Category: Geography

 
November 28, 2014

This is the third article in the Educational Gift Ideas series – we’ve already talked about Language Arts and Science gift ideas. Today, I want to share some great History and Geography related gift ideas. Typically, this is a rather bookish subject, but there are some great games and toys that can round out your … Continue reading "Educational Gift Ideas – History/Geography Edition"


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July 28, 2014

I’ve mentioned a few times now that I’ll be combining my older three children into Level 7 – Exploring Your World, and several people have asked me what I’m adding to it to make it high school level for my oldest. So I thought I’d go ahead and write a blog post to explain how we … Continue reading "Multi-Grade Teaching – An Example"


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February 7, 2014

I’ve been going through my stacks and ordering like crazy on Amazon – but I think I’m ready to start actually working on writing Level 7 – Discovering the World (tentative title – it’s still very much a work in progress!) instead of just daydreaming about it. I am a big geography nerd, so I’m REALLY … Continue reading "A Little Preview of Level 7 Curriculum"


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July 3, 2013

In addition to adoring history, I’m also a geography nerd. I love maps and learning about other countries. So, a few weeks ago, when I stumbled upon this game: GeoGuessr, I was excited. I played a few rounds, then called my kids around the computer to play. We already love Google Earth, just for the … Continue reading "Summer Read-a-thon: Week 4 Activity"


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Have you been looking for a literature based homeschool curriculum that is secular? How about a way to incorporate narration, copywork, dictation and memory work into your child’s education? Or art study that ties into history?

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