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Can someone look at the Year 2 week plan titles for TOG and tell me if I am seeing correctly that they basically cover SCM years 4 and 5 in that one year? I was checking it out since I got the free unit and to be honest, the spines in SCM year 2 (doing now) and year 3 just don’t do anything for me. I just hate spines and am working on accepting that! LOL So I was looking at TOG. My other option is All Through the Ages. I only have dd7 and ds4 so I just don’t think I need super intense… anyway… am I crazy or do they fly through the material?jeaninpaParticipant
TOG does history in a four year cycle. SCM does it in six, so it’s likely that TOG will be covering things much faster. TOG is a great program, but my exact words to describe it in the year that I used it would be “super intense”. You might like Truthquest. It is similar to All Through the Ages in some ways, but TQ includes commentary from the author as well as a list of living books, listed chronologically.Wings2flyParticipant
I am not very familiar with TOG, but going by the link you gave, half way through unit 3 would be the start of SCM module 5 which covers 1550 – 1850, including Jamestown 1604 and Pilgrims 1620 and early American colonists and Revolutionary War.
We have greatly enjoyed studying American history. It is ds 9 favororite subject and we read it daily. We spent a whole year on 1550-1800, & another year on 1800’s and we are currently using the Prairie Primer and Little House books. In the end we will have spent 3 years on modules 5 & 6 by adding in extras we like.
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