Hand-holding curriculum.

Discuss the pros and cons of various curriculums, or get help on which to choose!

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Hand-holding curriculum.

Postby Snemelka » Tue Dec 20, 2011 3:01 pm

seriously, I just want a curriculum that holds my hand and gives me options of activities as well as worksheets for every subject necessary. What is it?
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Postby Theodore » Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:04 pm

I'm afraid that you're probably not going to find a curriculum that covers everything from a variety of different directions, which is what it sounds like you're looking for (referencing your other thread). If you've reduced that down to just wanting a packaged curriculum, there are a variety to choose from depending on what style you're looking for. In no particular order:

Alpha Omega
Bob Jones
Calvert
Sonlight
Robinson
Time4Learning (online)
A Beka
Probably several more that I missed; if you're reading this and I missed you I apologize.

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Postby WildOnesMama » Wed May 09, 2012 11:01 am

A Beka will do that for you if your include the Parent Curriculum Guides in your order.
We are switching to Trail Guide To Learning for next year. Also, laid out for you and tells you what to do daily, next, etc..... Have to add Math though as it does not include Math.


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