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From: Heidi (
Subject:         Re: Notgrass
Date: September 6, 2012 at 1:21 pm PST

In Reply to: Notgrass posted by Allison on August 8, 2011 at 4:21 pm:

For whatever it's worth, if someone is reading this post a year later... We have used the Exploring America and Exploring World History. We did them in that order (America First) but wish we had done World first as it has grammar lessons for the second 1/2 credit for English. America's other 1/2 credit in English is composition, so having the grammar first makes more sense to me. We loved it, although it is a lot of work and reading. It's a great college prep. course though and we loved that it covers 3 high school credits. If you are familiar to how the Apologia Science works, Notgrass curriculum can be used in the same way; student directed with no teacher books or teacher prep. If you have a self motivated student, they just follow the daily lessons and you're all set. All you have to worry about are the tests and grading the papers. Also we just started "America the Beautiful" with our middle schooler and are loving it too. It's a great intro. to the style and layout/plan of the high school curriculum. It's getting her in the habit of doing more on her own and holding to a schedule.

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