In general SOS is two full grade levels below the state curriculum (and I live in a low performing state).
In spite of this, it manages to be difficult because it is written in a way that is NOT user friendly. I think that in the social studies and English SOS intentionally uses big words to hide the lack of academic standards.
While, I will grant, it is easy and takes little prep time, it will more likely deprive your child of an education, than help him excel.
I believe that Christian programs should have the highest, not the lowest, educational standards (remember Daniel was 10x wiser than the other astrologers).
Okay, now that I’ve read the comments I’ve totlaly forgotten what I was going to say about one of the questions you answered. Oh well.We celebrate Halloween, mainly as a chance to dress up and act silly. My kids are having fun with ghost books, but they’re big fans of Scooby Doo, where the ghost is always a person in a mask.So, no real problem with Halloween.