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    I am branching out this next year and pulling together my own curriculum. One area I want to focus on is writing. My daughter is a middle schooler and I am planning to enroll her into the Time4Writing classes. My question is to anyone who has used these. How much time each week did this take up? Was it set up to be done 5 days a week or was it less?
    I am trying to set up a weekly schedule so that she is not overwhelmed.

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    Welcome! I dont know that many people here would use a program like that for improving writing skills. But good luck with it.
    Are there aspects of writing (grammar, composition, revision, or something else) that you feel need special attention?
    Homeschooling DS11, DS5.

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    My spelling and typing are fine, its my keyboard that doesnt cooperate.

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    I haven't used them, but I've talked to people who have. I've heard they're pretty basic, but not bad and that they don't take a ton of time.
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    I am looking for a program that will teach her the basics of grammar and putting together an essay in a step by step format. It seems that our public school system was very multiple choice test heavy and now she has essay questions as part of her homeschool program. So I have realized this year that she needs some help with essay writing.
    I have read several reviews that gave positive feedback on the program. I was wanting to know how much time because I don't want it to consume all of our ELA time.
    Rene in Georgia homeschooling DD, age 11

    Attempting to raise a free thinker in the Deep South- wish me luck!

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