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My children are 8, 10, and 12. We've been homeschooling for a few years but have been following a more traditional writing curriculum. It drives me crazy because it's clear that an 8 year old isn't ready to write compare/contrast essays and persuasive essays. After doing some research, I cam across WWE and all kinds of bells started going off. My question is about moving them into this kind of curriculum without setting them all behind. I can't, clearly, spend the next three years practicing narration and dictation with my 12 year old. I bought a copy of WWS 1 (which is amazing), but she's not ready for that either (mainly because much of it seems to assume a progression out of WWE). Would anyone care to offer some suggestions about working them into this methodology at these ages (I'm not as much worried about my 8 year old ... but the older kids). Thanks so much!
Hi y'all, We just received a truckload of our own books that can't be sold in bookstores, since they have tiny dings, bends, or scratches on them (the content is unaffected). So we're selling them for 60% off the cover price. Writing With Ease, Story of the World, First Language Lessons, Writing With Skill, The Top-Secret Guide to Getting Your In-Laws to Stop Nagging You About Your Homeschooling Choices, and more! Ok, one of those may have been a joke. The books are at our office, not our warehouse, so you'll need to purchase them by phone. Call 1.877.322.3445 to find out what's available, and to buy! Justin from Peace Hill Press
We have been faithfully following Writing With Ease and my 6yo is almost done with the first book. She has excelled with the book, she has learned to copy very well! At her best, her handwriting looks phenomenal! I am also very excited about her ability to recall information from reading. She regularly remembers and recalls more than me in life; she remembers so many details, words. It's great!! BUT When she writes original content she is not that fabulous. She is on par with an average or below average 1st grader according to what I can tell by looking at other first graders' work! This is bothering me SO MUCH! My intention is to keep my kids at the same academic level (hopefully better) as what they would be experiencing in schools. NOT OK Please share you experiences with the WWE and WWS books. Does it all come out ok in the end? Are there cases where it hasn't come out ok? I mean, my daughter is NOT on track to be spitting out a 5 paragraph essay in a year or two like the school kids will probably be doing!?