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From: blessedby2 (node49-191-48-72.1dial.com)
Subject:         Re: Anyone using Ambleside Online?
Date: May 12, 2007 at 8:35 pm PST

In Reply to: Anyone using Ambleside Online? posted by cjcjmom on March 7, 2007 at 3:42 pm:

Hi! I have to agree with the others. Ambleside has a great, no
make that awesome, selection of books. I currently use the poetry,
literature, nature study, geography, and free reading selections
(which we use for our nightly bedtime readings). We use
Truthquest history for history instead of their suggestions. My
oldest is in year 2, and I am loving the selections. Some of these
books I missed as a child, and am so glad to have found these
gems. If nothing else, you should at least add the literature and
free reading to your homeschool. Poetry, nature study,
geography (especially H.C. Hollings books) and read alouds are
something that can be done with the whole family and don't have
to be done separately. Hope that helps!

Blessings,
Tracy


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