I can't find a web site for Little Acorn curriculum -- can anyone help
Thanks! This really helped.
Im debating if I should purchase either. I have a 3 yr. old and a 10 yr. old and thought something like this would be good to get them both involved in something together.
All tho Seasons of Joy sounds great, I have a book shelf full of resources that I can pull from to make my own.
Little Acorn is sounding better in that it has weeks planned out. This is something I might need since we are coming down to the wire and I still have several weeks to plan.
I may purchase September and see how I like it
Well we've been doing Little Acorn for a few weeks now so I can give my review of it
I only have one "complaint" (if you'd even call it that). For us, there isn't enough ideas for the price. The ideas that are in there are wonderful and have been so much fun. My son loves it! But the circle-time doesn't take long and once we've read some books and done our nature walk there really is only one "activity" per day. Of course, that doesn't include the rhythm of the day (daily chores, etc) but if there were just a few more activities to do throughout the day, I'd be happier. It's $25 a month (give or take) so I do wish there was a little more for the money. Like I said though, the ideas in there are great, the curriculum itself is beautiful and it's very flexible and geared toward a wide range of ages.
I have a friend doing Seasons of Joy and apparently that one has much more material. Downside is you have to pick and choose what you want to do for the week (rather than having that done for you) but there are quite a few more ideas. What I will probably do is end up using both. I will probably use Little Acorn for our "core" (because I really love it) and then use SOJ as the supplement to add ideas where the other lacks.
I hope I was able to help. That's just my view of it all