Article Spotlight~ Creating a Free Curriculum Using the Public Library Part 1: Language Arts
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*Homeschool families didn’t always have easy access to curriculum so they used the library. You still can (and should!)
*What is language arts and how do I teach it in an inexpensive way?
*So you have a library in your town. Now what?
*You can do this! Be creative and involve the kids!
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