It can be so hard to figure out whether a child is really learning or if they are simply regurgitating facts they’ve been forced to learn. With education, you can find yourself asking, “is my child learning?” I know that I have had this debate myself as I have been homeschooling my two for the last almost 8 years. I am going to share my opinion on this but I want you to keep in mind that others may have a different perspective.
I am a Teaching Textbooks blogging ambassador and do receive my curriculum from them. However, all opinions are 100% my own.
We have been a Teaching Textbooks family for the last couple years and I have seriously loved it. It has been such a help for us and it has helped my oldest to thrive in Math. Before starting Teaching Textbooks she and I fought often about Math. Because of her dyslexia, she just wasn’t thriving with the curriculum we were using. However, when I first started using TT there were 10 things I didn’t know about Teaching Textbooks. I am going to share those with you so that you can get the most out of your Teaching Textbooks curriculum.
10 Things I Didn’t Know about Teaching Textbooks
I know that most people post these at the beginning of the school year. To be honest, I wanted to wait and see how things shook out. I always find that we make a change somewhere around December. That said, I wanted to share our 2017 – 2018 homeschool curriculum choices in case it will help you decide what you want to use this year. Please leave a comment and let me know what you plan to use this year.