I Love the Alpha Omega LifePac Curriculum

by Patricia
(Tennessee)

I am currently using the 5 course 7th grade Alpha Omega LifePac curriculum to teach my son. After years of scouring for curriculum that suits our needs, this is the first year that we've tried LifePac and we will definitely continue to use them. I could kick myself for not trying them sooner.

The Alpha Omega curriculum has numerous plus factors. I like the fact that each subject is broken down into 10 separate books which relieves the stress of learning (and teaching). I'm impressed that the lesson instructions make it extremely easy for me to teach and easy for my son to learn. They also offer elective materials for those high school years.

The fact that the workbook and the textbook are together in a worktext format is less for me to keep up with, which is another plus. It appears that they are currently working to include the teacher's guides in the worktext books as well. Again, one less book to keep up with when that transition is complete. Speaking of the teacher's guides, those offer helpful teaching tips - and additional work if your child needs that extra challenge.

Tests are included with each worktext book. If you're like me, and don't like to test, use these to review the lessons!

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by: KSLois

We are starting our 2nd year of Alpha Omega's Switched on Schoolhouse.

Like you, after searching and trying, this fits our family. We are working on 4th grade curriculum, and the fluency of each course working with the others is nice.

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