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    We are just getting started with Latin - I am...

    We are just getting started with Latin - I am curious to see how it goes. I just read over 50% of all English words have Latin roots...I hope this helps our kids. Our main motivation in doing 2 yrs...
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    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/atlas...

    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/atlas/

    This has been great for blank maps!
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    This link is too advanced for a 6-year old, but...

    This link is too advanced for a 6-year old, but should help your understanding.

    http://www.answersingenesis.or...opic/plate-tectonics
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    Hi there. Do you mind expanding on what you mean...

    Hi there. Do you mind expanding on what you mean by 'trivium?' My understanding is the trivium is the three-stage method of learning:

    1. Grammar stage - absorb information
    2. Logic stage - link...
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    Does anyone know of students who used Math U See...

    Does anyone know of students who used Math U See and consequently struggled in college math courses? We are intrigued by the curriculum, but after obtaining an engineering degree, I am curious how...
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    Thanks everyone for the suggestions! We are...

    Thanks everyone for the suggestions! We are heading to a big convention in April and are planning to dive into Saxon, Singapore, MUS, Teaching Textbooks, and Horizons.
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    We are looking to switch from K-12 Math to either...

    We are looking to switch from K-12 Math to either Saxon, Singapore or Math U See. What are pros and cons of each of these?

    Our favorite part of K-12 is the spiraled learning approach (review at...
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