Thursday, May 13, 2010
I am finding most recently towards the end of this year my youngest is starting to love to write in workbooks so as usual, this could change :).
The closest thing we do to a work book would probably be their Learning Language Through Literature. But it doesn't have the redundant feel of an actual workbook method program.
Anyway, I'm getting off-track here- someone from our AKOL group just shared this "new to me" program and as I look at it I really like it and thought I would share.
I am not positive we will be using it for my oldest, but my younger son might really enjoy drawing and writing for his written narration.
He instinctively draws pictures when doing his written narration anyway, so this might inspire him to do a bit more~ Here is the link where you can find this program: Scribe System
Posted by tracey desrochers at 5:19 PM
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