Although I Can Do All Things does have within-the-family copying privileges, I encourage you to buy a separate copy of this book for both students if you can afford to do so (and the same advise holds for the God and the History of Art book that you'll use later in CTG and beyond).ccpeterson wrote:Hi everyone! I just placed my order for Adventures. : ) My question is....since I'm using it with 2 children, do I need to buy any xtra workbooks or anything like that for the 2nd child, or do I just make photocopies? I bought the deluxe edition.
Thanks for your help. I'm looking forward to it!
We started GATHOA with just one book for two girls and soon I found that we had raggy copies and two girls trying to look at one book. Halfway through the year, I broke down and bought another book so each girl has one.
The books are a bit pricey but maybe you could tell Grandma that there's this art book you'd really like both boys to have (it would make a great birthday or even "back to school" gift).
You can certainly get by with one copy, but things just seem easier (and neater, and harder to lose) with two copies.