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    Default Lesson plans?

    How do you figure out a lesson plan? I'm new to this and not sure what I should be doing. I have a 4 (almost 5) year old, he did some of the online lessons this morning (he also goes to a special pre-k class at our neighborhood school, but beginning next school year, I will be homeschooling him). What kind of things should I look into doing with him?

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    Bobbi Gregory is offline Junior Member
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    I finally found the activity scheduler after two weeks of muddling through. Its on the first page when you log in as a parent. You put in the starting date and ending date you want and answer a few other questions and it does it all for you. Then you can print it out by the week and you'll know exactly what you are doing. I have a k daughter and 1st grader doing t4l and I think that this will help me keep them moving along in a more even level. (doing a certain amount of math and LA every day instead of loading up on one or the other). I hope that helps you! Good luck!

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