Just started a 6th grader today. New to homeschooling - Should I just start anywhere?
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    Default Just started a 6th grader today. New to homeschooling - Should I just start anywhere?

    On the activity planner I don't see a way to jump in mid-year. Can I just skip lesson's he's done? Thanks!

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    Hi. Welcome!

    Here are detailed instructions for using the planner. You'll see that you can select the activities you want to add. How to Use the Activity Planner

    Some parents beginning mid year don't use the planner at all. They have their student take the chapter tests first. If they do well on the test, they don't have to do the lessons in that chapter. If they do not do well on a test, they do the lessons in that chapter and try the test again. In this way, the student is only studying material they don't already know.

    We did host a webinar awhile back about beginning mid-year. It is available in recorded form on YouTube. Beginning Homeschooling Mid-Year

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

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