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I was wondering if any users could give a little more info about this program. What would a typical day look like? I like the idea of all the literature and games but there aren't any samples to be found. Also, could it be used if you a Christian but not Catholic

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I used this back when I was Roman Catholic (we are Eastern Orthodox now) and it is very Catholic lots of saints activities (though common ones like Sts. Pat and Val) and some specifically Roman Catholic activities like Sacred heart and Rosary. There is a lot of general stuff too like fire safety and baby farm animals.

 

 

It was cute but we rarely used it. For me the draw back was more that its really prep intensive- lots of copying coloring cutting for mom,lots of specific searches at the library. Not a big deal when my oldest was a preschooler if you have more than one kiddo it could be overwhelming.

 

Hope that helps.

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I was wondering if any users could give a little more info about this program. What would a typical day look like? I like the idea of all the literature and games but there aren't any samples to be found. Also, could it be used if you a Christian but not Catholic

Thanks:)

You are welcome to look at my review at www.amazon.com

We LOVED this curriuclum!

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I got this recently and I've found that I really, really like it so far. Then again we are in the honeymoon period still. :001_smile:

 

My brand new three year old is advanced in math and early reading so I bought a few other things that I thought we would work on but he is still so little and toddlerish in mannerisms and physical dexterity that Little Saints has really shown to be a much better fit for us. I like that all the activities are hands on and fun, I don't mind the prep work so much (but then again I prepped for a full six weeks with printing and cutting out and filed the stuff so I could just pull and go without much effort) and most of the books we have or are easy to find at our parish library.

 

For the price you get a lot, lot, lot. Also, the curriculum is set up for a 3 day week which for us is perfect b/c he has swimming lessons one morning and I need an errand morning as well. It is just enough.

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