What to Read Wednesday: Children’s Classic Books

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How we learn with children’s classics

Sharing children’s classics with my kids is one of the true joys of homeschooling. Whether they read independently, we read aloud together, or they listen to an audio book, sharing a wonderful story is an enriching experience. We have built up a pretty impressive book list over our years of homeschooling, rediscovering some of my childhood favorites and finding new classics in the making.

We get together with other families each month for a literature discussion group, and we’ve read and shared some wonderful books and enrichment experiences though field trips and hands-on projects.

Here are just a few of the classic books and activities we’ve shared

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Comments (2)

  1. Sharisse

    I love the classics! I enjoyed reading them throughout school, and I’ve made it a point to try to re-read them as an adult and to read ones I didn’t as a child. It’s amazing how they transcend time and have such an enriching experience on our lives, no matter what age we are when we read them.

    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      It’s so fun to revisit books again with our kids, isn’t it?


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