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Posted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 10:59 am
by Solwulo
Hi I want to home-school my baby girl 3.5 years and want to start now.

I live in remote village in Honduras and i don't know anyone one home-schooling here.
Also i don't have the option to go to home-school fairs because there aren't any here.

How I start?

When i search online a curriculum I am overwhelmed with all the options I have. I was thinking about buying a used one to start off.

Can some one help me out?

Posted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:40 pm
by Theodore
We had good success with Calvert Kindergarten, which sells internationally. You could start there, then transition to basic math, a phonics program, etc.

I agree - about Calvert

Posted: Fri Mar 14, 2014 9:19 pm
by Coach_John
We homeschooled for 5 years (two different grades) from China with Calvert - they were great with the shipping, etc.

We did use Saxon Math as time went on and had someone from the states mail it to us. We supplemented that with DIVE for Algebra.

Our son recently graduated from Homeschool Highschool and our daughter is in 9th grade (homeschool).

We have used other curriculum in jr. and sr. high also so feel free to ask questions.