First I know it's "secular" curriculum. All these years of homeschooling I've been using things that are Catholic/Christian based and over all I've been reasonably happy with my choices. I could do what I have been doing and more, but I'm also looking at price. What appeals to me about the Complete Curriculum you can use any 10 ebooks you want for $29.95 per calendar year.
The books they offer are just core subjects math, social studies, English and science. With two kids I could have age/grade material for them for a very cheap price. I've heard that for the $29.95 fee you get access to the whole book, materials, but they are broken down into 180 lessons and each lesson is its own pdf file. So for the math material, for example, I would have to download 180 different files to get the complete math book. For an additional fee you can get the whole book, all the lessons, in ONE file. Or you can just spend the money for the book, one file, without the membership fee. (Buying each book as one file cost more then the yearly membership fee).
I really don't have anything more to say about Complete Curriculum. I'm wondering if any of my readers have heard of it? Have used it? Or know someone that has? What are your thoughts?
Or do you know of other whole curriculum options that uses primary ebooks. I would want access to their books and teacher manuals/answer keys. I'm really interested in making their tablet more of a learning tool and not just a gadget to play angry birds or watch Netflix!