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    MichelleJ is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Five In A Row and T4L

    I'm a newbie on the forum but not new to T4L. I use it with my Down Syndrome daughter and I wanted to incorporate it into the FIAR curriculum. She loves to "read" books and I have a new found love for lapbooks (in fiar speak they are called fold'n'learn. Does anyone have any experience in using both curriculums?

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    hearthstone_academy is offline Administrator
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    Michelle, welcome! We are long-time users of both Five in a Row and Time4Learning. We do Time4Learning in the morning and Five in a Row in the afternoon. This year, we made thirty lapbooks to go along with our Five in a Row lessons! I bought a few of the FIAR FoldnLearns, but I got most of my lapbooking ideas and printouts from .

    I think the two programs are a perfect fit. I have always been attracted to the classical method, and literature-based lessons. I want my kids to be tech-savvy in this world, too. With T4L and FIAR, we're getting both.

    BTW, my youngest son has Down syndrome, so you and I appear to have a lot in common!

    You might be interested in Using Time4Learning for Children with Down Syndrome and Using Time4Learning with Five in a Row.

    Mom of six . . . current students and homeschool graduates. Enjoying using Time4Learning since 2006!

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