Parts of Speech?????
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    anderson93 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Parts of Speech?????

    My son is in 5th grade. Should he be doing parts of speech daily since the spelling is in that?

    What we have been doing is when he signs in he goes to language and clicks on whatever area he is working in. Let's say for instance at the beginning he had antonyms. He did that lesson one day. Then the next day he had the quiz. Is this how you do it daily for each subject?

    Is everything laid out day to day like that? One lesson a day in each subject?

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    I'm not sure what you mean when you say the spelling is "in" parts of speech.

    Many parents want their student to finish approximately a grade level during a school year. The lesson plans allow you to see how many lesson activities are in each subject. You can divide the number of activities by the number of days in your school year (usually 180) to see how many lesson activities your child needs to do per day to complete a level during the school year.

    Other parents allow their student to proceed at their own, doing as many or as few lesson activities as they can absorb during a school day. Used this way ("self-paced"), a child may complete more or less than a grade level during a school year.

    Time4Learning is a very flexible program, so there is no "right" way to do it.

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