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sofysmommy's Avatar sofysmommy 10:31 PM 10-08-2010
where can I find Curriculum in Spanish? Especially for First grade?

sofysmommy's Avatar sofysmommy 02:54 AM 10-10-2010

straighthaircurly's Avatar straighthaircurly 06:47 AM 10-10-2010
Haven't used this myself and don't know what the quality is like but the content seems similar to what my son is learning in school.

http://www.learningthings.com/articl...e-spanish.aspx
JuniperBCN's Avatar JuniperBCN 06:52 AM 10-10-2010
Do you mean a whole curriculum with all subjects or for learning Spanish?

If you mean a whole curriculum, both Epysteme and Clonlara have branches here in Spain, which I imagine means their materials are available in Spanish. My experience of homeschooling here is that the majority of people who don't use the above put their own thing together. However I've seen a Charlotte Manson es español blog lately.

Here is a link to the homeschool section of a Spanish page similar to MDC http://www.crianzanatural.com/forum/...ics.asp?FID=38- you could post with the mamas there. The woman who oversees Epysteme here posts frequently.
CherryBomb's Avatar CherryBomb 10:39 AM 10-10-2010
I'm not sure, but I just wanted to add that you might want to check the homeschooling laws in your state. I know in Indiana you're required to teach in English if you homeschool.
mom2ponygirl's Avatar mom2ponygirl 10:46 AM 10-10-2010
I know MEP math has added Spanish to their younger grades, looks like through year 4.
http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/projects/mep/default.htm
It is free!
sofysmommy's Avatar sofysmommy 12:07 PM 10-10-2010
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Originally Posted by JuniperBCN View Post
Do you mean a whole curriculum with all subjects or for learning Spanish?

If you mean a whole curriculum, both Epysteme and Clonlara have branches here in Spain, which I imagine means their materials are available in Spanish. My experience of homeschooling here is that the majority of people who don't use the above put their own thing together. However I've seen a Charlotte Manson es español blog lately.

Here is a link to the homeschool section of a Spanish page similar to MDC http://www.crianzanatural.com/forum/...ics.asp?FID=38- you could post with the mamas there. The woman who oversees Epysteme here posts frequently.
yes, thank you.
sofysmommy's Avatar sofysmommy 12:12 PM 10-10-2010
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Originally Posted by CherryBomb View Post
I'm not sure, but I just wanted to add that you might want to check the homeschooling laws in your state. I know in Indiana you're required to teach in English if you homeschool.
it is for me, My dd will probably do Oak Meadow or another Waldorf curriculum.
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