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    Hi - I saw your post on another thread and wanted to talk to you. :-) I also pulled my 9 year old son out of 4th grade this year, nine weeks into the school year. We are using First Language Lessons - and really like it - but it ends with 4th grade. I've been searching for a new language arts program - how do you/your son like MCT? What do you like/not like about it? Would love to compare notes, since our sons are the same age and had pretty much the same length of time in public school. We are doing a full (well, full to me!) curriculum - math, science, history, writing, spelling, phonics, language. We like most everything we are using, though we don't LOVE all of it.
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working-at-home mother of two.
homeschooling the 11yo boy.
the girl is 14 (8th grade) and loves her public school.
they are very very different kids.


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