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From: Daphney (
Subject:         Re: schooling multi levels and ages HELP
Date: June 2, 2011 at 7:00 pm PST

In Reply to: schooling multi levels and ages HELP posted by Dawn on June 2, 2011 at 3:13 pm:

I'm not sure if I am understanding you correctly,
but it sounds like you have a 2 yr. old, 2
Kindergarde ners, a first grader and a second grader
as well as the seventh grader. When my kids were
younger, we used the Weaver unit study curriculum.
It covers almost all the subjects except for math.
I chose to do something different for L.A..
However, this curriculum did cover L.A. The unit
study approach works great for multiple grade
levels, because all the students are learning about
the same thing at the same time....just more in
depth for the older ones. I really liked the
curriculum. It had some really neat activities and
it was easy to go into further depth if you wanted
or needed to. They have a second book that applies
to seventh grade and up and corresponds to what the
younger ones are doing. I didn't get that far due
to family illness and needing a curriculum that
would "travel well". AOP sells the Weaver
Curriculum. Good Luck:) Sounds like a lot of fun
once you figure things out. Daphney

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