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Old 02-16-2010, 08:44 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am wondering if anyone has used this curriculum, and how you like it. Also, if used other ones (Little Acorn Learning etc.), how do they compare?
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Subbing, because I've actually been looking at this for the older grades.

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Use it- love it! I originally bought grade 1, then upgraded to the Lifetime membership. There is so much included! I use it to supplement OM, but there is more than enough to use it alone for years.
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Would you all mind telling a bit more about it? I haven't heard of it. Is it like Enki or Christopherus? What grades does it cover? Etc. Thanks!

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nursing toddler in lap so wuick note.

i only have the prek but i prefer little acorn with earth schooling i have trouble figuring out what to do. little acorns just is easy to understand and figure out waht is planed for each day and how to get it into the day. earthschooling just seems more like an idea book. which is great but i have plenty of ideas i need someone to tell me how to structure them kwim?

although her suplement books were awsome.

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nursing toddler in lap so wuick note.

i only have the prek but i prefer little acorn with earth schooling i have trouble figuring out what to do. little acorns just is easy to understand and figure out waht is planed for each day and how to get it into the day. earthschooling just seems more like an idea book. which is great but i have plenty of ideas i need someone to tell me how to structure them kwim?

although her suplement books were awsome.
I agree it is kinda all over the place. Which can be really confusing at times.

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