I have been searching for a good english curriculum that fits Audrey's learning style. First, we tried First Language Lessons, but we found it to be SOOO boring. I was bored and hated doing the lessons and my girls were nearly bored to tears! So first language lessons went out the window and I started searching again. I found a wonderful resource called "English Lessons for the LDS child." It was free and very well written!!! I love all the poems and scriptures that are memorized in the curriculum. So what's the problem with it? It requires a LOT of copywork. Even when I scale the copy work down, there is a LOT of copywork, and little miss Audrey HATES writing. She already has to write for spelling, and science, and write in her journal weekly, so adding THAT MUCH more writing on was causing a battle of wills. So, on to the search again!!! I am highly considering the Rod and Staff enlglish for 3rd grade. I would do that workbook and continue the memorization following the ideas from English Lessons for the LDS child. (Audrey LIKES to memorize). The rod and staff seems to be more of a fill in the blank kind of workbook, which Audrey would be MUCH more willing to do.
Does anyone have any experiene with Rod and Staff? What do you think? Do you like it?
She's a stay-at-home, homeschool mom of 4 kids. She loves reading, listening to music, playing board games, and hanging out with family and friends.
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