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Simply Classical vs Charlotte Mason

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    #16
    Yes, the idea that the children had to make all the connections had me stumped too... my love for unit studies definitely wasn’t fitting! The gentle Karen Andreola interpretation of CM, where good literature and nature sketchbooks were most important is very different from the CM sites I found the last few years!

    There are are some real gems in the old threads here... I read a few pages worth any chance I get! ❤️

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