Tag Archives : History

United States President Notebooking Pages


Hi everyone! I have some fun U.S. President Notebooking Pages bundle for you today!  This one is great for any U.S. President study you might be doing including individual research projects.   What’s included in the bundle? There is one notebooking page for each U.S. President that students can use to do their own research on or use with another…

Homeschool in the Woods Review and Giveaway!


Hi friends! As most of you know we’ve been using the Homeschool in the Woods Project Passport units for several years now and we love them! We’ve gone through all four of their Project Passport units and I’m excited to try the Ancient Rome unit coming soon! And I have a fun giveaway for you all as well, so make…

Our Top Homeschool History Curriculum Picks


Hi friends! Today I’m sharing our top homeschool curriculum picks for History! The curriculum I’m mentioning today are all things that we have used in the past and enjoyed. Hopefully they will help you get started when researching the best curriculum for your family. Watch my Top Homeschool History Curriculum Picks video here!     Here are links to some…

BJU Press Distance Online Learning Review


Hi friends! This year we are trying BJU Press Distance Online Learning for our high school history curriculum for the first time. Check out the video to see our thoughts on this program! Watch my video of the BJU Press Distance Online Learning program here! So as I mentioned in the video, this is our first year trying out this…

Expedition Earth Brazil Unit Study


Oi! And welcome to our Expedition Earth World Geography Brazil unit study! I think out of all of the countries this is one of our favorites because we get to learn all about the rainforest and the cool animals that are found there. We also get to do a fun craft which you’ll see below!   Here are some more…

Expedition Earth: Mexico World Geography Unit


Did you know that Mexico has the second largest land border in the world? Do you know which border that is? If you guessed the Mexico/United States border then you are correct! The Mexico/U.S. border is 3,141 km (1,951 mi) long! Give yourself an extra point! There are over 100,000,000 people living in Mexico and about 1/4 of the population…

Martin Luther King Jr. Day


Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day homeschoolers! Today is a great day to learn about one of our nation’s most influential people. Martin Luther King Jr. Day usually means people get the day off. Except for us, we’re doing school today, and taking some time to reflect and remember on the life and influences of an amazing person in United…

The Middle Ages Review & Update


Hi everyone! As you may recall, we decided to try the Homeschool in the Woods Middle Ages history unit this year. Since we’re a few months into our curriculum, I thought I’d do an update on how it was going so far. Right off the bat I have to say that our kids are really enjoying history this year. They’re…

Making History Fun!


Hello fellow students of life! Today I wanted to show you how we make our history lessons more fun, hands-on, and memorable!     It is my belief that when students are creating things themselves they tend to remember it better. And since history isn’t always the most exciting subject for some kids, we like to do things to make…

We’re Loving History Pockets!


Hi everyone! I wanted to share a fun addition to our curriculum this year. As most of you know we’ve been using Abeka for our history curriculum. I love that the materials are a written to each grade level. It is easy for the kids to read, understand, and remember. And I feel like the amount of content covered each…