Today was the last day of school for us. And before I've even got the schoolroom cleared out, I'm already planning for next year.
We've used Seton for the last two years, and while it's been a dream for me (the books in every subject are already picked out for me, the lesson plans are made, I just have to roll in autopilot), I don't think it's the best for my younger niece. The nothing-but-textbook style just isn't the best way for her to learn.
So I think I'm going to (for her at least) try to piece together my own curriculum. She is most definitely a right-brained learner. Art, colors, big pictures, stories, visual-oriented lessons are helpful... anything with lecture, multi-step processes, black and white text, etc. are just not going to cut it.
Anybody out there with a right brain child? I'm looking for third and fourth grade curriculum resources in every subject. Hit me with your best stuff!