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Old 01-17-2006, 04:41 PM
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Thumbs up I Use S.O.S.

I have been using Switched On School House to homeschool my son. We have gone through grade 3 and are now using grade 4.
He loves it. He is learning so much, we travel all over the world on the computer. They have great science projects, and the math is made to discover. Daniel was getting D,s and F,s in public school in Cal. now that we have moved to Arizona I am home schooling. We have more time together and a deeper bond with each other, and I am learning somethings too. I highly recommend this program by Alpha Omega Publications.
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We started using SOS this year too. My kids, grades 5/6 and 9th love it. I love not grading papers! Jasmine didn't like science at all but is almost done for the year with a A average. We will keep using it.
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Could you give me a website for this? I homeschool and am interested.
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Happy face Sos

You can order SOS from the web site:
Alpha Omega Publications go to the homeschooling site on the directory and you will see switched on school house. They will help you with everything you need.
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You can buy used SOS and lots more at www.vegsource.com/homeschool/
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It's also available at www.rainbowresource.com they have a lot of stuff for homeschooling & the prices are really good.
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I use Thomson/education direct (which is now Penn).

I really like them. Son does majority of tests online. Can ask questions if needed. They give you all the materials.

He only has one more test to finish and he is done with his highschool education.

I have some books I'm selling....
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