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    We have the Draw Write Now books! Our OT loves them for my DS.

    That sounds like a horrible tax! Especially when there doesnt seem like there are a lot of domestically grown options.

    Does Critical Thimking Co offer ebook versions? I know at one point they had really paininthebutt computer versions of some of their stuff. Like, you could do the pages on the computer, but couldnt resize or anything.

    Let us know if you need help!
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    RTB: We have 8 weeks till the end of the year.

    Inmom: thank you for the reassurance!

    AM: Great to hear Draw Write Now is good. Critical Thinking Co has an ebook version but only for Windows. We are a Mac household. So would have to buy the paper copy. I don't really want to do a software or app version.
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    NZ - Ouch! That's a steep tax. Does the tax apply to digital curricula? Can you buy stuff and print yourself or send the file to an office supply store for printing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RTB View Post
    Does the tax apply to digital curricula? Can you buy stuff and print yourself or send the file to an office supply store for printing?
    Not sure if it applies to digital. I do try buy digital copies for as many things as possible. Although the printing ends up to be a lot. Critical Thinking Co. does not seem to have ebooks for Mac.
    New Zealand-based. DD 11 (year 6 [NZ system]) homeschooled, and DD 6 (year 1 [NZ system]) who is currently trying out public school.

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    A little late to the party but I bought the entire Draw Write Now set for my kids when my oldest kids were in early elementary. I still have them and every one of my kids have enjoyed using them. I plan to keep them around for the someday when I have grandkids coming around. They are great and even neighbor kids who would visit our house or spend the night liked using them.

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