Most people know you can underline and take notes with Kindle documents. But what I realized is that there was a new way I could use that feature. I could highlight points I wanted them to notice. I could highlight the point where I wanted them to stop a reading. I could add notes- and my notes are questions, narration questions. I could write the notes for myself, too. This way, when they finish a chapter I take the Kindle and revisit my notes for the book and see a handy reminder of any points I want to discuss with them, or questions I wanted to ask.
I imagine they could do the same- read my Kindle, underline stuff they found important or interesting, type in their own notes and response to my questions.
It's not *necessary,* but golly, gee, this gadget is FUN!
The Food Renegade Course may be a bit radical. If you agreed with the general content of Michael Pollan's books The Omnivore's Dilemma, and In Defense of Food, you will probably find this food and nutrition course a good fit for your family.
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