sponsored person wins, the sponsor wins 150$ worth of curriculum of their choice.
  11. Quick Background: I've been homeschooling for 15+ years, and I've burned out. Actually, I've probably been burned out for several years, because we've gone from TOG, to unschooling to basically no schooling. *sigh* It doesn't help that I have a very strong willed 10yr that turns everything school related into a battle if it isn't "fun." I've been seriously considering putting DS in public school just so that he gets SOME kind of education and structure. So, he's 10yrs old and technically 5th grade. But although bright, he's behind where he could/should be (based on his abilities), because
  12. I have used TOG twice in the past. The first time around, it was with the classic, and it was when my oldest was in 1st or 2nd grade. I was pretty overwhelmed! The second time around, I think my oldest was in 6th grade or so. It went OK, but I never left the "Fog." I think I finally realized that I needed something with daily assignments. Since that time we've used Sonlight some and My Father's World some. We are most currently coming from MFW. My oldest 2 are using their high school levels, and while I really do like it, it provides no guide for the parent, so I'm LOST. And I can't just w
  13. I'm having a hard time finding this on the forum although I am certain someone must have posted on this in the past... I would love to hear from anyone who has used both products and can compare them for me? I like VP a lot but am looking to get into a 4-year cycle as my 2nd child will be starting 1st grade next year. My oldest will only be 3rd grade, but I would love to not buy something now and have to buy a different program again for dialectic (in case you were going to say TOG is too much for lower grades). If I can avoid it, that is. So what I would love to hear is, what did y
  14. I've spent the last two days researching here and got a LOT of my questions answered. This forum is a goldmine!!! However, now I have all new questions after all the reading I've done ;) Please bear with me if any of this is redundant or has already been covered and I missed the thread! Feel free to link and redirect me to any threads your think would help :) My questions are: VERITAS: I've read a lot about how Omnibus is more GB with a little bit of history and I personally would prefer the subjects to be more equal. For those of you with Omnibus experience, does the program allow room
  15. I used TOG for about half a year a few years ago, so I'm familiar with it, but my son wil be a junior next year and has not been using TOG so far. Because we've been eclectic thus far, he has an American History credit and a Geography credit. He will still need to get a World History credit as well as a semester of Government and a semester of Economics. Is there any way I can use TOG and count it for a World History credit this year? I am flexible on what year we use, but own yr 1 and 2. Thanks for the input. FYI, I also have kids in grades 9, 5, 4, 1, K.
  16. Hi! If there are any of you who use TOG with your younger kids, I have a question for you: I am behind…..really behind. (finishing week 10) I love the curriculum and have just found a groove. I want to cover the remaining year's material even if it's just a light skimming, but I really don't want to do school past the end of May. I don't even know if this is realistic. Is there a way I can hit the highlights, so that there isn't too big of a gap in learning when we start year 2 in the fall? I got really bogged down in the first several weeks with all the bible reading plus tryin
  17. Hi everyone, I am a four-year MFW user, starting with Adventures and now we are in Exp-1850. I have a 6th grader, a 3rd grader, and a 1st grader doing MFW-1st right now. And I'm feeling for the first time like MFW isn't working for us. The issues: --I want to do with all three boys together somehow, but the age range makes this difficult. I thought I could include my youngest into some of the science reading/activities and perhaps some of the history, but it hasn't worked out. His attention span isn't there. --History read-aloud time has become challenging because 1) my eldest
  18. Ok, so my oldest is only in first grade but I'm a "big picture" kind of person, and I like to have a general idea of what direction we're going to be headed in. That being said, what are your thoughts on breaking up the history cycle amongst your kids? We are currently doing SOTW and we love it, and I do plan to continue using it through 4th grade for my oldest. I have three other DC behind her, and they are all 2 years apart, so theoretically it would be very easy to stick with the 3x 4-year cycle as SWB advocates. But beyond SOTW I'm sort of lost as to what curriculum or spine will ta
  19. Has anyone ever heard of a book-swap co-op or is there one on this site? We are using Tapestry of Grace Redesigned, Year 1 this year. I was telling an lady that it's too expensive to buy all the books recommended just in the primary resource list for one level, let a lone two or three. She said that when she lived over seas there was a book-swap co-op. The way she described it was that one family would agree to buy a particular year plan/unit, and another family a different unit of the same year plan and then they would all swap books through mail to share expenses. I can think of a few differ
  20. There was a recent thread in which someone commented that TOG doesn't take much prep/planning work once kids are in middle school. I am still trying to nail down history for my rising 8th grader, and TOG is one that I have considered but always throw out due to not being good at using things that take a lot of prep and planning. I do my main planning over Summer, and then we're pretty much do-the-next-thing types once the school year starts. Whenever I go to the TOG website, I find it somewhat overwhelming and that puts me off it. Is it true that the planning isn't intensive for kids in mi
  21. I'm considering using TOG Year 3 next year and am debating whether or not to order the print version along with the DE. I think they're updating the years right now, so figured the DE would be the best option to catch all of the updates... but not sure if I *need* the print version or not. And, if I do opt for the DE, do you buy the SAP-packs or just print them off yourself (same question for the Map Aids)? I have 3 kids to print/purchase for. I "get" the TOG system and think we can implement it without much of the fog I've heard about... but making my mind up about which option to O
  22. I am trying to find a list of all the books that Tapestry of Grace uses or recommends for the first year / Level 1 (the Ancients), specifically for the Lower and Upper Grammar Students. Can anyone provide this or tell me where I can find it? I tried to find it on the TOG website with no luck. Thanks in advance!!
  23. We are doing TOG year 1 and we are up to week 27. It asks for us to read "Introduction to Literary Studies" which it says to find on the LOOM. I looked there but it's not there, not in the links, ... Now what? Thanks for any help. Kathie in VA
  24. I'm planning for fall - 7th & 5th grades. Toying around with the idea of using Tapestry of Grace for the 1st time. I've got what we'd need in my shopping cart and the cost is $582! This is with NO BOOKS in my cart. Then you're looking at the weekly planning that goes into it. ugh Is it worth it? What are my other alternatives? I need to plan well for my dd's middle school history. I want to prepare her for high school studies, but I'm feeling completely overwhelmed right now. Someone, please either talk me out of this or talk me into it. On paper, it looks insane.
  25. A little background DS is an only child and is now 10 years old DS was in 3rd grade public school last year DS was in GT class and bored out of his mind DS is very social, straight A's, never had a problem in public school Teachers LOVED him Our area schools are not good schools I am not against public schools, just the ones we have around here. I started homeschooling in Jan 2012 when he was in 3rd grade We used traditional method (no intergration at all) He loves to math, science, and reading I discoverd Classical Method and loved it I found TOG and fell in love Started TOG in F
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