You do not have to do it the order that is listed.blessedmom2 wrote:In the sample grid for Adventures, it starts off with Bible and going down lists spelling, english, history, etc. Is that the order you are supposed to do the subjects? Does it matter what order?
Can someone tell me what a typical day is like? Are you mostly on the couch, or at the table, or back and forth?
How do you do math with both children at once? I guess I am more worried about math and LA than anything else, because they both need teaching. I am not sure if I should set aside a time for "math" where they both do math at once and I try to go back and forth, or better to do one on one....
I know some moms do all teaching of one child at once, like they set aside one hour and teach their first grader math, reading, phonics, etc all at once and then the child goes and does the seat work needed. And some do it by subject. I am not sure yet what we will do. I have been teaching mine one at a time. Thanks!
I typically go from Bible to history, and then go back to the individual subjects of math/language arts.
One child has always done her math/language arts before starting the other things. She's an early morning person.
We're back and forth between tables/sofas/floors.
There is a section in the Teacher's Manual called "Help! How do I fit everything in?" that gives a sample suggestion for moving through the morning.