Can we talk curriculum? I'll be kinda new to homeschooling this fall (I HS'd #1 for K, but does that really count?). Let me know your thoughts on the following: Math: Teaching Textbooks (www.teachingtextbooks.com) for oldest, and Singapore for youngest Language Arts: Easy Grammar plus Daily Grams for oldest (who just had 5 years of A Beka), and A Beka for youngest I'm kinda doing my own thing for history and science, since those are our strong points. Lots of "real books". I'm looking at TruthQuest History right now; I want to stick with American History this year and transition to ancient history later on. I'm not sure what to do about Reading. Both kids read exceptionally well and far above their grade level. Both read almost constantly. Youngest probably needs a reading comprehension program to cover the bases. I also think I'll stick with A Beka phonics for her. How about spelling and writing? I have a few ideas on these but can't make a decision. Youngest needs to learn cursive this year and has been using Bob Jones. Oldest needs to learn more sentence structure and writing paragraphs, etc. She got a little of that last year, but not nearly enough. Any thoughts or suggestions are appreciated!