History Lovers Resources Roundup

Posted on April 13, 2013 at 9:00 PM

I get asked quite often what curriculum I use for preparing my history lapbooks. Well I don't really use curriculum, but I do use history resources. If I could have a do over when I made history curriculum choices in the past, I would focus less on curriculum and more on resources to build a history curriculum.

Resources are always...

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Ancient Civilizations Unit - 20 Free History Based Coloring Pages

Posted on April 8, 2013 at 9:30 AM

I got carried away with myself this morning blogging. I just had so much to tell you. I think it's the caffeine. Don't forget to click on the Supercharged Science Review

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Ancient Civilization Unit - Free Ancient Egypt Minibook

Posted on April 3, 2013 at 8:15 AM

The longer I homeschool, the more fond I become of returning to topics that we have studied before especially if it is about history. Don't you think it takes a while to get a good skeleton or outline of some of the basic empires or civilizations of history? After that, it is all about adding in the details you en...

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Ancient Maya Lapbook

Posted on September 18, 2012 at 9:55 PM

We have been putting the final touches on our unit study for the ancient Maya. We started off our discussion on Meso-America and narrowed our interest down to the ancient Maya.  I want to focus more on the Aztecs but Mr. Awesome and Mr. Senior 2013 are throwing out other topics for our next unit study topic.

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Mini Unit Study:Turkey + {10 Country Report Notebooking Pages}

Posted on August 22, 2012 at 6:15 PM

Did you guess which country my boys chose at the Geography Quest? Yep it was Turkey. To be honest, I was a tad shocked but happy at the same time that they chose that country. My oldest son, Mr. Senior 2013, got the final say on country choice since this is his last year to school {sniffle}. Somewhere along your homeschool journey you wonder if "too much history" is too much. {mmmm does that sense?} You pray most of what you teach your sons sticks with them. When he chose to ta...

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