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Sodalitas Special Needs

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    Re: Sodalitas Special Needs

    Originally posted by SPearson View Post

    Side note: Owen has powered through 90 some lessons of R&S math and tells everyone math is his favorite subject. (I had mentioned in the fall that since he didn't have the R&S 1 last year we are having to double up and crank through all of the first 85 or so fully, along with all the supporting worksheets, to get to the proper place in the lesson plans.)

    SusanP in VA

    Hooray! Or, as my daughter would say, "Euge!" (trans. "Well done!")

    Math as a favorite subject -- great to hear.

    And thanks for bringing up Sodalitas, SusanP. I know you have your own internal rudder and plenty of true wind in your sails, but you helped me make a needed decision nonetheless.