Category: History

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Multi-Level Teaching American History

Are you teaching our American History course with more than one student? Discover some simple ways to enjoy the curriculum and adapt it to meet your family’s needs.

World History Activities

Here are some fun ideas to enliven your history studies. Create a world timeline or organize a history-themed party for your homeschool community, and watch history come alive!

Why Study History

Why Do We Study History?

History is a complex subject encompassing a sometimes overwhelming amount of information. Our history teacher reminds us of the many excellent reasons to enjoy and pursue knowledge of this topic.

Music memory tricks

Music Memory Tricks for Your Kids

Music is a fun and effective way to memorize historical facts. With these enjoyable resources, your kids can sing their way to through the next test.

What Really Happened at the First Thanksgiving?

After years of hardship, the settlers finally enjoyed a bountiful harvest. They chose to celebrate by praising God and sharing with others, a great reminder to us as we continue the tradition.

Great Films from the 1920s

The 1920s was the decade when the best silent feature films were created, only to end suddenly at the end of the decade with the advent of “talkies” in 1927. […]

Great Films from the 1910s

  Film had only been around for about a decade when the 1910s arrived.  During that one decade, film transformed from moving images to true stories.  Although some of these […]

Surprised by Joy

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH Romantic poet William Wordsworth lived from 1770 to 1850, writing nearly 400 poems and fathering six children, only three of whom lived to adulthood.  He penned this sonnet […]

Classics Every High Schooler Should Read

There are a lot of classics out there. So have you ever wondered where to start? Or which classics your high schooler should read first? Picking and choosing your book […]

Classics for Middle School Reading

Classics Every Middle Schooler Should Read

Exposing your middle schoolers to great books can give them a life-long love of great literature. This list of inspiring classics introduces strong characters and timeless stories that kids love.