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From: Jane (
Subject:         Needing serious advice here!
Date: September 5, 2009 at 9:09 pm PST

My dc children have gotten at least 2 yrs behind due to caring for my dying mother, and now we've taken on the responsibility of caring for a relatives baby. I'm feeling really torn about this, and feel its the right thing to do, however I'm really concerned about my children's education at this point and finding the time to get it all done. How do I catch up? What curriculum can I use to achieve this, that will require very little of my time? A friend said I should "forget" the curriculum and just start teaching them multiplication tables, division, etc. on my own, and that I could achieve faster results that way than by following a preset curriculum. Any thoughts on this idea? I need help figuring out what approach to take. Also, the laundry pile CAN'T wait, we have social workers visiting the home monthly, and I feel I have to keep things reasonably presentable at all times.

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