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From: Kellie Trent (67.58.115.223)
Subject:         Re: Anyone have experience with Living Books Curriculum?
Date: August 5, 2010 at 3:46 pm PST

In Reply to: Anyone have experience with Living Books Curriculum? posted by Cheryl on May 18, 2009 at 6:05 am:

I know this is late and hopefully you have already decided to use Living
books. In my limited experience, I have seen how much better my
children retain information when it is presented in story format vs just
facts and boring details. I believe I read it in one of the Charlotte
Mason resources that with living books, Children develop a
relationship with the character which helps them retain. Also, you
definately want to do Narration. It is an intragal part of using living
books.


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