Disclaimer: the majority of the content in this manual is already available free of charge in my blog posts here on Afterthoughts. There is some new content added in terms of history and background, plus an additional exercise that I haven’t shared before on this blog.
So what’s the value in it? Well, it organizes the information into one convenient location with a linked table of contents and easy clicks to my videos. The manual includes images of what the movement should (and should not!) look like paired with the instructions to give your child for each particular exercise. In addition, I’ve included a bunch of tips for teaching and an image that makes referencing the correct video hosted here on Afterthoughts a single click away. This will be particularly useful for those who desire to use the manual directly on your tablet (as a PDF) rather than printing it out.
In these pages you can view the Table of Contents, a page of text, and a page of instructions complete with pictures and links. I hope this will help you decide whether or not this product is a good fit for your family.
I have a full list of FAQ’s on the Swedish Drill Revisited page, so I won’t belabor you with lots of details here.
For now, I want you to know how thrilled I am to give you a chance to do what we have done in the past year. It was a joy doing Swedish Drill in a co-op setting (and I’ll be talking about this more in my next post).
I hope you like it and find this a blessing on your homeschool! My dream is to be able to develop an additional manual next year after I have another year of co-op teaching under my belt.
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