mazakaal Posted January 17, 2011 Share Posted January 17, 2011 I've been using Apologia elementary series for the past several years. I had originally tried WTM suggestions and some other bits and pieces when my oldest two were younger, but everything seemed to flop until we found Apologia. The boys did pretty well with it, but I tended to steer away from the activities and experiments and did mostly reading and notebooking. It was fine - not spectacular, but it got the job done without too much complaining. My younger two don't seem to like it as much, though. So what would you suggest for a 2nd and 4th grader (thinking about next year). Dd did Astronomy last year and both are doing Botany this year, so I don't want to cover those topics again right away, but I'm pretty open to just about anything else. I'd like something that's all put together and even comes with all the bits and pieces I'd need for experiments, etc. Something colorful and fun. I'm a Christian, but the program doesn't have to be overtly Christian. But I also don't want something that is evolution-based, so secular physics or chemistry - fine, but probably not secular life science. Does what I'm looking for even exist? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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