Non-Religious 2019 Second-Grade Curriculum Kit Customizer (Overflow)

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Non-Religious Second-Grade Curriculum Kit
Sarah, Thank you for your review! We truly appreciate hearing about your experience with our curriculum kit! I am so sorry for the confusion on customizing, that would have been so frustrating, but I am glad you have worked it out. I did want to respond about the curriculum being able to be child-led, and hopefully, this helps. It is perfectly normal to take a while to settle into a new routine. That you have to oversee a lot of the curriculum right now is ok! But once you have gotten your feet wet with what homeschooling looks like in your family, it could be an excellent time to sit down and make some goals for how you would like the rest of the year to go. Maybe even break it down to how the next couple of weeks or month goes. You could start by generating two schedules (just a checklist written out or using our scheduler), one for you to manage and one for your daughter to manage, or instead highlight the topics on your main schedule that you want her to do. If your daughter's schedule includes only everything she can currently work on independently MOST of the time, only needing your assistance occasionally, that would be a great place to start. Then we would suggest setting up a reward system for what works for you both. Maybe a movie on Friday night, family game night, a new book from the library, one-on-one time with mom, baking together, etc. Whatever would motivate and reward your daughter and be sustainable for you. When we were growing up (Timberdoodle prodigy here), our reward was a family video night on Friday. Those that got their school done got to watch; those that didn't were in their rooms finishing up their school lists. Then give your daughter her list to work on during the times you want her to be independent. Depending on where she is in her ability to self-direct, you may need to start with assisting her to self-directing. So, 'here is your list, pick two things off it and do them, then come talk to me,' or, 'Let's read the directions/watch the instruction/read the chapter together, and then you need to complete this activity,' etc. By slowly increasing the expectations and her responsibilities, she should begin to become self-directed. I hope this helps! Please feel free to contact me directly at if you have any further questions or need more specific ideas. --Hope for the Timberdoodle team
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