littleWMN Posted January 12, 2011 Share Posted January 12, 2011 Which would you choose? The following plan is doable at home. Not as loosey/goosey/fun as it could be but that's where we are losing focus (three ADHD'ers in my household - ME being one of them). We could spend a little more money for things like a good microscope, etc. The reason for considering private school is this: I have a chronic disease that makes me tired, sometimes way more than others. This is one of those times. Besides these two students, I have one in public school (with special needs) and an infant. Private school isn't our first choice, and it's quite expensive and would need to be a short-term fix before we could bring them back home. Tuition is high. We are just thinking of what we need to do to help me survive this downhill slope in my health and not lost relationships (by nagging about school). Older DD has been using CLE math and has been begging for more Light Units... so we thought we might give this a try. She seems to like knowing when to start and when to stop. Am I missing anything? If it were bt this and private school, what would you choose? For a 5th and 1st grader, laid out like this: 5th: BSGFAA CLE Math CLE LA CLE Reading (with lots of reading good books for fun) CLE Social Studies Rosetta Stone Spanish EFRU Hands-on Science with mom (lots of kits) Piano Soccer 1st: BSGFAA CLE Math/math games CLE LA/Phonics Pathways/Time4Learning CLE Social Studies Hands-on Science with mom (lots of kits) Acting/Drama They'll be in a co-op that covers writing, geography, Bible, art, music, and also a separate science co-op. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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