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jessicadevoe
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Language Arts & Math Books

I am wondering about top recommendations for Language Arts & Math curriculum. Where is the best place to get information about quality programs? What suggestions do you have or what programs have worked with your kids?
In Topics: Homeschooling
> 60 days ago

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clsunshine
clsunshine writes:
I am in the 4th year of homeschooled my daughter. My husband is a public school teacher (I am not). He and I researched math curriculum independantly and both came up with Singapore as what we thought was the best. We used it a few years for early elmentary.

We switched to Teaching Textbooks Math curriculum later because my daughter liked to try to "argue" with me over math concepts when I was teaching her new concepts - she is very strong willed and thinks she knows more then she does. Math is not a strong point for me since I have disgraphia (number dyslexia). (Though math is a subject in which my husband is very strong; he is currently seeking a second subject teaching certification in math).

Our daughter has been doing very well with teaching textbooks this year. Math lessons are a much more composed time in our house now.

I know other homeschoolers that are very happy with Horizon Math as well.
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jonathanjeke
jonathanjeke writes:
Hi do you  have facebook
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lilimommy
lilimommy writes:
I am using Singapore Math and Harcourt Language Arts.  Both can be found at Barnes and Nobles and Books A Million (in store or online) and Amazon.com carries them as well.
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avidal
avidal writes:
Homeschoolreviews.com. They have reviews of curriculum and forums where you can ask other homeschoolers questions.
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