While books might be the first thing you think of when it comes to education, there’s something very inviting about literature based learning. When it comes to homeschooling my kids, we love using literature based homeschool curriculum, and today I’m sharing a few reasons why this idea is enjoyable and beneficial to everyone. For The Best Kids Activities & Inspiration 5 Reasons to Love Literature Based Homeschool Curriculum 1. Quality Time Literature based learning may mean that you’re taking a bit more time to teach your kids, but it’s quality time well spent. Reading aloud to your children from books that reflect your beliefs, morals, and ideas of various subjects helps to create that quality time with your kids. Growing your relationship with your children by spending time together curled up hooked into a great book. This quality time will help encourage your kids to have the desire to read more. 2. Learning What Life Was Like With literature based learning the kids are soaking in what life was like during the period you are reading aloud or having them read. Books free up the imagination to envision what was going on during a particular period or event. Rather […]
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