1 D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths
He often looks these up in the dictionary, and adds them as he can to his own personal arsenal of words.
1.) Customization: Is it easily adaptable? Can we customize it to fit “us?” Can we modify or set our own schedule? Can we take breaks, jump ahead, or flat out skip?
I found it easier to do the lessons in order. I wouldn't jump around much so you can get the full experience using the unit reviews, etc. We took a couple of days to read the myths and do each lesson, and we have done 1-2 lessons each week.
3.) Attention span: Is it boring? Is it engaging? Is it varied enough for ADHD? Does it last too long?
The lessons aren't too long at all, and the colorful pages and interesting stories in the book make it fun and entertaining. I think this is very Autism and ADHD friendly for that aspect alone. The pages in the study guide are black and white, so there's no distractions or anything like that. There is some writing to be done with the questions.
4.) Does it tie into other things we already have.