When my daughter was young, she was all about exploring, making things with tons of tape and cardboard, asking lots of questions, wondering “why’s” and always eager to learn new things. So when we were looking for a elementary curriculum, we wanted something that would nurture this spirit of exploration with lots of hands on projects – yet would still cover all the bases. We
History is the favorite subject of many homeschool families. With great stories and fun activities, it’s easy to see why. But sometimes all those fascinating events and people can feel like one big jumbled mess. Homeschool timeline resources are the solution to keeping everything organized! History Through the Ages Homeschool Timeline Resources This post contains affiliate links. Timelines are a great learning tool. They can
There is nothing like a good historical fiction book to get you hooked on history! Not only do I love reading historical fiction myself, but we use it a ton in our homeschool as well. One of the time periods we are covering this year is the American Revolution and I was so excited to be able to include the Rush Revere Adventure Series as
I have a confession to make… I always thought American history was boring. My only exposure to history was the average school textbook – and I think we can all agree that those aren’t exactly interesting and engaging! When it came time to teach history to my own child, I wanted her experience to be different. And, thanks to programs like The Giant American History
I believe it says a great deal about a homeschool curriculum when we are doing night school on a Saturday night. In the summer. They ask, “Are we doing American History tonight?” That would be Compass Classroom American History. Dave Raymond’s American History! We have already completed our ‘required’ American History course. However, my high schoolers love American History so much – and we are
When I began researching homeschooling options way back when, I ran across Ambleside Online and was immediately intrigued. For various reasons, I ended up selecting another curriculum to begin with; however, Christmas found me lingering on the Ambleside Online website. By the New Year, we jumped into Year 1 and haven’t looked back since. Ambleside Online (AO) is a K (Year 0) through 12
Today I share with you the extensive, high school level resource from Apologia and HSLDA’s Michael Farris. Constitutional Literacy is something we are passionate about as a family. We are raising future voters! A course by the same name – designed to fit this passion – is simply an answer to prayer for my two high schoolers! We love that Constitutional Literacy is led by
In February we observe multiple Presidential birthdays as well as the national holiday, Presidents’ Day. The Curriculum Choice authors are here with a wealth of inspiration for you to study the American Presidents with this Homeschool Presidential Studies compilation. Homeschool Presidential Studies Learning not only the American President’s names, but the order in which they served is a vital part of learning about American History.