I have always been fascinated with other cultures and countries, but teaching geography isn’t the most exciting thing on my list. Travel? That’s another story. I can’t make a Bucket List for travel because I want to go EVERYWHERE. For now though, we need to be content with studying other countries without leaving home. In […]
This week was fairly productive! I think it is due to the fact that I’ve realized some things. 1. We will never be an early schooling family. My kids wake up between 8-8:30 whether I set an alarm for them or not, and the 7:30 alarm was a fruitless attempt. 2. We can be […]
We’re going to study my very favorite period in history this fall: The Middle Ages. When my big kids were little, we did a similar study using Konos Curriculum. We read books, drew pictures, made projects, and thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it. I look forward to this year being very similar to that year (1999).
As I’m preparing for our first year using Diana Waring’s History Revealed! Romans, Reformers, and Revolutionaries curriculum, I am enjoying revisiting some old favorites, as well as discovering some new ones, and I want to share them with you.