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Exploring Shakespeare With Children: How to Play with the Bard in your Homeschool

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Exploring Shakespeare with your children can be fun and easy

Don’t believe me?  Watch the video below, explore the resources I’ve rounded up, and then just start playing.

Experiencing the wit and beauty of Shakespeare (whether in reading, reciting, or memorizing) is one of my favorite things to do with my children.  I hope this post encourages you to incorporate some Shakespearean delight in your own home!

Do you have questions about enjoying Shakespeare as a family?  I’m happy to help with resources or tips to get you started. Drop your questions or ideas in the comments below. I can’t wait to hear from you!

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Gentle Introductions to Shakespeare

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Watching and Listening to Shakespeare

Be sure to check out all my Comparative Shakespeare Clips Playlists on YouTube:

Much Ado About Nothing Playlist

Shylock {Merchant of Venice} Playlist

To Be or Not To Be {Hamlet} Playlist

Julius Caesar Playlist

Playing with Shakespeare

Great Shakespearean Deaths Card Game {Watch my Facebook Live about this fun game here}

A few other articles about Shakespeare (and other literary life resources)

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What is your favorite Shakespeare play?

Join the conversation on Facebook or Instagram and tell me some of your favorite Shakespeare passages.  And don’t forget to sign up for my email list for subscriber exclusives!

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Amy Sloan and her husband, John, are second-generation homeschoolers by grace alone to 5 children ages 4, 7, 9, 12, and 14. Their educational philosophy is one of humility and doxology, and follows primarily a classical approach. Amy loves coffee, and starts getting nervous if the stack of to-be-read library books beside her bed is less than 2 feet tall. Get her started on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Homer, or Hamilton the Musical and it might be hard to get her to stop. Mostly, though, she gets really excited about the Gospel. The Sloan family adventures in North Carolina.

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