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  1. Cindy
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    Congratulations on a decision made. It always feels good to have the next year figured out! 😉

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  2. Tony Gates
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    Really- very nice blog of Montessori school………Montessori Schools

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  3. Eva
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    THanks for posting your curriculum 🙂 it's always helpful to see what others are doing

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  4. Ticia
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    I can't wait to hear how you like CC. I've thought about it a couple of times, but haven't been quite sure if it's a good fit for my kids. Oh the decisions…..And hopefully in a week or so (while hte kids are out of town), I'll be getting that geography page caught up with everything we've done……).I need to post about our 2011-2012 curriculum soon. And I agree it is helpful in making decisions.

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  5. sbswtp
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    Thanks for posting your curriculum! Mine is located at <a href="http://tolchin.blogspot.com/2011/05/curriculum-2011-2012-tot-school-and-k4.htmlhttp://tolchin.blogspot.com/2011/05/curriculum-20… />Like you, I am also using All about Spelling this year 🙂

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  6. Raising a Happy Chil
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    I hope this curriculum will work out for Bear! Anna's future school uses Saxon Math, and I am curious to see how Anna adapts to it. All About Spelling has a lot of good reviews, but I am holding out to see what they will do about spelling in her K.

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  7. Becky
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    I am thinking of doing Miquon math this year but Singapore seems interesting as well.As for speaking in another language, I also find it more difficult especially as they grow up, but it has helped me to be intentional. I try to read in Korean everyday for a certain amount of time. I try to buy their favorite books in Korean. And recently, we played charades and that seemed to help. Oh, memorizing Bible verses in another language helped, too. The funny thing is that I really wish I could teach them Spanish and French. Your kids are really blessed that you and your husband are teaching them both languages.

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  8. Lori
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    It looks like you've put a lot of thought and prayer in your decision. I especially like that you will be using role playing to teach foreign languages. I'm suggesting that my husband do the same. 🙂 Good luck homeschooling! I know you will be a wonderful teacher.

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  9. Arty4ever
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    For another fun study aid, check out RightBrainedLearner.com for fun flash cards that use cartoon picture codes to help you remember the 50 States and Capitals.

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  10. Kylie
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    I would love to see what your daily schedule/routine looks like.

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