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.
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.
Over the years, building a solid home library has been important to me. All of the books on my shelf have been carefully selected. They are all there because I feel fairly confident they will be picked up and read and re-read. Some are no longer in print, some have been super hard to track down. Some are simply well-loved stories. As our library grew and the kids began accessing books independently, an organizational system became essential.
Get charged up for a unit study all about inventors and inventions with a special emphasis on electricity. We featured Thomas Edison, but you can feature your favorite inventor.
Police, Firefighters, EMTs and more! Emergency workers are an important part of our well-being as a society. They are also fascinating for kids of all ages. If you have a little or big kid in your family who’s fascinated by our modern heroes, check out some of these books.
You’ve probably heard me talking a lot about our Morning Basket and our Book Basket. What are they? How do we use them in our homeschool? Do you want to use one or both in your own homeschool? How can you adapt them to fit your needs? Let’s dive into all things that use books and baskets.