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Is it really necessary to study reading, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, composition, and literature as separate subjects? In our experience, the answer has usually been "no" and being able to combine the different aspects of Language Arts has kept the entire subject more manageable. Homeschooling language arts.

Language Arts – Covering the Subject

Click here to grab our RSS feed and make sure you don’t miss our next post. Some links may be affiliate links, please see our Disclosures page for more information.Effective communication skills are some of the most important things students will learn, and will help them be successful in life after high school. Reading well […]

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