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    Default This week's Curriculum Review Request is for: Time4Writing

    This week's Curriculum Review Request is for: Time4Writing
    This week's curriculum review request is... Time4Writing
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    Now that we have a super-dee-duper secular curriculum review section of our website, we thought we would make it easy to remember to post reviews of your favorite (and not-so-favorite) curriculum resources. To accomplish that, we're going to focus on one curriculum product each week, and link you directly to the review form for that curriculum. (Big thanks to dbmamaz for this idea!!)

    Once you have shared your review, we will work hard to get it up quickly on the site and it will be available to view both from the Curriculum Review page AND the "Read Reviews" link next to the curriculum listing in our directory.

    We thank you BIG TIME in advance for submitting your reviews because they are going to be so helpful to our members who are trying hard to decide about curriculum purchases for the coming year.

    So...we are all ears...

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    We literally just started high school mechanics with time4writing a week ago, I'll be able to give a thorough review in a few weeks.

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    We had a terrible experience with Time4Learning 8th grade science. A secular Science program is the one subject I've been struggling to find. When my daughter and I checked it out my daughter said it seemed boring, but that nothing could be as boring as 7th grade science she had in school the previous year. So I thought great, it's an easy way to just get science done. But then she started it. She tried to push through and after about a month she said, mom, I can't, it's awful, it makes 7th grade science at school seem ok. I went on myself and tried to watch a few of the video and I thought if I had to use this program to get through science class I would poke my eyes out. Very disappointed. Back to the drawing board.

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