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Old 07-13-2011, 10:42 AM   #1
Delaney
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Default First Year (hopefully) of Homeschooling - 5th Grade

I am hoping to homeschool my DD this fall.

I have had her learning style tested and was told that she will learn anything I try to teach, that she will be easy to teach, that she will be fun to teach.

So, I need to start on some curriculum. I don't even know where to start as there is so much info out there. I need to be able to see things in person. If I went to Barns and Noble, do they have curriculum I can look at? I am mostly worried about math, as math is not her strong point, so I would need to find something fun for her. Also, I am not real confident in my abilities at this point, so I would need lessons that are spelled out for me at first, until I can "get the hang" of things.

What do you think?
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