eloquacious Posted January 14, 2012 Share Posted January 14, 2012 I would like to buy some workbooks for my son to complete. I have a gajillion printable curricula (Raising Rock Stars Preschool/Kindergarten, COAH's Letter of the Week, etc.) but I would like to have something nice and bound that I don't have to print. I'm tired of printing and putting things in binders, and frankly I'd like to be able to look back and see how far my son has come. We were going to do cursive first. I still believe it a superior way to teach writing, but my husband is determined that my sons will be going to the classical charter schools in our area, and they teach a Spalding spin-off (Riggs) which means they'll be learning Spalding handwriting. Given that, I'd like to prepare him and not confuse him utterly - so I am looking for a traditional manuscript pre-K program, and I'm a little torn between the Kumon workbooks and HWOT's new "My First School Book," the successor to "Get Set for School". Does anyone have experience with both that would care to comment? I love Amazon's shipping, so I admit I'm tempted more by the Kumon books, but I'm willing to entertain alternatives. :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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