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"Where Do I Begin?" Simply Classical Curriculum Placement

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    "Where Do I Begin?" Simply Classical Curriculum Placement

    For anyone interested, you can now visit the newly updated Simply Classical Curriculum webpage with these features:

    "About This Curriculum" and "Where Do I Begin?"

    "Where Do I Begin?" includes FAQ's to help you determine correct placement within the Simply Classical Curriculum. The Simply Classical Curriculum is designed for students with significant special needs.

    Students with mild learning difficulties may be better suited to learning from modified Memoria Press Core Curriculum packages. These are now fully customizable. As Rebecca writes, "MP workbooks have a simple (blunt) pattern to their layout that is similar through the levels. For most subjects a day's work is laid out so it can be seen all at once. Discussions and questions can be taken deeply or simple as the particular child needs. My eldest chose from MP curriculum selections to make a core. Her choices across three levels prove the strength of MP components for special-needs kids."


    Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child
    Cheryl Swope, M.Ed., with Foreword by Dr. Gene Edward Veith