Week in Review: April 9-13

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Week in Review: April 9-13

Postby lissiejo » Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:28 pm

What was YOUR week Like?

You can post:

a- A picture
b- A blog Link
c- A written synopsis
d- Your favorite memory
e- Anything you want that shares your HOD excitement!

Important Note: If you are linking us to your blog, please make sure it's not just a general link, but to your specific post of HOD. That way if someone reads through these a year from now they can find your share without needing to hunt!
Melissa (Pastor's wife in NC)

http://gracefilledhomeschooling.blogspot.com
Rose (12-years-old) - Revival to Revolution
Beth (10-years-old) - Creation to Christ
Grace (8-years-old) - Bigger Hearts for His Glory
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Re: Week in Review: April 9-13

Postby lissiejo » Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:30 pm

It's been a while since I linked up my week-in-review! We have been faithfully plugging along...

http://gracefilledhomeschooling.blogspo ... -9-13.html

Grace - Bigger Unit 21
Beth - CTC Unit 28
Rose - Rev to Ref Unit 13
Melissa (Pastor's wife in NC)

http://gracefilledhomeschooling.blogspot.com
Rose (12-years-old) - Revival to Revolution
Beth (10-years-old) - Creation to Christ
Grace (8-years-old) - Bigger Hearts for His Glory
lissiejo
 
Posts: 506
Joined: Tue Jan 24, 2012 11:44 am

Re: Week in Review: April 9-13

Postby rumkimom » Mon May 14, 2018 7:37 am

It has been a long, long time since I checked in here.

My daughter (age 16) is using Rev to Rev. We just completed Unit 16. We completed her math program (TT Geometry) and that is the last math she is require to do so she is very happy. It took her 2 hours a day to do it. It showed us down in Rev to Rev (along with all of us being sick for almost the whole month of Jan!), but now we will forge ahead with one unit a week and hopefully complete the book in Dec. We added in a government book (Uncle Sam and Me) to complete that requirement and that book was great as it is at her reading level (I am reading it to both her and her younger brother who also has lower reading comprehension). Sure with there was an economics book written at a lower level!! Melody still struggles very much with narrations and needs lots of help with writing them. But, she remembers much more than when she started Res to Ref almost 3 years ago. She loves the Science in this curriculum! She is also enjoying the music and devotional book.

I have not yet decided if we are going to come back to HOD for my son. He is doing well with the workbook style (except with science and history) and it seems to keep him on track. We did NY State history and government this year for history. I might do the science and history from HOD. He can't read the history books on his own so that makes is so much harder. His reading skills and comprehension is more like 4th grade. I was hoping to do CTC with him, but I might wait another year also (he is 12. but is doing 3rd grade math and 3rd grade LA). He had discaulculia and if affects more than just his math....he can't memorize or remember many things (including addition facts and multiplication facts).
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Wendy C.
DH-Owen
Emily (19 - graduatated from UCC spring 2018, Fashion Design Program)
Melody (17 - Rev 2 Rev-unit 21, IEW for writing, grammar, completed math)
Steven (12 - CTC, IEW for writing, grammar, spelling, TT Math)
Clarence (10 - PS)
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