Studying about the colonies during the Colonial Era in your homeschool history lessons? Discover some fun, interesting northern colonies facts from the American Colonial Era here! Learn the history, people, and geography of New England fun facts and how it shaped us to today! Perfect to add into your history homeschool curriculums!
Do you want to know how to structure your homeschool history lessons using Charlotte Mason living books? Do you want to know how to study history in chronological order? Or maybe you want to take living books with you on your homeschool travels? If you have young children, or if your family is planning a vacation soon, here’s a list of 100 classic living books that are perfect for long car rides and airplane flights! Plus, download this free list of 100 Living Books Through History!
History in the making 🏴 Welcome to the Age of Exploration! The era where explorers discovered new lands, such as Cabot, Magellan, Columbus, and Vespucci, just to name a few. See how we use Home School in the Woods through our first U.S. History unit, the New World Explorers, through hands on history activities!
The Hidden Message of the Great Seal describes the historical context of how our founding fathers created our national seal and the allegoric meanings behind them, while explaining the interesting correlations with biblical Scripture of each one. Read the review for more information! Plus get a 50% coupon discount for it (expires May 30, 2020).
History should bring fun and adventure. You should feel like you’re THERE during that time period! And that’s what Home School in the Woods brings to all its homeschoolers – a feeling of being there! With over 50 hands-on project for each study, your kids will have a blast creating memories from long ago! Read my review to see my take on Home School in the Woods – Passport Project: The Middle Ages. It’s a fascinating review! 😉