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I love to read. But not all of my kids like to read, which I can't figure out. This presented a bit of a challenge when it came to reading lists for high school literature. I had naively expected that my kids would love books and be interested in studying literature, and that the biggest difficulty would be in narrowing down the list of books that they wanted to read. That's not how it's turned out. Instead, we've needed to narrow down the list of books to those that I think are the most important for them to read, and that they were willing to tackle.
Join me at The Homeschool Post for the rest of this post, including the reading lists we worked from.
How do you include literature in your homeschool, and do your students read eagerly or reluctantly? Leave a comment and let me know!
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