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  1. Hi All, I'm a first-time homeschooling mom. I have a rising 4th grader who struggles a lot in the writing department. I saw the author's YT video talking about WWE and love the idea behind this program and how it was designed to help kids who can read but can't necessarily put down their thoughts on paper as easily or answer comprehension questions. My issue is, he should technically be in book 4 but because he struggles so much should I just put him in level 1? Since it's designed for younger students, and has shorter work, maybe he can do a couple of lessons in a day and try to breeze t
  2. Time Left: 8 days and 11 hours

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  4. I am working on plans for my DD who will be starting 1st grade soon. I am planning on using Memoria Press for a lot of it. However, I am questioning if I should add WWE 1 and FLL1. I really liked using those with my older kids and am questioning if there is enough of that covered in MP curriculum. I am also wondering if the overall load is to much. Take a look and at what I am planning and give me your honest opinions. Thanks! WW1 FLL1 Memoria Press Phonics and new Traditional spelling MP Lit (1st grade level) MP copybook MP recitations MP enrichment/ crafts Rod and Staff math 1 SO
  5. Hi all, While supplies last, we're offering VERY LIGHTLY scratched/scuffed books from Well-Trained Mind Press for 60% off the cover price! We have The Story of the World (activity books, textbooks, and tests), First Language Lessons, Writing With Ease, Writing With Skill, The Creative Writer, Telling God's Story, and many more. These books (which, honestly, aren't very scratched, and just look like they'll look once your children have them for a few weeks anyway) are only available through our office, not our website, so call 1.877.322.3445 to find out what's available and to make your purc
  6. 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
  7. Has anyone used these together? I thought I had decided on FLL & WWE for next year but after finding a thread comparing PLL & FLL I think I want to use PLL/ILL (workbook style from Living Books Curric.). So now I am wondering what do I need to add to PLL/ILL to make a complete LA program? Do I still go w/ WWE? I am planning for my 2nd & 5th graders. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
  8. My Grade 4 student is a boy. He turned 10 in January. He does not spell well. We started Spelling Power this year and he is on Level A. He is reading beginner chapter books. He does oral narrations and I write them down. He then reads these aloud. He is doing First Language Lessons 3. FLL 3 is a perfect fit for his level. It works quite well for him. I did not start WWE this year because I figured (correctly) that we needed to see how he would handle FLL 3 first. I am imagining that he will be working through the tail end of FLL 3 by the beginning of our "official" start of the scho
  9. I was thinking I'd use both R&S and WWE next year for DS who will be in 2nd grade. Is this okay? Or would it be overkill? If someone else implements both, how do you schedule it? Do you do them together or as entirely different subjects? Thanks
  10. I am looking at using WWE4 for use with a middle schooler that is way behind in writing skills. My questions are these: - what skills are covered in this? Narration, dictation, what else? Does it go into any writing summaries or doing outlines? - do I need to buy the WWE book? Or, can I just buy the WWE4 workbook? - would this seem too babyish for a 14 year old? Thanks for any help you can give me with this. Tami
  11. I am looking to get this for my first grader, but don't understand what I need - the student pdf pages and Instructor's Manual - I thought that was it - but then I noticed a Workbook 1??? And info in there seems to be the same as in the Instruuctor's Manual? Please help - whoever can make sense of what I wrote...
  12. I know this question has been raised in various forms before on this forum. I'm hoping for some advice or encouragement on this. Last year we used WWE 2 and postponed FLL. This year we added FLL and love it. But now I'm having trouble motivating myself to fit WWE in. I use the workbook so it's not difficult to prepare at all. I love WWE and want to continue - but It would help me hear the practical benefits of using both FLL and WWE - for level 3 in particular. Has anyone just abandoned WWE and done the optional writing in FLL?
  13. Is Volume 2 a book for logic stage writing? If so, do you have any time frame (like say, in the next four years, as ds is starting 5th grade next year :)) for when you hope this will be published? How about Volume 3 (rhetoric? publication timeframe?)? Did you mention elsewhere that the series is based on your writing CD? I took extensive notes on that CD (just in grammar stage so far - it was a learning curve for me!) and I'm wondering if the books would expand on what you talk about on the CD. If so, how? Finally, would you recommend your writing book series in ADDITION to R&
  14. I am trying to select a writing program for ds(7) and can't decide between Writing Strands 2 or Writing With Ease. I like Writing Strands because it seems to cover all types of writing, and it seems like WWE does a large amount of copywork. Does WWE cover all types of writing, also? Any reviews of either of these would be appreciated. Thanks. Christine
  15. Ok, I have gone through the new (love it btw) TWTM book and see that Rod and Staff is still the highest recomended Grammar/Writing program. I am doing FLL4 in the fall, but will be done at Christmas. My girls are 10 and 11 so they can go through it pretty quickly. I wanted to use WT 1 and 2 with them after that along with the diagraming and outlining recomendations for the logic stage. After using WT1 with my oldest this year I saw the "holes" in our language arts so I got FLL 3 and 4 and now going through WWE 1-4 as review. all that being said, where do you think I should start them in R
  16. I have been looking into the WWE and FLL for my soon to be 3rd grader. I realized that she had no concept of how to write when this past Friday she was required to write a short story about Jesus using some prompting words. Anyway, she sat there dumbfounded and near tears. I was near tears myself seeing her little face soooooo sad looking :crying:! On to the question: Is is really necessary to buy the student workbook for WWE? I want to have her start reading from the classics and want to use these instead. I think I can come up with some comprehensive questions since we do this already
  17. Hello, I was wondering if anyone has used the new Writing With Ease program yet and if they have, what they thought. I have used the First Language Lessons 1-3. Do I need to use this new program or does it cover they same things in First Language Lessons? I am getting ready to order for next year, so any input would be wonderful! Thanks
  18. I am tossing up between these two writing programs. I am thinking that WWE might be a gentler way to start? My kids claim to like writing, but when it comes to the crunch they don't like to do it. They have trouble thinking of a topic to write about, so I'd hate something along the lines of 'write about your weekend'. We already do a daily dictation (just the first sentence that pops into my mind) and I make them give me a narration of the books we read. Would WWE just formalize what we already do rather than give us something new? Can someone please compare these two for me? Help me de
  19. Hi, I'm coming out of lurkdom to make my first Hive post. :) We currently use PLL (Serl) w/ my 8yo and wanted to move toward something a little more substantial next year. If it matters, she's behind the curve on LA, as she's still getting some phonics lessons in the LA mix. Next year, she'll be using IEW through our CC group, but it seems so overwhelming for me. I'm debating on using something else at home and just having her do the minimum of IEW exercises for CC. Is there anything else you just love that you think I should look into? TIA for any input you can provide.
  20. What are you using/planning to use? My ds is finishing the LLATL Blue book soon and is also about half-way through ETC book 3. I am just kind of dangling on where to go from here. I won't stop ETC because it does work so well for him. But what should I use with it? I am not sure I want to continue with LLATL much past the red book...but is it even worth it to use the red book if I am pretty sure I won't stick with the program? I looked at CLE and my oldest is in the process of switching to it, but I feel like my ds5 is between levels in it. Is there anything great and wonderful to follow L
  21. What age and grade do you think it is best for? How does it go (or where does it go) along with/inbetween other LA programs? I plan to use FLL as long as I can... (that's 4 I guess) and WWE plus we will start IEW and AG at some point (I was thinking WT first). Is the grammar knowlege and the writing knowlege unbalanced compared to FLL and WWE? (DC are expected to have more writing skills/ less grammar than FLL and WWE have) We have officially started 1st grade. We are starting WWE 1 and have already been doing FLL 1 and DD is doing very well. Easy Peasy. The informal stuff we did in K must
  22. Why? And what age and grade do you think it is best for? How does it go (or where does it go) along with/inbetween other LA programs? I plan to use FLL as long as I can... (that's 4 I guess) and WWE plus we will start IEW at some point (I was thinking WT first). TIA!
  23. I went ahead and bought the TM for WWE to decide where to place Becca next year. I'm thinking she could easily go into level 2 now - a lot of these skills seem to be covered well between doing SOTW with questions and narration and doing FLL2. She's already reading SOTW passages independently (out loud to me) before doing the review work, as is done in WWE 3. I have no desire to push her to the next developmental level in writing (i.e., outlining/creative writing) before she's ready. On the other hand, I don't want to bore her or waste our time by doing a writing program that just goes o
  24. We began using WWE 2 about 2 months ago. I wasn't entirely happy with it but only because it bothered me to be using snippets of literature from books we hadn't read. Still I liked the approach and was tired of hearing my son declare he hated writing. I also didn't want to get the workbook but knew I just didn't have the time to do the "in between weeks" on my own We've really enjoyed the method and his writing endurance, copywork, dictation skills and narration skills have all greatly improved. However, the snippets have had a wonderful benefit as well. Every time we finish a week (e
  25. We have just started with FLL and want to get the WWE workbooks also. Should the WWE workbooks correspond with the same level in FLL? Or is it recommended to start with the WWE Level 1 Workbook regardless of age with no previous narration or dictation experience? My ds will just be turning 8 in a few weeks. We are doing a quick review of FLL 1 and then moving on to FLL 2. I'm not sure I if should start him in the 1st or 2nd workbook. Blessings, Robbie
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