Mom of 9

by Diane R
(St. Michael, MN)

When we began Tapestry of Grace, I asked my oldest daughter what she thought of it after the first few weeks. She told me that I didn't seem so 'scatter-brained'. Because I seemed more comfortable and confident in what I was teaching, she was more comfortable and confident as a student.

We began Tapestry of Grace by schooling 5 students and have added another. I was trying to put together too many different things. TOG helped to streamline my planning and our learning. It is a curriculum that I would create if I had the time and energy.

The biggest challenge for me using TOG (Tapestry of Grace) is that I have to not do 'everything'. I need to leave some things for next time we go through TOG.

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