History Lesson Log #3: Ancient Greece

I usually wait until I've covered three history topics until I write another log, but I'm eager to share our Ancient Greece resources. We spent quite awhile with Ancient Greece because The Odyssey and the myths took a long time to read, and we've been taking a break this summer from history too. Although these are the resources … Continue reading History Lesson Log #3: Ancient Greece

History Lesson Log #2: The Hebrews, Ancient India, Ancient China

As promised, I'm continuing with my detailed record of what resources we’re using for history. Sometimes we may simply read about a topic, and other times we may go on field trips and do activities. Over time, we may add more to our studies, so I may come back and add more resources to these … Continue reading History Lesson Log #2: The Hebrews, Ancient India, Ancient China

History Lesson Log #1: Intro, Prehistory, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt

As I mentioned in my last post, I plan to keep a detailed record of what resources we’re using for history on this blog. Sometimes we may simply read about a topic, and other times we may go on field trips and do activities. Over time, we may add more to our studies, so I may … Continue reading History Lesson Log #1: Intro, Prehistory, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt

History for Homeschoolers

Some of you may have been using my husband's website, History for Homeschoolers, for your history lessons. We decided to transfer that information over to my website for simplicity's sake. This page will evolve as I add more information, but for now, I wanted to give you access to all the lectures that were on … Continue reading History for Homeschoolers

Homeschooling: Diving into Human History

I'm extra excited to tell you that one of the things I added mid-year are history lessons. If there's one thing I've been wanting to learn more about, it's history. 🙂 Until now, history is something I have not worried about incorporating into our homeschool lessons for several reasons. First, I don't think young children … Continue reading Homeschooling: Diving into Human History

How to Make a Big History Timeline for Your Wall

We have a hallway upstairs that is rather drab with nothing on the wall, so for quite some time, I was eyeing that hallway with the keen observance that only a homeschool mom can have. Pretty artwork? I couldn’t afford that even if I wanted it. No, it was the perfect spot for a history … Continue reading How to Make a Big History Timeline for Your Wall