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  • Re: funny kids

    How cute :)
    Posted to Humor and Bright Spots (Forum) by BrunswickAcademy on 02-21-2008
  • Summer Vacation and School Breaks?

    How do you handle this? Also, if your child finishes a grade level in a subject, do you start in right away with the next level or do you give them a break in between? If you give them a break or review period, how long is it typically? I am asking this because Jared (K4) is about to finish Kindergarten...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by BrunswickAcademy on 02-21-2008
  • funny kids

    While teaching my little boy the days of the week, I had him repeat them over a few times when he thought it would be time to teach me something. I asked him what was wrong and he said," You forgot one of the days of the week." I replied, "No there's Sunday, Monday, etc." He said...
    Posted to Humor and Bright Spots (Forum) by jlanell on 02-20-2008
  • Re: Suggestion (not trying to be negative but...)

    I laughed and laughed... ds just hit puberty...i think if he rolls his eyes at me again i may scream...o yeah i did that yesterday...
    Posted to General Site (Forum) by princesshannon2002 on 02-19-2008
  • Has anyone used Texas Tech Independent School District?

    I was actually looking for a way to lighten my planning load...and purchase a pre-made curriculum for certain subjects next year and I am very interested in the Texas Tech program. I am hoping that someone could give me some information about the program! shannon
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by princesshannon2002 on 02-19-2008
  • Re: secular curriculum

    Good morning, everyone. This is Thomas Morrow, the CEO of Home School, Inc. It is critical for everyone to understand that these forums are open to all. I offer you my personal, iron-clad assurance, that, short of being ad hominem abuse or clearly outrageous, all posts pass through these forums uninterrupted...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by tmorrow911 on 02-12-2008
  • Re: secular curriculum

    As a moderator of this forum, I see that it is time to step in here and send a gentle reminder to our forum users. This needs to be a place where HSI members can feel safe to ask questions related to curriculum choices...regardless if you are using secular or non-secular choices! This is NOT a place...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by hsiamy on 02-11-2008
  • Re: secular curriculum

    I don't think you have spent any time in the public schools. I live across the street from one. It's an institution. But I would like to get a tax rebate for homeschooling, instead of supporting public schools. I really think this should be optional. Your argument is leaning towards your own...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by bcjkab on 02-11-2008
  • Re: Would like your opinion please...

    HI there! There are many factors to consider when deciding on curriculum. One very impt. factor is understanding your child's learning style (i.e is he/she a visual, tactile, auditory learner etc.) Once you are able to identify how your child learns then you can navigate your way through the options...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by hsiamy on 01-17-2008
  • Re: Pen Pals.

    Hi, I am new to this whole homeschool approach, but my kids would be interested in having penpals also. I have a 10 year old boy who is very funny, loves life and football. he is in the 4th grade this year. I have another son who is 8 and was diagnosed with adhd and sensory integration disorder, he...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by trford on 01-17-2008
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