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Which curriculum?????????????
by Dorra
July 25, 2013 at 4:18 PM

If you have experience with any of these, Please give me the good, the bad and the ugly about them.


Easy Peasy

Seton

CompleteCurriculum.com


I will have a 2nd grader and 1st grader this upcoming year. 

Thank you!!

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  • oahoah
    by oahoah
    July 25, 2013 at 4:22 PM

    We have used Easy Peasy but mostly as a "filler"; no experience with the other two. I am having a hard time decided what to use for this year too :( I'll have a 3rd and 1st and pre-k.

  • Dorra
    by Dorra
    July 25, 2013 at 4:30 PM

    BUMP!

  • Dorra
    by Dorra
    July 25, 2013 at 4:32 PM


    Quoting oahoah:

    We have used Easy Peasy but mostly as a "filler"; no experience with the other two. I am having a hard time decided what to use for this year too :( I'll have a 3rd and 1st and pre-k.

    Thank you! What have you used in the past?

    I went to Barnes and Noble and got books from there since I had a K and 1st this year. I haven't used a true curriculum yet.

  • Boobah
    by Boobah
    July 25, 2013 at 4:38 PM
    I have not used any of them, so here is a bump! The only boxed curric I have found appealing is oak meadow.
  • AutymsMommy
    July 25, 2013 at 4:53 PM

    I assume you're Catholic (hence the Seton)? Lol.

    I've used pieces of Seton. Very solid, very traditional, very Catholic. If you're looking at boxed, and you're Catholic, them or Catholic Heritage are great for first time homeschoolers (lesson plans with their grade level packages) - Seton is accredited if you enroll in their full program (as is Kolbe and OLVS, so far as Catholic curricula goes).

    I haven't tried Easy Peasy, but the general consensus amongst the few I've heard use it is that it's a great filler, but not really a full curricula.

    No experience with complete curriculum.

  • Dorra
    by Dorra
    July 25, 2013 at 5:11 PM
    Thank you!
    No actually I'm not. I heard about Seton and was looking at CompleteCurriculum when I made this post.
    Was just looking for experience with each.


    Quoting AutymsMommy:

    I assume you're Catholic (hence the Seton)? Lol.

    I've used pieces of Seton. Very solid, very traditional, very Catholic. If you're looking at boxed, and you're Catholic, them or Catholic Heritage are great for first time homeschoolers (lesson plans with their grade level packages) - Seton is accredited if you enroll in their full program (as is Kolbe and OLVS, so far as Catholic curricula goes).

    I haven't tried Easy Peasy, but the general consensus amongst the few I've heard use it is that it's a great filler, but not really a full curricula.

    No experience with complete curriculum.

  • AutymsMommy
    July 25, 2013 at 5:14 PM

    When I say Seton is very Catholic... it's Catholic... it is very, very Catholic (in all subjects). Lol!

    Quoting Dorra:

    Thank you!
    No actually I'm not. I heard about Seton and was looking at CompleteCurriculum when I made this post.
    Was just looking for experience with each.


    Quoting AutymsMommy:

    I assume you're Catholic (hence the Seton)? Lol.

    I've used pieces of Seton. Very solid, very traditional, very Catholic. If you're looking at boxed, and you're Catholic, them or Catholic Heritage are great for first time homeschoolers (lesson plans with their grade level packages) - Seton is accredited if you enroll in their full program (as is Kolbe and OLVS, so far as Catholic curricula goes).

    I haven't tried Easy Peasy, but the general consensus amongst the few I've heard use it is that it's a great filler, but not really a full curricula.

    No experience with complete curriculum.



  • Dorra
    by Dorra
    July 25, 2013 at 5:19 PM
    Oh ok. Thank you for the help.

    Quoting AutymsMommy:

    When I say Seton is very Catholic... it's Catholic... it is very, very Catholic (in all subjects). Lol!


    Quoting Dorra:

    Thank you!

    No actually I'm not. I heard about Seton and was looking at CompleteCurriculum when I made this post.

    Was just looking for experience with each.




    Quoting AutymsMommy:

    I assume you're Catholic (hence the Seton)? Lol.

    I've used pieces of Seton. Very solid, very traditional, very Catholic. If you're looking at boxed, and you're Catholic, them or Catholic Heritage are great for first time homeschoolers (lesson plans with their grade level packages) - Seton is accredited if you enroll in their full program (as is Kolbe and OLVS, so far as Catholic curricula goes).

    I haven't tried Easy Peasy, but the general consensus amongst the few I've heard use it is that it's a great filler, but not really a full curricula.

    No experience with complete curriculum.




  • oredeb
    by oredeb
    July 25, 2013 at 10:13 PM

     have you every tried christian liberty?

  • swim-mom72
    July 25, 2013 at 11:15 PM

    I have no experience with any of those, sorry.

    would you prefer secular, christian or a blend or you don't really care?

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