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32 Comments

    1. Hi,
      I actually like All About Reading, but we have used Abeka to teach reading since my oldest was little so I just keep reusing it. Mainly b/c I’m familiar with it, and I know it works. I reviewed all about reading, and do like it. It’s more fun and hands-on than Abeka, but I haven’t continued just because like I said we already had the Abeka, so I didn’t want to waste it :o)

      erica
  1. HI, thanks for the great resources. I have been a Japanese Teacher and am now going back into teaching in the classroom, which is a little daunting. My question is the same as few of the other posts (but I can not see a reply from you sorry). Are we able to make copies of some of these worksheets for use with our students? I work at a public school (if that makes any difference). Thanks in advance!

    Andrea
    1. Yes, you’re welcome to print any of my freebie sheets to use in your class provided that you do not remove any of my copyright information. If you decide to order a paid curriculum I just ask that you purchase the “classroom/co-op license” version which allows for printing of multiple materials for your students.

      erica
  2. Hello,
    I would like to use some of your printables for my Sunday School class. There are 6 children ranging from 1 year to 10 years. I’m trying to put together a Christmas activity set for them. If I credit your blog/site and do not change anything–just print up the activities, is that still within the realm of your terms of use? I really don’t want to do anything wrong but am unclear if my doing that is going beyond the terms of use. Sorry for the questions–just trying to make sure I’m doing what’s right!
    🙂

    Mandy
    1. Yes, you’re welcome to print any of my freebie sheets to use in your class provided that you do not remove any of my copyright information. If you decide to order a paid curriculum I just ask that you purchase the “classroom/co-op license” version which allows for printing of multiple materials for your students.

      erica

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