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    I've never purchased a boxed curriculum but I'm considering doing it for my Izzy. I think we could use MBtP 11-13 for grades 7 and 8 while intermediately doing some road schooling with other things. I've used some MBtP before but only for novels never for social studies or science. She loves projects and hands on work but will do worksheets and writing when prompted. She has special needs which is why 11-13 and not a higher age.

    Has anyone done this particular set? I'd love to hear raves or rants.
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    I havent used it, but if youre willing to be flexible with it, and you think it will cover some of your needs while youre having fun roadschool adventures, why not? Just dont take their assignments or scheduling too seriously.
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    Just finishing this level this week.

    It's a great program, but depending on the level of special needs you might even use 10-12 for 7th and then do 11-13 for 8th/9th. 12-14 could be used as a freshman year.

    It's three subjects a day, science, LA, and SS. A lot of the projects are still hands -on, but not as much as they were in the early elementary of course.
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    Thanks so much. I'll look at the 10-12.

    ETA: She's read most of the literature for the 10-12 list and the science in her school. :-)

    Any chance you are looking to sell the 11-13?
    Last edited by Heather62; 01-23-2020 at 12:19 PM.
    Mom to D (2001) and Izzy (2006).

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