Nakia Posted March 5, 2012 Share Posted March 5, 2012 A history and literature curriculum that: I can easily combine all of my girls into one period of history (will be ancients next year) history that can be done easily in 3 days instead of spread over 5 interesting spines (not textbooks or just encyclopedias) and lots of great living books grouped by reading level something structured but it doesn't have to be necessarily rigidly schedule, if that makes sense (I do need hand-holding though) discussion questions, maps/geography, some activities (but not an overwhelming number) that I can pick and choose from I'm sure there's something else that I can't think of right now. Does it exist? The ones I am looking at are TOG, Biblioplan, and SL (which we've used for 2 years now), but I'm open to other recommendations. I also spent some time looking at MOH and SOTW to see if I can schedule it on my own and pick readers, but I honestly want to buy something where that part is done for me. I just don't think I can do it on my own. Oh, MFW and HOD are out of the question. I think I need a homeschool consultant. :lol: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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