AUT-2B-HOME IN CAROLINA ~ Teaching our twenty-five-year-old daughter with autism and aphasia, who is still learning about God, the world, and its people with a little help from Charlotte Mason
Hmm, do you mean 'click on the tiny little square and hope that a picture will materialize?CheersThis is my calling card or link"Whittereronautism"until blogger comments get themselves sorted out.
Thanks for praying!! Our electricity is back on after only off for 3 days. Praise God! I'll blog about it soon. ;)
You came to visit me on "VOX"...thank you!We just began homeschooling in October and it is a challenge. From ome Tammy to another...I will be back to read more...it is 2:45AM and I finally got my turn on the computer. I have to get some reast as Junior has Speech Therapy tommarow and I promised to take the kids to play at MCDonalds.I will be putting you on my main link list.
Commone denominators is tough for us. I'm looking forward to seeing how you present it...
I think the picture works now . . . if not, let me know!Bonnie, I did nothing beyond how it is presented in Making Math Meaningful. Pamela has completed Levels 1 through 5 and is halfway through Level 6. After this, I plan to have her try Math-U-See pre-algebra.
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