Starting in November--Where to Begin Lessons
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    Thankfulmom is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Hi. My daughter will start Time 4 Learning tomorrow. I am not sure what to do regarding the lessons. Since it is November, should I just start her with the first lessons in each subject? I know she will not finish all the lessons before next summer, but I didn't know if that would matter. She was doing virtual school and she is in the sixth grade. Thank you.

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    Mandy in TN is offline Senior Member
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    The easy answer- start at the very beginning a very good place to start

    Actually though, you may want to look at the topics and see if she has already mastered/ covered some of them. Those activities you may just want to skip. Especially if she is good in math and you don't want to be redundant, you may want to skip them as you come across them.

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    Hi

    We just started November 1st also. I am very glad we started from the begining. There is much he doesn't know and he was an A-B student in public school. . .

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    I second the votes for starting at the beginning . . . or even a grade level below what might be expected.

    If you choose not to do that, some parents have their kids take the tests FIRST, and only assign lessons for areas where the child does poorly on the (pre)test.

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