We recently finished a unit study about WWI and I wanted to take a detour before jumping into the Great Depression and WWII. I also think understanding the 1920s can give us a better understanding and framework for what was going on in these two later time periods. However, I didn’t want to spend a lot of time on this unit, so I decided on a mini unit.
f ancient history. I have books on my shelf from Old Testament times, Egypt, Rome and more.
I decided I would begin a bookshelf tour series, where I can walk you through the books on my shelf and why they’re there. Pull up a comfy chair and enjoy browsing these books with me.
Police and Firefighters and EMTs, oh my! This emergency workers unit study was one my kids begged for for a very long time, and we finally did it.Before I jump into the plans and resources, here’s a quick look at a random day in our homeschool during this unit study . . .
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PDF HERE I made this activity book to go with our European Middle Ages unit study. I had great plans to build this out, making it a complete unit study curriculum. Alas, my dreams were bigger than my current reality. However, instead of scrapping my idea altogether, I decided to provide aContinue reading “European Middle Ages Activity Book | Free PDF Resource”
These are just a few of the many amazing books available on the middle ages that we used for our unit study. From picture books to encyclopedias there’s something for all ages on this list.
When I was in school, I struggled with understanding how different events in our world’s history related to one another. As I’ve gotten older and have begun putting some of those pieces together, history has begun to make so much more sense. That’s where I had the idea to create a timeline binder. Here’s a peek inside.