Today I’m over at Simple Homeschool talking about how we use audiobooks in our homeschool. You don’t have to be a homeschooler to put these tips into practice (although I’d be surprised if you wanted to listen to history curriculum just because).
From the post:
I love to read, and so far (knock on wood) we seem to be raising kids who love to read as well. Despite my love of reading actual paper books for myself, to my kids, and with my kids, over the past few years I’ve come to rely heavily on audiobooks in our homeschool.
We have four kids at four different grade levels, and using audiobooks helps preserve my voice (especially during spring allergy season) and my sanity (all the year round) when this introvert needs a break from the noise noise noise noise.
Aside from the obvious convenience factor of audiobooks, they bring a richness and depth to our literary experience that we couldn’t get any other way.
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