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  1. Its great that you found books that had similar themes so you could continue how your used to doing things. I really like how you center your activities with what book your doing. I need to keep this in mind for next year when my son starts school.

  2. This was very helpful to me. I just wanted to write to say thank you and I’m looking forward to more of your great ideas.

  3. I have 2 boys who are also 5 years apart. They will 10 and 5 respectively this year. I’m inspired by how you are doing learning together with your kids. I’m just wondering how this will work out when they are at higher grade levels? Currently, I’m still thinking if I should just go with on of those pre-planned curriculums like Sonlight or TOG. I just can’t imagine how I’d be able to plan their education scope without any guidelines. Kindly advise. Thank you:)

  4. I haven’t read a few of these books with the kids. I’ll have to see if I can get my hands on Hannah’s Cold Winter. Thanks for sharing!

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