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We did the K program for my oldests 1st grade year and the level one program for 2nd. The history and science and literature doesn't really matter what age you do it -- pick one that will be fun and interesting for you, and if you have younger kids around (in your daycare) they can listen in as well on some things. Then you can do math and reading at your sons level. We have moved towards unschooling now, but I still use the sonlight reading lists for read aloud ideas.
I had 3 negatives tests with my first. The first test was probably too early, but the last one definately wasn't.
There's one called "preschool playroom" that might fit the bill. Though it is filled with characters from kids tv (Dora, Thomas, Arthur.) But you wouldn't have to be a fan of those shows (or even know about them -- all those characters are in books, too) http://www.epinions.com/reviews/mags_Preschool_Playroom my son loved "Click" at that age, but it doesn't have much in the way of crafts or activites (maybe one a month) http://www.cricketmag.com/ProductDetail.asp?pid=6
You have to follow your states laws. So if Washington recognizes that school as a "prizate school" your covered. If they don't you still would have to register in Washington. I know that CA does not recognize schools unless they have a presense in the state, so only California umbrella schools (or PSPs as they are called here for Private Satellite Programs) would count, I don't know how Washington is, but it might be something similar. I would check with a local...
I was 5 when I had mine done. No problems excpet as an adult the holes are slightly higher on my lobes than they would be if done now (My ears must have grown oddly.) so some small loops don't fit.
I was concieved when my mom was 42.
The book How to 'Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of your doctor' has good info on all the Vacs that were around when it was written (It needs to be updated, but the author has passed away) For Diptheria he basiclly said what previous posters have said, it's primarily a disease of poor sanitation and living conditions, and when those were cleaned up in the US the disease basically went away.
I have heard that too. here's an article about it: http://archives.cnn.com/2000/HEALTH/...ive.blood.wmd/ and here's an article about red wine: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21478144/
It's worked for us for the past 8 years, and I second (or third) everyone's advice.
I haven't read all the responses, so someone probably all ready mentioned this (but I just learned it.) You can create lists of different friends, and give them different levels of access. So if you don't want to not friend some (which I have started to do with some of those old high school aquaitances -- even un-friended them) you can create a list for those "friends that aren't really friends" and restrict what they see of your info and what info you get from them. ...
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