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9-11 package with 3 students

Kathy M
Montrose, CO
How does it look with 3 students doing the same package? I get duplicating the consumables/unit books, but what about the readers books. I really don't want 3 copies of each book. Can anyone who has taught multiples shed light on this program and how it actually can function? Thank you!Kathy
Keith H
College Station, TX
Hi Kathy,

The only books that you may want to consider duplicating are the language arts readers. This way your three kids can all read the novel at the same time instead of having to share. The science and social studies books are quite easy to share.

We do have a package called Language Arts Readers for this specific purpose.

Let me know if you have any additional questions.

Ashley J
Tucson, AZ
I'm in a similar situation...last year I did ages 5-7, 6-8, and 7-9 for my 7, 8, and 9 year olds. This year I'm only using the social studies portion. Would it be practical to use the 8-10 S.S. for all 3 of them? Ages 8,9,10
Angela D
La Grande, OR
I think that would be perfectly reasonable. Many families will combine children on one level. This is less expensive, easier on the parent, and usually more fun for the students.