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    Question Probably a "Well, d'uh!" moment for me but need to ask anyway...

    I'm wondering if I can move my kids ahead to where I want them to be with in a lesson level. For instance, if they are working in 3rd grade math and according to the program they are in chapter 1, can I have them skip chapters 1 & 2 to move on with chapter 3? I feel that for them chapter 1 is just busy work. Yes, there is value in reviewing what they've already learned, but my children are quite behind in math and need to "move on".

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    You can move them on, but it might take a while for the flashing arrow to catch up. You might want to print the lesson plans and use the Activity Finder for them to access their lessons, instead of following the arrow.

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    Default Thank you!

    Yay!! That's what I was hoping for!
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