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My 1999 ed. of WTM recommends Introductory Logic and Intermediate Logic for 6th and 7th grades. Can anyone tell me if that is the recommendation in the current edition before I purchase them?
Thanks so much!
The recommendations for formal logic in 6-8th grade, from the 2016 edition, are: Martin Cothran, Traditional Logic (Memoria Press), or Joelle Hodge/Aaron Larsen/Shelly Johnson, The Discovery of Deduction (Classical Academic Press). Please note that “Traditional Logic” sometimes draws from Christian writings, whereas “The Discovery of Deduction” mostly does not.
I am homeschooling my son this year and he is in first grade. I have noticed that he is having some issues and want to get him tested for dyslexia and in some other areas. Unfortunately, our health insurance has currently lapsed, so I can’t reach out to his pediatrician at this time.
Can anyone suggest any resources to get him tested virtually or point me in the right direction in other ways?
I want to make sure I get him the help he needs and am glad that I was able to see what is going on with him.
Thanks in advance!
Can we use WTM as our guide if we deal with dyslexia/dysgraphia? has some articles that may be helpful in general, plus a link to our community forums. I would post this question on the Learning Challenges board – a lot of knowledgeable parents hang out there!