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I'm seeing many different Killgallon books for elementary and was wondering which ones are the best.  I see:

-Story Grammar for Elementary School
-Getting Starting with Elementary School Sentence Composing
-Sentence Composing for Elementary School
-Paragraphs for Elementary School

Where do you start?  Are they all good or are some better than others?  What is the strength of this curriculum?  Do you use them as a supplement or as a complete curriculum? Thanks!

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This is one of my favorite Killgallon threads; I think it'll answer some of your questions.

There was a recent thread, too, where someone asked about using it as a main curriculum or supplement, and most people responding said "supplement."

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1 hour ago, domestic_engineer said:

This is one of my favorite Killgallon threads; I think it'll answer some of your questions.

There was a recent thread, too, where someone asked about using it as a main curriculum or supplement, and most people responding said "supplement."

This is awesome!  Thank you for posting this!

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1 hour ago, freesia said:

I can't see it on the link that you posted.

You have to pick a particular book, and then it’s a choice. Not every single book has one, but most do. Here’s a screenshot from Nonfiction for Elementary School. 

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5 minutes ago, stripe said:

You have to pick a particular book, and then it’s a choice. Not every single book has one, but most do. Here’s a screenshot from Nonfiction for Elementary School. 

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Thanks.  I guess I chose one without it. I'll look at the other book I have.

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Do anyone know the difference between Getting Started with Elementary School Sentence Composing & Sentence Composing for Elementary School?

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