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    “Although I am not a homeschool mom, I could so relate to what you are saying about the different ability levels and not being able to be with everyone at once. I teach high needs middle school age students. Their developmental levels range from “age 18 months” to “scattered mid-elementary academics with a whole lot of street smarts”. I am required by the state of VA to cover the state standards for middle school age students with all of them! In order to do this, I have set up units that have three levels of learning. I love your Oregon Trail Unit and can’t wait to put it to good use.”

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    Cindy
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    “Thank you for all your encouragement. I find myself homeschooling again after I thought I was past that. But God is faithful. Having a child late in life after my older children we’re grown has been a blessing beyond measure. Not only did we homeschool our older children, but now we get to share it with our grandchildren also. Your units are amazing and ALL your hard work is a blessing to others. Thank you for sharing your gift with others.”

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