The NEXT guide

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Re: The NEXT guide

Postby MomtoJGJE » Mon Oct 11, 2010 2:10 pm

What is so amazingly wonderful to me is that so far, my kids education at least through 8th, if not 9th or 10th grade (depending on how fast/slow we go) is complete! I love seeing this stuff come together!

Also, it gives me hope that by the time my kids are in high school, there will be a HOD high school curriculum ;)
Lora Beth
Jayden (16 - 11th , charter school)
Grace (14.5 - 9th, charter school)
Julianna (12.5 - 7th, charter school)
Evangeline (10 - Preparing)
Penelope (6.5 - LHFHG - SM2B, dollar store workbooks )
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Re: The NEXT guide

Postby Lynnw » Mon Oct 11, 2010 2:21 pm

Wow! It sounds great! Am I the only one who wishes I could buy a package for myself long before my kids get to it? :oops: :mrgreen: :shock: :lol: I mean I have time to do my own package now that I'm no longer researching every possible curriculum woe.... I could just add myself to the signature... LOL.
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Re: The NEXT guide

Postby dianeh47 » Mon Oct 11, 2010 9:01 pm

Carrie,
The next guide sounds wonderful. We are on the 6th week of RTR. It seems that every year gets better. We love the rotation of the boxes. I hope that will cotinue in thenext guide. I t gives them a varieyt and more things to do. I also have a question. I have heard a lot about the Light and the Glory series by Peter Marshall, grades 7 to adult. Have you ever heard about it ? Would it be good to supplement it along with the other books? Just wondering.
Thanks,
Diane
Blessings,
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Began HOD in 8/2008
Joel -18 US2 History
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Re: The NEXT guide

Postby LynnH » Tue Oct 12, 2010 5:41 am

Wow those look very good! I love that there is such variety in there, not just US history.
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Re: The NEXT guide

Postby Carrie » Tue Oct 19, 2010 4:05 pm

Ladies,

I am so glad that you are excited about the next guide. We are excited as well! :D The new guide will be packed full of all sorts of wonderful learning tucked into the rotation of the boxes. We pray you will be excited with the design and the content. More sneak peeks will be forthcoming! So, keep watching! :D

Blessings,
Carrie
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