Conversation Between quabbin and alena_w

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  1. Hi. My spreadsheet does actually have a kindergarten tab, if you go all the way to the right. I used HWOT, Singapore Math and the Miquon red book, some Phonics Pathways and LOE Foundations B, BFSU K-2, How to Teach Art to Children, Etiquette for Beginners, and then homemade memory work (just common sayings, mostly) and copywork.
  2. I came across your spreadsheet and I think it is great! I am new to homeschooling and your spreadsheet is exactly what I was looking for. If you don't mind me asking, what did you use for kindergarten?

    Thank you,

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