"Believe it or not I went with ABeka.
It is a lot of books. The structure turned out OK for our circumstances. I became pregnant and had some medical issues. It's been a rough 1st year but it kept me on track when I wasn't doing well.…"
Here are a few thoughts.
1. Don't push the "books" too much at this age. At this age kids need to explore, read/be read to, experiment, create, do, etc. You are on the right path in not wanting them to be stuck in a book all…"
Although I know a few who use one curriculum, I think a lot of homeschoolers use a variety of curriculum for different subjects. I personally use Abeka for phonics (which I personally think is great for K and 1st grade), language, math, and…"
Hi everyone,I've been reluctant to post anything. I've been looking through the forums trying to find answers there. I have put this off for over a year. I've been looking at so many websites my eyes hurt. Now that my kids only have a couple days of school left I'm feeling more nervous about making a decision about our curriculum. I will have a Kindergartener, 1st grader and 3rd grader. They are all so different I worry that one curriculum will be great for one child but not at all suited to…See More
"I have to say I am very happy to see so many suggesting adoption through the foster care system. Those children are just as deserving. Though there may be challenges that go along with it due to their environment that led to foster care, it is worth…"
"We are letting our kindergartener and 2nd grader finish out the last few months of the school year. I've been over so much curriculum online that I get dizzy thinking about it. I know how I learn (facts and structure on some things and totally…"
"I don't know that I could be of too much help on the ins and outs of the adoption process. We adopted our neice and nephew (my younger brother's children) because of neglect and their parents addictions. We don't regret it one bit.…"