If you are like me and you don’t care so much for hands-on activities, then you will honestly LOVE this free offer. It is so easy to put together, kids love it, AND they learn a ton. We have been using Home School in the Woods history resources for years now. They have many different products and not all of it is history related, but much of it is. You can view their categories here.
The first product we used from Home School in the Woods was Time Travelers: Colonial Life and my daughter was thrilled. At the end of the year when our homeschool group did a display day, everyone oohed and aahed over our projects and lapbook – it looked like I was a craft-loving mom who was uber creative and totally hands-on. I could not be more of an opposite of that though!
Here are some of the projects that are included in Time Travelers: Colonial Life that we did that year:
Here are the titles found in this series:
- Time Travelers: New World Explorers
- Time Travelers: Colonial Life
- Time Travelers: The American Revolution
- Time Travelers: The Early 19th Century
- Time Travelers: The Civil War
- Time Travelers: The Industrial Revolution through the Great Depression
- Time Travelers: World War II
When Home School in the Woods wanted to offer a freebie to my readers, you can imagine how thrilled I was. In case you were not aware, they normally do not discount their products or offer them for free. The freebie we have for you this week is for a language arts unit, but they have the same quality in all of their resources, so I know you will be just as excited as we are about it.
We would love for you to get to know them too, as they bring your homeschool studies to a whole new level for non-creative and craft-hating moms.
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Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.