Are you learning about the continents? Here is a fun word search to do with your elementary students.DOWNLOAD IT HERE Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
Free History & Geography Resources Resources for Homeschoolers
Constitution Day is coming up on September 17th. This is a great time to introduce the Constitution and even some of the battles that led to this historic document and time in history. I have gathered some printables and activities you can do with your kids to help them learn about the Constitution and why […]
Last week, I shared an introduction to the life of Edgar Allan Poe with some notebooking and timeline resources. This week I’d like to share some FREE Edgar Allan Poe copywork for you to enjoy. The copywork is an excerpt from “The Great Balloon Hoax,” a fictional article he wrote and published in the newspaper. He […]
Do your kids know the difference between a pond, lake, sea, and gulf? How about a savanna, grassland, and mesa? When kids reach middle/high school geography lessons there are many geography terms to learn – everything from archipelago, butte, and cape to volcano, waterfall, and whirlpool. Help your kids have some fun while the learn […]
Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus is preparing to share a set of unit studies and notebooking pages all about the Trail of Tears. Grab the first set centered around geography at the link below.DOWNLOAD IT HERE Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
Edgar Allan Poe. The mere mention of his name is enough to send shivers up the spine. But who was he, when did he live, and what types of literature did he write (other than frightening)? Today’s free American Authors download looks at his life and his career and includes a printable timeline and notebooking […]
Have you ever thought about doing a unit study on famous inventors?Inventions are fascinating and inventors are so much fun to learn about. It is a great conversation when you talk to your kids about the inventions that were created and what our world would be without these things. Makes for a great history lesson […]
Robert E. Lee. Ulysses S. Grant. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. James Longstreet. President Abraham Lincoln. These men left behind a legacy not only in deeds but in words. This free Civil War copywork pack for subscribers of WriteBonnieRose.com highlights ten quotations from these men, including the entire Gettysburg Address. These quotes are perfect for copywork or […]
This is a guest post from Jennifer at Faith and Good Works Blog. This year we are using the Imagination Station Series as the spine for our Social Studies lessons. Since the books are not in chronological order, I created Our Imagination Station Travels Timeline Book to record our adventures. There are 14 books in the series so I […]