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From: chastidy buttram (216.198.106.92)
Subject:         Considering God's Creation or SOW
Date: June 22, 2009 at 8:56 am PST

Has anyone here used CGC or Story of the World I? I purchased both used and plan to use them both with my 6 and 11 year olds this school year. Just wondering if anyone has any suggestions, tips, ideas, etc. The books both have book suggestions and am wondering if there are any that I really can't do without such as the Kingfisher and Usborne Encyclopidias. My library has them both but they are reference and you can't check them out to take home.

Any fun crafts or extra activities that you all did that you would like to share?

Also SOW is supposed to be Christian based but according to some of the reviews I have read that it is really more neutral than Christian. Any suggestions for adding more Bible History in there.

As most of you probably are we are on a limited budget (with 3 kids and one on the way!) and depend on the library for most of our resources. But I do get some great finds on here, Amazon and ebay.

Do you think using these curricula are feasable with these ages and with a 3 year old in the mix, not to mention a baby due in October? Is there a lot of prep time for the lessons?

Thanks for any input!
Chas.


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