How do I transition? The plan (similar to AO) I’ve been using is so fleshed out (sometimes I think too much so) and geared to each kid in a level, that I’m so drawn to the SCM way, but don’t feel educated enough myself to do all of the adding in that I might need – nature books, more literature, historical bio. and tales, etc.
I’m overwhelmed at different cycles of history for my kids – dd 8, ds 5, dd almost 2, little one due in Oct or Nov. I love the idea of combining, but I don’t want the littles to miss out on things just right for them. Help!!!
Bookworm, I’ve read many of your posts and would love the DETAILS of what you do now. If you ever have a chance, you can email me at missceegee (AT) comcast (DOT) net. I would love to hear more.
I’m so at peace when I look at the SCM guide, then I look at the other and panic that I might not fit in all I should. How much is enough and how much is too much? I seem to be unable to tell. My dh wants me to pick a plan and stick to it, not that I can’t make changes, but he rightly says I need a roadmap to follow, not 3 maps.
Any advice welcome. 😕
Whats AO? I’m new to all this so I’m lost!missceegeeParticipant
Thank you, Michelle, for your personal encouragement and information.
I’m committed to following the SCM guide as my framework and using the other sites, like AO, as resource lists for possible books. It’s very clear that this is the Lord’s leading and I’m ready to follow! I have moments of weakness when I feel as if I can’t put it all together, but the Lord shows me again and again that “I can do all things through Christ”, when it’s His plan I follow instead of mine.
Kelsy, AO stands for Ambleside Online, the CM style curriculum that first introduced my to CM.
OK, details from Michelle? I’m jealous!! 🙂 Thank-you, Michelle, for your kind encouragement on this site!
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