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  • v TAREN584
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    2798 days ago
  • v AEROGIRL1594
    Thank you so much for the support on my blog, I really appreciate it! I love that quote as well, I think I am going to put it up on my wall as a constant reminder! If you ever need anything don't hesitate to ask!
    xoxo,
    Emma
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    2816 days ago
  • v AEROGIRL1594
    Thank you so much for the support on my blog, I really appreciate it! I love that quote as well, I think I am going to put it up on my wall as a constant reminder! If you ever need anything don't hesitate to ask!
    xoxo,
    Emma
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    2816 days ago
  • v TERRIEHICKS
    Thank you for taking the time to read and comment on my blogs! Your support means a lot ti me!!!
    Turbo Jam is actually a step below TurboFire but they are along the same lines! I love TurboFire! I could never give it up!
    ~Terrie
    2819 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/14/2013 12:03:50 AM
  • v COUNTRYLUVNMAMA
    This year, instead of Abeka for history, we're doing a curriculum called Notgrass. On the surface, it's a history book, but the lessons incorporate History, Writing (lots of that!), Literature, and Bible. The Literature is more traditional. For example, DD read The Scarlet Letter this fall and will be reading Uncle Tom's Cabin this month. And the History makes use of original source material (not always reading ABOUT the Constitution, but actually READING the Constitution). That kind of thing. It takes longer per day because you have actually 4 classes being taught in one sitting and a bunch of writing/research assignments, but DD is really liking it. We had a GREAT conversation this morning about the popular vote vs the Electorial College. :-) So, I might even give her a Government credit by the time we're done with this! LOL

    For Science we use Apologia. We used Abeka in the younger years, but once the kids hit 9th grade, we switched them over to this. I wouldn't suggest any other Science curriculum! Wonderful stuff written TO THE STUDENT so they understand. And for Math we're using Teaching Textbooks. We have used Saxon, but once they changed their format (probably 5-6 years ago now) and moved away from the homeschooling community and started catering to the public school way of teaching, we noticed the difference and found TT to be more to our liking.

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    Laurie
    2824 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/8/2013 5:29:57 PM
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