Robinson Curriculum Reviews: Adding the 4th R called Religion

The 4th component of the Catholic Robinson Curriculum in my house is Religion.  This is our best subject.  We added one hour to the suggested 5 hour schedule.    This is 6 year old Iggy Pio teaching Hail Mary.  So cute.

 

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