Was it only last year that AmblesideOnline debuted their new AO for Groups curriculum? I think so. It’s still fairly new, and many folks don’t even know it’s there. Those who do sometimes find it confusing. It’s actually quite simple. You just need to learn to think about the years in a different way: it’s basically a series of three-year loop schedules.
If you have closely-spaced children who are also school age but currently illiterate (or just not literate enough for AO’s high reading level), AO for Groups (abbreviated AO4G) is for you!
This tutorial is meant to show you the sequencing. It’s “How to Use AO for Groups” in the sense of how it’d work out year by year for a family — who would do what year of AO4G at what age? How does the progression work? I hope that by watching this video, how the A-B-C years will work with many children will start to make sense.
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