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  • Re: Three months left in school

    Hi Beverly, Sometimes when a child is only familiar with the traditional school setting, he/she may need some time to allow for the transition into homeschooling. This may be a great time to allow for some de-schooling. Allow for your daughter to be a part of the process in determining what direction...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by hsiamy on 03-10-2008
  • Re: Language Arts Please!!!

    AVKO (Audio, Visual, Kinesthetic,Oral) offers a nice LA curric. It uses a multi-sensory approach to learning and addresses all learning styles and abilities. Choosing something like this will help to address each of your children's indiv. learning styles. You can find AVKO products in the HSI shop...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by hsiamy on 03-10-2008
  • Re: new to homeschooling in kansas city missouri

    Also check out Not only do they have discounts on curricula but they also maintain a list of free curricula on the site.
    Posted to Getting Started (Forum) by dragonpony on 03-09-2008
  • Exploring the Homeschooling Option

    I have 3 children but the oldest is having problems in school. I have been considering homeschooling him for the last few months and am not sure where to start. I live in Western Montana and I am not finding alot of support. Does anyone have any support, guidence, anything. I would appreciate any and...
    Posted to Getting Started (Forum) by ladyannoyu on 02-29-2008
  • Re: Just starting a scary adventure!

    I have been homeschooling my 3 previously Catholic and 'public schooled kids for the last 7 months. Even though this is our first year, I know the kids have learned more, read more and enjoyed learning far more than they ever did in school. Aside from the learning, and maybe more importantly, we...
    Posted to Getting Started (Forum) by mmandkids on 02-27-2008
  • Re: new to homeschooling in kansas city missouri

    Wendy, Yes, this wold be a good idea. Ordering catalogues from Rainbow Resource will be really helpful for back ground information on curriculum also EPS is another good curriculum site and Alpha Omega Publications too. Some more sites to check out is:, Discovery, Donna...
    Posted to Getting Started (Forum) by homestudio on 02-19-2008
  • Re: Curriculum questions

    search Aesop's Fables online, a lot of classic books are actually posted in their entirety on the internet for free! shannon
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by princesshannon2002 on 02-19-2008
  • Third Grader- Where do I start?

    Hello Everyone! My daughter had a serious accident on Dec. 28th, 08. She was playing outside and slipped and fell on a steal rod used for landscaping. It went in about two inches in her stomach. It's been close to 2 months and still complains of serious pain. The scar tissue has built up to 2 inches...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by awiccawicca on 02-16-2008
  • Re: Considering homeschool for 1st grader

    Sorry for taking so long to respond. My son really liked the Hooked on Phonics books, but we never did crack open any of the other materials, flashcards or CDs. I got him to the point where he could sound out words, then we just dealt with unknowns as they appeared. How easy it will be for you will depend...
    Posted to Getting Started (Forum) by SeriousLearning on 02-16-2008

    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by mission on 02-15-2008
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