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July 27th, 2010, 02:08 PM
Join Date: Apr 2005
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Another very inexpensive option is Rod & Staff. Of the Christian publishers out there, they're probably the ones with the most religion weaved into the books. Some people prefer ones that are very heavy in religion and some prefer those with none at all. Abeka is the type that likes to weave scripture into things and sometimes has religious themed art projects, but for the most part, they're not all that religious. Horizons (from Alpha Omega) has very little religious content at all. Bob Jones is very similar to Abeka. There are online options as well. Switched on Schoolhouse and Time4Learning are both very popular. (If you use SOS, go to the Duggar's website to get a discount code. T4L is secular.)
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