2 edition of Learning for living found in the catalog.
Learning for living
|Statement||Catholic Institute of Education.|
|Contributions||Catholic Institute of Education (South Africa)|
|LC Classifications||LC508.A2 L42 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||00311378|
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Our family is committed to LBC and use only CM and it's for the long road because we love what and how they're learning.". living book. Over the 14 years or so of homeschooling I have discovered the easiest, richest education is through living books. With living books as our core, we read and enjoy the content and characters, and branch off on any and many interesting studies as we go along.
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