Lee, you wrote: "We used a literature based curriculum for high school, and my children read TONS of books in high school. What does literature-based learning look like in the REAL world, where parents are faced with the demands of homeschooling, housework, and household economics?" Where should I look to find out exactly how you did this please? My daughter loves reading and is now in 7th grade. I would like to plan her curriculum for HS using living books and classics like you did. But can you actually use living books for science? I've always wondered about that.
Also, since we are based in New Zealand, and are thinking about doing her university studies by distance, could you please advise if it is as competitive to get in to university as it is for kids who will actually be attending on campus? You have so much on your website that all looks so SCRUMPTIOUS that I will need to put aside time to read through it all and decide what resources I'll need.
I am so THANKFUL to GOD that I discovered you on the Schoolhouse Expo! In all honesty, you were my Best Find! God bless you. Many thanks again!
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