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From: Shari (
Subject:         Re: Heart of Wisdom vs. My Father's World
Date: May 10, 2007 at 5:33 pm PST

In Reply to: Heart of Wisdom vs. My Father's World posted by Jeanette Cameron on February 11, 2007 at 3:14 pm:

I don't know anything about Heart of Wisdom, but we have used
MFW for K & 1 and loved it. (I looked at the HOW website and see
many similarities.) My son was reading pre-K, so we skipped
part of the K LA and used part as review. We like the hands on
approach, the variety of activities, supplementing with library
books, and the focus on God. I appreciate how well things are
planned for me so school does not consume my life. We liked the
K unit studies and enjoyed the 1st grade focus on the Bible. The
Grade 1 math was great because we were able to pick and choose
the activities that he needed and then move on to the next topic. (I
supplemented with TAG workbooks.) We have used the deluxe
package both years because fine arts are important to my husband
and I. My children have loved them! My pre-K dau has done what
she could each year and they have a great message board on their
website that has given me ideas for teaching them together where I
can until she is old enough for them to do the history "cycle"
together. We plan to use the optional "Adventures" for grade 2. I
hope someone posts who is familiar with both!

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