Organization System for T4L as a Core Curriculum
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    Hello. I am new to Time4Learning and am considering using it as my core program this year. I began by making an activity calendar, but what system do you use to organize your daily activity so that you complete a well balanced day of coursework? Across the year, I would like to complete the entire curriculum with space for vacations and supplements. I was thinking of using the activities calendar to make my own document that breaks down each subject side-by-side. Though I entered all subjects, the activities calendar only doles out the lessons for the year for each subject independently. I would prefer them to display alongside each other. So, before I reinvent the wheel, I would love to hear what you all are doing (if you are using T4L as your core). If there is a thread that already addresses this, please feel free to point me in that direction. Thanks!

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    Hi. I don't like to feel pressured to move on if my child needs more practice, so I just go with a very general "idea" of a schedule. At the beginning of the school year, I'll say something like, "Do two math, one language arts, one science, and two social studies each day." Then I check each week to make sure we're on track. That's the extent of my planning.

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

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    Here is an example of what we do at the upper level: (1 lesson in each--child has dyslexia and ADHD)

    Monday--history, math, and art
    Tuesday--math, language, science
    Wednesday--language extensions, math, history
    Thursday--art, science, math
    Friday--language extensions, math, one free choice or a supplement from another source
    Joyfully,
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpenn View Post
    Here is an example of what we do at the upper level: (1 lesson in each--child has dyslexia and ADHD)

    Monday--history, math, and art
    Tuesday--math, language, science
    Wednesday--language extensions, math, history
    Thursday--art, science, math
    Friday--language extensions, math, one free choice or a supplement from another source
    Hi Jackie!

    When you say 1 lesson are you meaning 1 activity? Thanks!

    Shandra

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