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From: Maria (
Subject:         Re: New Homeschooler-any advice?
Date: August 3, 2010 at 8:39 am PST

In Reply to: New Homeschooler-any advice? posted by Christy on July 3, 2010 at 4:02 pm:

Hi, I am a mom of 4 boys, now 8th,7th, 5th, 3rd grades. We have been using MFW for most of our homeschooling(7years) and loving it. We are now in exploration to 1850. For your younger, I would recommend finding some busy work, like building toys, manipulatives, etc while you are teaching your oldest. I loved reading the history books out loud to the boys while the younger listened and colored or played with the manipulatives. are you useing MFW Adventures? Haven't used that, will be using part of it this year with my 3rd grader while doing ex-1850. Make sure to get the youngest one notebooks(lined or blank) or workbooks, so that they are excited about homeschooling as well.
We love math u see. Haven't used Shurley english, but will be using it this year. I heard it was great.
Have fun homeschooling!! :) Blessings.

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