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How big of a jump is it from IEW Level A to B?


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We did Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales this year and are loving it (still in Unit 5 right now). Next year my daughter will do Level B- Medieval Writing Lessons at our CC group. I'm wondering what kind of changes it will have (besides the vocab cards) and how much more time it takes in comparison. I'd say we spend about 20 minutes a day on it unless she is writing her rough draft for a story and then she writes longer. I'm assuming since she is already familiar with the structures and some of the stylistic techniques that she will have an easier time than if she hadn't done IEW this year.


I'm also trying to turn a lot of things into one room schoolhouse style for next year and even though I think I could figure out how to do that I can't help but be drawn to the Bible Heroes book for my 1st grader next year and All Things Fun and Fascinating for my 3rd grader. But then sometimes I wonder if I really want to do 3 IEW books!


Any advice one way or the other?

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