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  1. Omnibus -v- Challenge (Classical Conversations) I'm wanting opinions from people familiar with Omnibus and CC. I am really interested in how you like either one. I know that CC doesn't have a concentrated history part, although there's room at the end and during Christmas, I guess. Right now, we have one level of CC and I'm considering whether it's better to focus on getting other CC levels or someone to find someone to teach the Omnibus. I really want my daughter to be in a "group" situation once a week and then do the work on the other days..... Thanks for any opinions!
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  3. We have enjoyed VP's online self paced history. We haven't tried their online Bible classes yet. Here is the link:http://209veritaspress.refr.cc/ZG8TWCJ I do receive a $10 credit for each new family that joins if you use the link above!
  4. Hoping for feedback regarding the Veritas Press: Scholars Academy High School online programs. Thank you for sharing your experiences & help.
  5. Can anyone point me to resources that flesh this curriculum out? Dd finds the Veritas Press cards and worksheets dry and boring. I've done this time period several times with other dc, so I already have great lists of books that I love to go along with the year. What I need are lots of hands-on activites, visual aids, and projects for my 7th grader (who is also dyslexic--very slow reader, terrible speller, no grammar skills but actually likes writing as long as some creative element is involved.) I also have SOTW vol. 3 that I'll probably be supplementing quite a bit with. Any blogs or websites that might help me make this time period interesting for her?
  6. Did you use Homeschool in the Woods Record of Time Timeline when you did VP History? How did you use it? Does anything tell WHEN to look for an event/person to place on the timeline? Or do you just place 'Card' events? Or did you do something else? Pam
  7. Can any one share feedback on Veritas Press or Landry's online Spanish classes?
  8. My DS is a humanities kid who tends to just love the snot out of history. Moreover, he loves reading literature and Great Books for history. His timeline knowledge is a bit rusty, though. Lots of cultural information, lots of Western Civ, not much chronology. I was a STEM major and am way out of my league on this stuff. We will be starting Spielvogel next year, so I have been looking into Omnibus and the variou curriculum there in. My kinesthetic, visual kid about hyperventilated in joy at the Internet ads. Anyone have any experience using these? Anything better out there that we might consider instead? For what it is worth, we are not a religious family (though I have an extensive Catholic background). My son openly realizes the value of knowing the Bible from all his reading. As a budding a Classics major, he is well aware of his need to not only know the books and names but also a good deal of chapter and verse. So the Biblical component is not a problem, but we do not have to use Biblical resources.
  9. I would love your help. There are no samples online, and I'm looking for more information on how these guides work. My rising 6th and 7th graders have done all 5 years of VP history, but are not ready for Omnibus. They would do okay understanding concepts, they just don't have the vocabulary or stamina for such difficult books. Would the transitions guide be helpful in that situation? Or is it just a simple history survey and their reading skill would need to be improved elsewhere? Thanks for any imput!
  10. I would like to try to organize a group buy for Veritas Press Self-Paced Online Primary courses. We need a minimum of 10 orders, but can take more than that. If you are interested, please send me the following info: Names of parents and students Full Address Phone Numbers Email Addresses Desired Courses and Start Dates You will send me the money and I will send it as a group to VP. I won't ask you to send me the money until we have the minimum needed. You will receive a code to enter when you register. The discount is $50 off of $199. We cannot mix the Primary with the Omnibus online to reach our ten. You can still get the sibling discount of 50% off after you use the coupon code for your first student. Also, the sibling discount can be for the Omnibus Online even if you are using the discount code for the Primary. I hope all that makes sense. This is my first time trying to organize one, but I was part of a group buy last year. I did a search to see if anyone was currently organizing one before I posted this, but I couldn't find any such thread. If one is already being organized, please let me know. Let me know if you have any questions. Tina
  11. 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 different ways to do this, besides what she mentioned. If there is not a book-swap co-op that anyone can tell me about, how could we use this site to get one started? (Sorry, I'm not real familiar with how to use forums and this is my first time on TWTM.) TOG shares similar resources with several other curr. such as VP, MFW, and Sonlight. It would not have to be a book-swap co-op specifically for TOG, just a general book-swap co-op. If anyone knows how to use this site to set one up or can recommend a way to set on up online via another site, I can put together policies/rules.
  12. Are there any group buys forming for the self-paced history? If not, I might be interested in forming one if there is sufficient interest.
  13. I'm looking to buy a set of timeline cards to accompany our history studies, and am wondering if anyone who has seen or used both of these might offer some comparisons between the two. Thanks for any info!
  14. I am simply try to ascertain the level of Douglas Wilson's involvement in Omnibus. Have there been changes? I would really appreciate your observations on this. It was a question that did come up in the thread on the general forum. In an attempt to not "throw the baby out with the bathwater" I would really like to have a better grasp on the depth his beliefs penetrate this program. Thanks! and it would be lovely if we could keep our thoughts about him on the other thread. ;)
  15. Hi everyone! I am new to classical education, and have been researching my curriculum options. Holy cow, I am overwhelmed!! My son is only 4, so I know that I have a while to decide, but I would like to have an idea of where we are heading. I also would like the option of being able to put him in a classical private school if we ever move to a town that has one. My first exposure to classical schooling was reading The Well Trained Mind, which I love, but I am also drawn to the idea of ordering a full curriculum that would have things like lesson plans, online support, and classes in the things that I am not strong in (calculus, chemistry etc.) Piecing my own curriculum together based on The Well Trained Mind seems a lot more daunting considering the fact that I did not have a classical education myself. At the same time, I am having a hard time getting the root of what the actual philosophies behind some the major curriculum options are. I don't want to get half way through and discover that they teach philosophies or beliefs that are very different than our families. One of the main curriculums that I am looking at is Veritas Press. It looks promising, but I am scared to commit, not knowing exactly what to expect. What I would really love is the inside scoop from those of you who are familiar with the program. What are they all about? What are the big differences between them and The Well Trained Mind? Is it worth the extra expense? If we encounter materials that aren't in line with our family's values, is there anyway to substitute something different, or are we stuck? The first thing I would be ordering is the Phonics Museum, so I would also love to hear thoughts on that. Right now we are using The Ordinary Parents Guide to Teaching Reading, and it seems to be working just fine for us so far, but I will have to track down some readers and worksheets soon, so I am trying to get an idea of what I want to do. Thanks for the help! Emily
  16. Has anyone seen this new book - hard cover, 448 pages, released November 23rd - by Veritas Press? It's a narrative which covers Creation through the Reformation. I think I must have it!!! Pages of History: Secrets of the Ancients - Volume 1 Thoughts? Opinions? Anyone? :bigear:
  17. Does anyone have any idea of how to see a sample of the VP lesson plans, that have the scripted lessons for parents to teach with. If anyone uses them, can they explain how much info and what they have in them? Are they worthwhile? Thanks in advance!
  18. Hello everyone, I have 4 children, grades 2nd - 6th. I am thinking ahead about starting Omnibus I in 2015 and hoping to gleam wisdom from all of your experiences. My questions are this: Having 3 younger students at the same time, will keeping up with the reading for me be doable? For those of you who also teach omnibus, do you, as the teacher, need to read all of the primary and secondary books? Before deciding on Omnibus, did you consider other programs like SL,HO, TOG, and why did you ultimately decide to move forward with Omni? Have you it been what you expected? Would you recommend buying the books early so that I have time to read through them? (remember I have 3 younger students also) Would you recommend going in order? Must I start with Omni I? I hear that some start with Omni II because the content is "easier". I am not sure what that means. Becasue I will be starting in 7th grade, could I take my time going through it and still finish it by the end of 12th grade? My husband and I are really impressed by what we have seen/heard about Omni so far and believe that it fits our family well. I just need to wrap my head around everything. I don't want to bite of more than I can chew. Thank you in advance for your help. Jackie
  19. I see that you start in 2nd and do an initial 5-year plan - this is sort of unusual. Can you really sustain a little one's interest in Old Test./Ancient Egypt for an entire school year? And then again the next, with just New Test./Greece and Rome? Then when you get to the upper grades it's two three-year cycles with a TON of reading packed in. Can anyone say why they do it this way? I really want to like their program - their reading lists are among the most comprehensive. But their cycle seems...weird. And hard to coordinate with another program. Like, I cannot start SL for the first two years, since I don't want to do the ancients with SL and then switch to VP again for two more years. I guess I could so SL's Core P3/4 for K and then Core A for 1st, but that seems like it might be a little slow paced for my DD. I don't know. VP's website is sort of uninformative... and I just realized they're not on the vendor list for my GHC this month, so I can't go look at their stuff. If anyone has time to help I'd appreciate! Also, I was wondering how detailed their lesson plans are - will I need to spend a ton of time planning? Thanks so much!
  20. Hi all! I was sold on TOG for our first year of HS in the fall but I was intrigued by the VP website. Their stuff for older grades looks great but how about the lower ones? They don't really describe their products online or give details about what's included. Anyone used it? I'm esp. curious about the Phonics museum. My daughter will be slightly advanced Kindergarten. Thanks if anyone has info or an opinion!
  21. Hello, I just bought the Veritas Press Phonics Museum Curriculum kit for kindergarten and first grade. I purchased a used bundle on ebay for a great price, however, it is missing the game pieces. I figure the game is a big part of the "fun factor" to the curriculum and I don't want to miss out on playing it with my kids. I did receive the game board, but no pawns or dice (not too worried about that), but what I am wanting are the game cards. Can anyone give me some help here? From what I can tell, the game cards are like sight word flash cards?? Since I cannot order these separately from VP, I was hoping someone here has them and could maybe take a picture or something so I could try to make my own? That would be super helpful. Any info you could give would be great, thank you!
  22. This is a new coupon opportunity from a great company! I just want to share that if you sign up you get a $5 coupon, and if you send this link to your friends you get $5 added for each friend who signs up! The limit is 30% savings! http://www.VeritasPress.com/launchrock.html?lrRef=qYq3R Enjoy! Tonya G.:grouphug:
  23. I saw this on facebook - http://www.facebook.com/veritaspress?sk=wall&filter=1 If you loved the self-paced history courses you'll be very happy to hear that they have it as one of their priorities to make self-paced omnibus! Maybe if we show them how high in demand it would be they would pick up the pace on developing them. ;)
  24. Could anyone tell me if it is possible to start VP Omnibus II online in January? Has anyone started mid-year before and how was it? Also, do they pro-rate the tuition? I am feeling a little anxious and VP doesn't reopen until after the new year. Thank you for your consideration! Heather
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