Hate to say it, but we've chucked KONOS. Anyone want to buy it? :) It was WAY to library dependent. My library isn't that great. I thought there would be some sort of background/story included with the lessons (like Weaver) but it's really just a list of activities and resources.
I don't like jumping around so much, but I feel that it's better to do it now (while they are young) than later...
*B* started LLATL - Yellow this week. She is doing a wonderful job! I had some issues with the copywork assignment on day 1, but I got some wonderful advice from the WTM boards. (Thank You!) The biggest problem was the "paper." I had her redo it on HWT paper and she did wonderful. We've just started HWT but the way they do the lines has made a tremendous difference in the quality of her handwriting. I'm very impressed.
*T* is buzzing through 100 Easy Lessons. He loves to do it! His favorite part is his little "worksheets" to practice letter writing.
*C* is picking up pace in Singapore PM 1A. I'm afraid he'll surpass his sister before the year is up. Though she may surprise me.
I have Prima Latina TM and as soon as I can get 2 workbooks we will begin. I was going to try it without the workbooks, but my kids crave seatwork... no lie... I finish reading a book (history, science, you name it) and the first thing I hear is, "Can I do my school book now?"