Are you struggling to breathe life into your dusty and dry history lesson? Contrary to popular belief, history is a fascinating subject. It is basically a record of humankind’s passage through the centuries. Where else can you find TRUE stories of intrigue, betrayal, love, despair and victory all in one simple subject?
The trick is, of course, to produce lessons for your kiddos that allow them to truly experience those intrigues, victories and stories for themselves. The Homeschool Review Crew has recently reviewed a series of such studies from Home School in the Woods. Their HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study might change the way you teach history.
For the purpose of this review, the Crew received downloads for for different time periods. Amy Pak, the founder of Home School in the Woods, uses her background in graphic design and illustrating to create beautiful timeline figures, interactive notebook, and lapbook pages. Students are introduced to historical dishes, craft projects, and much, much more.
Each study follows a travel theme, with detailed instructions for the teacher and student to follow.
Home School in the Woods is presently working on Ancient Rome which is scheduled to be released in 2018.
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A Big Thank You to Rebekah Teague from There Will Be A $5 Charge For Whining for writing this introduction article.
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