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Old 08-02-2012, 06:58 AM   #6
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Re: Athiest/Non Religous Curriculums?

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Originally Posted by Firerose_RCM View Post
I was looking at time4learning because the price is great. Is it a complete curriculum, or just a supplement? Is it easy to mix in other stuff with? Say for instance the program is covering cells in science and you want to mix in a building cells activity, extra worksheets about it, and stuff like that?
For the younger grades, I wasn't happy with T4L. It had good information, but the kids really didn't have to make an effort to get through the lessons. My son would easily go through it and not retain anything because it just quickly covered stuff with no real review and no real challenge in being sure he knew it. *I* wouldn't consider it a complete curriculum, but some may. It just wasn't enough for us.
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