- Math U See Beta video and workbook
- Abeka Math (Yes, I make her do 2 math’s)
- Abeka Spelling
- Spelling practice “Word – Build – Write” from Home Grown Hearts
- Abeka – Creative Writing
- Abeka – Phonics
- Exploring American History (My Father’s World)
- Geography (My Father’s World)
- Draw Write Now, Book 7
- Crochet Craft from Michael’s $1 section
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oh how funny-all this time I was thinking you were a part of this but I see you are the sponsor-LOL..guess I will try to linky up next week. If I get my camera and self pumped and ready-may take a few days off next week prior to Easter….thanks for doing this…good to see what other 2nd graders are doing. :0)
Our of curiosity, why do you do 2 maths? I'm just wondering, my son (6) is doing Math-U-See, he did the first book pretty fast and we're about 1/3 done with the alpha book now…he loves it. Just wondering if you've run into any problems w/ M.U.S. or if it's just the way you do things? Thanks!
MG: Don't laugh, but I can't make up my mind between MUS and Abeka. They teach in 2 different styles and I was trying to help her get a different perspective on it with MUS. Since math isn't her strong suit, we've been making her do both until we figure out which one is getting through to her better.
Ooh I like this! When we get a bit more organized I'll link up! We did math u see for a few years then switched back to Saxon and my oldest is doing Teaching text books now – love it!I will go back to MUS with my 5 year old…They all learn so differently…Blessings!Camie
My daughter is in 2nd and we use Horizon. Although I have been pulling stuff off the internet more than using the book.Are the books filled for one day's worth of work?
Lori: All 10 boxes are for 1 day's worth of work. If there is a workbook in the box, I put a little sticky tab on the page she is to do for that day. Just because I'm lazy and didn't pull out each individual worksheet out of the books.
Just an FYI – when I click on the link next to history for My Father’s World, it goes to mathusee.com