momto2Cs Posted January 12, 2011 Share Posted January 12, 2011 (edited) Background - My kids are two grades (and 21 months age-wise) apart. I have always combined them for history and science. However, because they have divergent interests and very different learning methods/levels, I am thinking of splitting them up for fall. My ds, who will be in 5th grade (eek!) is very capable of more independent study, while dd needs more hand-holding. I think they might also enjoy studies that are more targeted to their interests. I am thinking of putting together my own versions of WP's Sea & Sky for ds and Children Around the World for dd, and blending in science. How many of you split up your children's studies, or do you all combine to save on time? How well does it work for you to split them up, and how do you organize it all? I am just thinking here, and still pretty unsure. Thanks! Edited January 12, 2011 by momto2Cs Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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