History can be a difficult subject to teach your children. It’s really easy to get bogged down in the places and names and dates. But when you do that, no one has any fun – not your children, and not you. Amy Pak of Home School in the Woods knows that, and she also knows how important history is to help us (and our children) understand the world around them. She’s created a whole company around helping parents teach their children all those important names and dates in fun ways – ways that they’ll remember. Members of the Homeschool Review Crew have been using a variety of the Á La Carte options (available as PDF downloads) offered by Home School in the Woods.
Do you like the idea of playing a game, but your kids aren’t really into traditional board games? Try one of the regular Games instead. These include, but are not limited to, printable card games.
Are Lapbooks something you and your children enjoy? There are two of these available: The Erie Canal Lapbook Project and Literary Genres Lapbook Mini Study.
The Á La Carte products from Home School in the Woods are available for children of all ages, from K-12, so you’re sure to find something that will work in your homeschool!
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A big thank you to Wendy R @ Ladybug Daydreams for writing this introductory post.