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4/15/14 10:34 A

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For the most part, we "unschool." We don't follow a certain curriculum; we pick a subject each week (Inventions, The Far East, Frogs) and study all about that subject for the week, including history, geography, economics. The kids write reports and deliver them orally, with visual aids.

We use Bible Study Guide for All Ages for Bible, and "The Life of Fred" for math - it's by far the best I've ever seen!

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I am using K12. I know that is not homeschooling, but we were super tight on $$$$ and that helped us a lot. I am switching to a homeschool curriculum in the fall. Looking at Bob Jones but we will probably not be able to afford that....

homeschool curriculum sales will be my friend!!!

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Hi! We are in our 4th year of homeschooling and loving it. We have used Heart of Dakota and enjoyed it. Prairie Primer is what we used last year and part of the previous year. This year we switched to Robinson Curriculum, although different from the others is working well for us. It focuses on self teaching methods and they move through at their own pace. (I set minimum goals they have to accomplish but they are free to do more) It has been a Godsend for us as my husband suffered a major stroke this past spring and requires extra attention that he didn't in the past. (He is recovering great are blown away at his progress)! He keeps his therapists on their toes to stay ahead of him and set new goals for him. His Dr.'s He is relearning what he has lost using the very same materials the kids use. We use Saxon for Math.

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11/25/13 10:16 A

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Hello.

We use & enjoy My Father's World.
Loving their curriculum, based on Charlotte Mason's approach.
We intertwine it with Mathematical Reasoning workbook and lots of great books from the local library.
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We are in full swing and are using a variety of curriculums... I've got advanced 7th & 9th grade kiddos.

Math- Saxon Pre-Algebra & Saxon Algebra 2
Science- Apologia General Science & Apologia Biology 1
Language Arts- The Write Program, Year 2
Texas History- The Texas God Created
World Geography- SOS
Bible- anything and everything
Foreign Language- DD is in year two of American Sign Language
PE- TaeKwonDo (both getting ready to test for 2nd degree black belts)
Music- Lessons in Piano, Guitar and Advanced Handbells


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Are everyone getting ready to close down this school year and open a new school year for the Fall? I'm like a little kid when summer comes and I begin lesson planning for the Fall. I don't really set stuff in stone, just write down tons of ideas and bookmark fun sites as well as my pinterest addiction where I've really been bookmarking ideas for ds.

We are still loving and planning on using:
Math U See
Mystery of History (although this year ds showed and interest in trying the audio version)
Apologia Science (General Science this year)

and this year, we will try a new adventure of Switched on Schoolhouse Language Arts.

Hugs to all. Drop in and share if you ever get a moment.


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3/18/13 3:50 P

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I finally found some computer disks that the children enjoy.

We are currently on this one:

Elementary Advantage 2011

(all children are about to move on to the middle school one)

Middle School Advantage 2012 AMR

I bought both of Amazon.com and use these as a reward when the children complete more of their work. they teach through games and have levels to increase. I do not think they are becoming geniuses by using these but every bit helps right?

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2/28/13 10:16 A

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All manner of curriculum. Love Mystery of History, Picture Smart Bible, Hooked on Phonics, The New Reading Hebrew, ABeka Math, Apologia Science, Handwriting without Tears, to name a few. emoticon

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History Alive by Diana Waring is incredible! It is the main bulk of what we do. It covers bible, history, geography, some science, art, music.

Life of Fred for math (along with some ipad apps)

Spelling Wisdom

Free grammar workbooks online...I forget the name

Science: "God Created" workbook series by Snellenberger along with other science books

We have other subjects but they don't involve specific workbooks, curriculum and such.

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Oh how cool~! We are going to try Lifepac this year as well! But we're also going to Growing with Grammar.

I am truly hoping God will open another door for us. It really isn't mandatory ds continue violin, but it is something he enjoys doing. Last night I remembered a local college offers homeschool classes. So I checked to see if they offer music lessons. I've received a contact name and email. I'm waiting for a response. Depending on the cost of course, the location is most certainly closer to our home, which would be nice.

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We are going to try the Alpha Omega Lifepac for English this year. Hopefully it will be what I've been looking for. Before this, we've been very eclectic with McMillian McGraw Hill for the Grammar and Reading and then Bob Jones for Spelling. Felt like we needed something all together and a big bigger now that we are in middle school and hoping to find something wonderful that will follow through high school. Hate Changes! LOL!

Hugs and prayers over the violin. When one door closes often times the next door that is opened is ever greater than we could have imagined.

Off to enjoy a do nothing day and read a book. I never ever ever get one of these and I'm going to try to make it happen.


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Thank you so much for your prayers Faylei. Today was a little overwhelming with just lots of little things. Of course the whole summer has been that way (though my car was a huge thing). I received an email from my ds's violin instructor regarding a price increase. It's not huge, but with all the money I spent on my car, we just do not have the extra money to spare. Ds and I are a little sad, but there were other reasons I was thinking it was time to move on and this was sort of the deciding factor. =/

A new homeschool co-op teacher was in touch with me today, because I posted online regarding the VTI Math program. They offer a lot of great classes and would be less expensive than the violin. He may get to take chemistry this fall and if not this year, then next year.

I figure if God wants ds to continue with violin, I'll find an instructor I can afford, closer to our home, and doesn't get frustrated with him for practicing ahead.

I did review more of MUS. It does look good and affordable! My dd said she still has her college calculus book too, so ds can also use that. =)

What will you use for English this year?

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I would just find his starting place and then let him run with it and see how far he makes it. He may far surpass even calculus. Ds is on the last half of Zeta right now and then on to pre algebra. Most chapters we do the chapter A, C and then Test. If he has a tough time with something then we will throw in B. I just love it. Of course though we've only ever done MUS and have not done anything else since we started in 2nd grade. I know several kids of friends who went the MUS route and went on to a local university with no trouble in math so I feel it will be fine for us in that aspect as well. Big hugs....Will say a little prayer God leads you to the perfect path for you. We're doing a new English this year. That's where I find it hard to find something.


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Faylei, we bought MUS for the first time last year. I like the concept, but ds had already had an introduction to the level we bought and I think it was a waste. (Honestly I should have gone with my gut feeling instead of buying what I was told to buy and bought what I felt was the level ds was at.) So I bought Delta, Epsilon, and Zeta used. Some of these are also review for ds, but at least I didn't buy them new. The college ds wants to attend strongly recommends at least one year of high school calculus. Something a contact person at the VideoText said isn't necessary. That concerns me. Was he ignorant of this? Perhaps. Or was he telling me this because this program doesn't offer calculus and he wants my money? perhaps. Either way, I'm concerned and it has turned me off a bit.
I like the format of MUS, it has all the math ds will need and the prices aren't crazy expensive. This may be the direction we go. =)

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Sorry, not here. Math U See.


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8/1/12 2:29 A

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Has anyone used Videotext Interactive Math? and what are your thoughts/experience on/with it?

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6/19/12 12:54 P

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I've used Wordly Wise - just one year for 7th grade (I think, I can't quite remember). I wasn't crazy about it. I like better Vocabulary from Classical Roots. I use it as a supplement, not as a stand alone. I liked that the Classical Roots gave word origin, tied in to the Latin/Greek, etc. This year we are using stuff from www.simplycharlottemason.com for Spelling and Analytical Grammar. I think I am going to REALLY like the Analytical Grammar. It gives good "meat" but it strives to do it in the least amount of time necessary. It focuses on getting the basics done and teaching how to recognize those things throughout all the other reading and writing that is done in the other subjects.


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Thanks Shirley for posting and sorry Mel haven't tried wordly wise or use a Latin/Greek.



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Is anyone familiar with Worldly Wise?
Or have a suggestion for curriculum on Greek/Latin roots?

Thanks.

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I've not heard of KONOS. Thank you for posting.

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We use KONOS - have done for going on 6 years now and love it. I have recently used the author - Jessica Hulcey's Homeschoolmentor which is a great tool for moms to get an idea on how to teach their children.

We use Math-u-see for our math program. I love that we can just keep watching Steve Demme's lessons until we 'get it', and Llatl (Learning Language Arts Through Literature) for our Grammar and literature etc..

Every now and then we will download a unit study from Currclick as an interest arises. For example, my 14 year old is mad about horses and wanted to learn more about their anatomy, care, breeds etc so I purchased a 'Hands of a Child' horse unit. She is loving it!

Science - Apologia
Health/PE -my own
Bible - Reading Acts at the moment and learning about the early church

and lots of reading of good living books!

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4/5/12 12:47 P

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I'm on the homeschool lounge (THL). I have made a lot of penpals turned to friends on this site. =)



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Awesome ladies! Thanks. emoticon


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Our Homeschool moms shared this and I thought I would share these links:

Foreign language:

Foreign Language Learning Software for Children | Foreign Language ...

http://foreignlanguagefriends.com/
Foreign Language Friends is a online software tool designed to teach a foreign languageto young children through full immersion. Our theme-based, rich media approach .

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http://www.tellmemore.com/
Online foreign language courses and CD-ROM software for learning a second language. English learning software, Spanish learning software, French learning software ...

powerspeaKą˛

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Turn language learning into an adventure without leaving your home or classroom.

Official Rosetta Stone® - New Languages Take You Places.

http://www.rosettastone.com/
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Berlitz Publishing - Home

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The market leader in language and travel-related products, Berlitz Publishing offers language-learning courses for beginners to advanced students and travel guides ...




Elementary Education:



Elementary Advantage 2012 | Encore | Official Site

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Give your child an Advantage in school and for a lifetime. ... Help your child build a solid academic foundation with Elementary Advantage, a .w..

Resources:

worksheets:
Beestar.org - Math and Reading for Kids

http://beestar.org/
Math, Reading, and English Language Arts exercises for school kids

IXL - Math practice

http://www.ixl.com/math/grades
IXL offers thousands of online practice skills covering pre-K to algebra, with problems that adapt to a student's individual proficiency.

ALEKS -- Assessment and Learning, K-12, Higher Education ...

http://www.aleks.com/
Increase student performance and retention with individualized assessment and learning. Take control of your classroom, and save time with ALEKS' powerful learning ...

Khan Academy

http://www.khanacademy.org/
Khan Academy is on a mission to provide a free world-class education to anyone anywhere. With over 2,600 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics ...

Science Videos and Experiments by Robert Krampf, The Happy Scientist

http://thehappyscientist.com/
Robert Krampf's library of science videos and experiments, dedicated to showing people that science can be interesting and understandable.

The Homeschool Lounge

http://www.thehomeschoollounge.com/
The premier online community for homeschool moms! Find encouragement and support for the journey! Forum, reviews, chat, groups & more!


Purchasing curriculum:

Homeschool Curriculum and Affordable Homeschooling Programs ...

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Homeschool curriculum is affordable at Homeschool Buyers Co-op because we negotiate volume discounts for homeschooling curriculum and programs. Join today – it’s ...

WHERE TEACHERS BUY, SELL AND SHARE ORIGINAL TEACHING RESOURCES

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/
TeachersPayTeachers.com -- 160,000 free and priced teacher-created materials for download including lesson plans, unit plans, novel studies, worksheets, printables ...

The Homeschool Lounge

http://www.thehomeschoollounge.com/
The premier online community for homeschool moms! Find encouragement and support for the journey! Forum, reviews, chat, groups & more!


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4/4/12 5:37 P

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I need to add:

Tricky Grammar by Carson-Dellosa Publishing ISBN: 978-1-936024-25-4

I had picked this up months ago when I was looking for something else. The book coverens parts of speech, word study, grammar usage, grammar and writing, and punctuation. Each page has a "critter" giving information about the topic of study. Each problem gives information about facts, not just ridiculous unimportant problems.

ie. Did you (hear, hears) that there was once water on the planet Mars?
People once thought that (a, an) tomato was poisonous.

then at the bottom of each page are either; Science, History, or fun Factoid or a joke break. =) We both enjoy this book. I can't believe I forgot to mention it before.

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Tasha- Thank you so much for sharing. I think this area will allow us all to see easier, who uses what in case we have questions for another experienced mom on a certain curriculum. emoticon


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I have always used Abeka for my daughter - she is 10 and in 4th grade. She really likes it and does well with it. My son, is 7 and in 2nd grade, and doesn't do well with such a structured curriculum. He thinks outside of the box, has lots of questions, and is very into details :) I use Core Skills from Harcourt Press - it's about 1 page a day for each subject and he's learning well and it's very manageable. We are members of a co-op and they each have art there, and we play outside alot for P.E. For our Bible, we are active in church and read a kid's devo at home.

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Will do. I do believe that I will order both of those and give it a try next year.


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We just bought Lifepac 4th grade Lang. Arts. We haven't done enough of it to make an absolute opinion yet. I liked part of the first lesson. Philology. It's a yummy word. LOL
Let me know if you get the Bible study part. I'd like feedback on it. =)

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Has anyone used LifePac Language Arts or Bible? Ds is going into 6th grade and I'm checking those out.


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I agree this is great for q's n answers and we will have it here for future folks to read.

Melody - We buy the write in types sometimes but this one says spelling but has you write in the answers. They are more of a workbook.

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Enjoy everyone sharing in here. THanks! I think it helps give us ideas to look into and a place or person to ask questions of as well.


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Chris, we've used Spectrum Reading as well. They are very good. I think we've used Spelling Skills, but I'm not sure. Is that Spell & Write? Or something different?

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We shop for issues that each child is having at the time.

For example:

My children needed help with spelling and my daughter needed

help on reading so we researched and picked up :

Spelling Skills (different grades) by Harcourt Family Learning and

Spectrum Reading (www.carsondellosa.com)

For core work we use complete Curriculum (different grades) by Harcourt Family Learning.

We use The Bible Story Books set to help the children with Bible and then Sabbath

school(sunday school) each week as well. My wife and I try to make our school

around the child's grade requirements and personal needs.

We also do trips 5 to 10 times a year to our local community and parks for learning

as well as print off things from the internet.

My children have fun at a free local Karate class every tuesday and the local parks

every week or so as well.

Home Schooling is a way of life for us after 8 years and we do not think anything of it.

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We just started homeschooling and are still figuring out what we like and don't like.
So far: We love Time4Learning
Spelling City
Music: he receives piano lessons
Gym: I create my own, involve him in sports, or we join a coop gym class

So far we have discovered we do not like ABEKA curriculum. Its just not a good fit for us and we will be switching over to ACE.



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currently using Sonlight. We switched out the spelling for Soaring with Spelling instead of Sequential Spelling. Horizons and MUS Math.
I'm currently looking into Bible Study, but ds was just invited to join the Bible Quizzing team at our church, so that may take care of that.
Spanish and Organic Chemistry were/are with co-op.

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What curriculum do you use and enjoy? Please share and for what ages. Thanks. I would love to hear everyone's curriculum. Please list your computer program/typing, bible study, etc. if you use those as well.

I have an 11 yr old in 5th grade.
Mystery of History
Math U See
Apologia Science
Bob Jones Spelling
Macmillan McGraw Hill Language Arts/Reading
Health/ PE - I just create my own


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