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Welcome to another week of Trivium Tuesdays! For those of you who are new here today, this link-up is hosted by Living and Learning at Home (that's me!) and Classically Homeschooling and is aimed at encouraging and informing other homeschoolers who use the Classical model of teaching. Here we can share with each other and learn from one another.
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Featured Post from Last Week
I've heard many people talk about the pros and cons of teaching our children ancient mythology. It's definitely not an easy topic to figure out. I thought this was a neat approach from Grammarlings. Jennifer is purposefully planning on pairing the myths of different ancient cultures with Biblical truths. What do you think? How have you approached the topic of false beliefs with your children?
Have you taken a look at all of the amazing resources included in the Omnibus eBook bundle this year? Tons of notebooking pages, copywork, planners, and encouragement of every kind!
Take a minute to check it out, and then if you decide you want it, get it from my link and I'll be happy to give you a BONUS $10 gift card to Classical Copywork as a thank you.
This Week's Link-Up
Here are the rules:
- Your post must have to do (in some way) with classical homeschooling (any age children).
- Your post may be from your archives as long as you only post it one time on this link-up.
- Please link to your direct post, not your blog in general.
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