They do what they do.
Thinking about schools and peers and parent-child attachments....I came across one of my favorite posts .
Congratulations! I reviewed high school geometry and algebra 2 with ALEKS last fall, and it was a great feeling to get it done. Those pie pieces are so motivating.
The full pie is so wonderfully satisfying! Congratulations! I need to do their Algebra 2 course. Right now, I'm trying to keep up with my son by doing a week's worth of problems on the weekend before they are assigned. That plan is getting old *very* quickly!
They are, aren't they!I wish to heck they had a PSAT prep option. They probably will have at some point but we need it now.
(I meant: the pie slices are highly satisfying.)
Congratulations! They do what they do, but you do what you do. I have no idea how you do it all, but you do! You're my hero.
Thanks, concerned!I love that!I'm taking a deep breath....today might be FLUENZ RE-ENTRY.
Catherine,How well do you think Fluenz would work with a 10-to-12-year-old?Their website says that it was developed with adults in mind, but I'm looking for a Spanish course that my child can study indepedently.Because of scheduling conflicts it's likely my child won't be able to begin Spanish 1 until high school. In the meantime I'm looking for an indepedent study course that will work for a middle-schooler.Would Fluenz work for that age group, do you think, or should I keep looking?
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