Omma Posted July 5, 2012 Share Posted July 5, 2012 For us, it's been IEW. I first bought it when my dc were in 4th and 3rd grade and it just didn't seem to work for them (or for me). What an expensive, embarassing waste I thought at the time. Maybe I should just turn around and resell it, even at a loss?!! Well, we kept it and now I am so glad. My dc have just finished 6th and 5th grade and we are using it for some much needed writing workshops this summer, and 'I get it' now, and so do they! It is a tool that is presently working wonders in our homeschool!!! In addition, we didn't use WWE as much as I could have in the earlier grades, but we are using WWS now this summer (as well) and it is all coming together. I just needed my kids to be a bit older to be ready for all this writing. Perhaps there are others out there that are so glad they didn't sell/get rid of curriculum that they didn't think was a good fit at the time, but that actually just needed to 'ripen' a bit in order to be a good fit for all! I just wanted to encourage others to hold off (perhaps) on selling certain items until you know your family has outgrown them, as you never know when you might change your mind and wish you still had that curriculum item still hanging around!!! Blessings, Brenda Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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