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July 27th, 2010, 12:18 PM
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: The Lonestar State
Not sure what they meant by it being a watered down version. Abeka is a very, very good curriculum. Actually, it's a little bit accelerated compared to most. The earlier science and social studies aren't all that great for my needs, but for most people who don't want to put much emphasis on those subjects until middle school, Abeka is perfect. (The later grades are wonderful for science and social studies).
Are you looking for a boxed curriculum, or would you want to draw from different sources for each subject? Boxed curricula is great when you're starting out, but most people don't stick to it very long because it's hard to find something that fits your needs 100% of the time.
Look at these for curriculum kits:
Christian Curriculum, Music, Distance Learning, & Books | BJU Press
My Father's World - Homeschool Curriculum and Christian School Curriculum
Rod and Staff Books - Christian curriculum and storybooks
Sonlight: Christian Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschool Program, Resources, Education, Homeschooling Materials & Books
There are many more...
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