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From: Brenda (
Subject:         New to Homeschooling
Date: November 16, 2007 at 6:38 am PST

Hello everyone,

I am glad to find a chat group of single homeschoolers that offers such encouragement and advice. I too will be praying for you Ruth. I am not new to being single (3 yrs) but I have very recently taken my son from Middle School as he would cry every morning before going into school; so I'm new to homeschooling. So new in fact that I don't have a good curriculum in place. Since I will have to work at least part time, he will also have to do alot on his own and on weekends. I noticed that someone else in this group asked about a book that helps with determining what each grade level should know. I'll need that book too. One book I have found very informative is "Homeschool Your Child For Free" by LauraMaery Gold and Joan M. Zielinski it lists websites with instruction and printables for a variety of subjects including art and humanities. Since I am so new at this, I feel more structure is needed like textbooks and workbooks. Does anyone know of a good curriculum for 6th/7th grade?

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