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Disclaimer: I'm not a "real" homeschooler. My ds entered kindy this year at a small school (62 kids, K-12), but we have always done an enormous amount of learning at home to this point and that is what this post is about.
So, I was given a set of 1968 Encyclopedia Britannicas.
They're a bit outdated, but it is a complete set and it is the E.B.
The people who gave them to us said "We know you do a lot at home, and these will help your kids learn to "look things up", so here you go."
I'm not sure if I want to keep them until the kids are of age to independently look stuff up and all, but I can't decide if I will regret it if I get rid of them.
Do you find that outdated resources like this are still usable to you in hs'ing, or am I wasting energy and space?
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