FlockOfSillies Posted March 8, 2008 Share Posted March 8, 2008 We've used SOTW all the way through, and now I'm looking into the second go-round for my oldest, who LOVES history, along with my rising 1st grader and kindergartner. I'm planning to use SOTW as my spine again, but I'm thinking that I may need to have a scheduled program to coordinate the supplemental reading (which we never seem to do enough of). OTOH, this year I basically handed my dd SOTW, had her read it all the way through, and I've begun going back through the book via the AG. (I cannot believe how much she remembered about the Civil War!) If I continue with this method, I don't see how I can use a scheduled curriculum, unless I have dd complete a first reading of SOTW before the school year starts. At any rate, I'm still considering my options. I've looked at TOG recently, along with MOH and HO. It's been a while since I looked at Biblioplan. Of course, I could just stick with SOTW w/ AG only. What would you use if: a) you want SOTW w/ AG to be your spine, b) you have kids the same age as mine, c) you're an "open and go"/"do the next thing" kind of person, d) you use a separate writing/grammar program (I'll be using Writing with Ease and FLL) TIA! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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