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  • Re: homeschool help

    I know this is a little late but one EXCELLENT free resource for math and reading is MindSprinting. It has assessments to help gauge your children's individual academic levels (against both national and state requirements), free printable lessons and it helps keep record...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by juntunen on 09-10-2009
  • Re: secular curriculum

    Hi Angela, This does help! Thank You! From what I saw online it almost seemed to be too good to be true! My son will start algebra 1 and as I said before- Math is not my thing! I showed it to him and he thinks it will be fine! I will be ordering it soon. I am now looking for a grammar curriculum, did...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by tonbert on 07-13-2008
  • Re: secular curriculum

    Hi, I know this post was posted in March, but was wondering if you like the Algebra 1 from Teaching Textbooks? Have you had the chance to use this curriculum? I am new to homeschooling, Dec of 2007 I took my son out of private school, anyway I am looking for a math curriculum that actually explains the...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by tonbert on 07-09-2008
  • Re: new to homeschooling...HELP!

    The best math course I have found for a middle-schooler who is having some problems with math is the Key to... workbooks by Key Curriculum Press. They have Key to Fractions, Key to Decimals, and Key to Percents. Going through these three topics "catches up" anyone who is behind, and generally...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by dchurst on 04-15-2008
  • Living Math

    HI, I am new here and to homeschooling; this is our first year. I am looking into a math curriculum for next year (grade 3) and am curious as to wether anyone has used lLiving Math Thanks!
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by Wistful on 04-08-2008
  • Re: Summer Vacation and School Breaks?

    Hi there, Welcome! I'm a homeschool mom and an editor at this site. Below is a summer Quick Tip from our Break Time newsletter, from last summer! How “Schooly” is Your Summer? We all do “summer” differently. But when it’s time for shorts and picnics, most of us want to slow the pace of school, yet...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by vvagt on 02-21-2008
  • Re: secular curriculum

    Calvert is a strong choice if you want an all-in-one package. You can buy their math curriculum separately, and the folks I know who use it really like it. I use a mishmash of things: Singapore for Math, Junior Great Books series ( for Language arts, "Brighter...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by SeriousLearning on 02-06-2008
  • Re: secular curriculum

    Didn't say there wasn't room for God- Just would like to teach my son about God, the bible and different Religions -at that- seperately from Grammar, Math, History and so on. In all the Christian based on- line homeschools that I saw so far, had quotes from the bible, sentences about God, and...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by tonbert on 02-04-2008
  • Re: Hello - new and happy to be here!

    So glad you're planning to homeschool! I'm a long-term homeschool mom and an editor at this site. Our family often used unit studies--most often used Konos, and at other times created them from scratch with other families, together. I found that we always needed a separate math curriculum--and...
    Posted to Getting Started (Forum) by vvagt on 01-25-2008
  • Re: This Algebra, Trig, Geometry stuf is over my head!

    This is my first year homeschooling my 5 children ...the saxon math was not working as the kids were not jumping into it..... a quick prayer and some research brought me to math-u-see -switched and instantly all 5 were doing the math on their own. They don't work at the grade level they start with...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by TracyRed on 01-19-2008
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