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Old 08-21-2005, 02:04 PM   #3
erinee
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Default Re: Favorite Books and Resources

I love the original Charlotte Mason series. It just resonates so much with my ideas about how children learn best and how they should be treated. Ambleside Online is an amazing resource with so much information for those who want to use the CM method, even if they don't choose to use the AO reading list. And like Leslie said, it's all free!

I also use FIAR and love their messageboard. And Heather, you will be happy to hear I just ordered KONOS volume 1! I had picked up just the Obedience unit used at a homeschool book shop and loved what I saw, so we are doing it when we return from our vacation in September. Then I found volume 1 in its entirety used on a KONOS curriculum email list I'm on. I am so excited. I know unit studies aren't very CM, but my kids really love the hands-on stuff. I think we're going to have so much fun. We'll drop the FIAR when we are doing a KONOS unit but we'll keep up the AO readings (only a few minutes a day). I think all are wonderful resources.

Those are my favorites.
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