If you have kids that love historical fiction, or love books where they feel like they’re right in the middle of the action, this fabulous collection of stories spans from Caesar’s Rome to post-World War 2.
Charlotte Mason / Unit Studies families will love these upper grades unit studies that accompany the We Were There series. They are written for middle and high school grades, and each book focuses on a specific event in history, geography, or science.
The downloadable packet includes timelines, drawing, notebooking, newspaper, biography, and more! ‘We Were There’ is a set of classic books published in the 1950s and 1960s that teaches historic events in a ‘you are there’ manner and incorporates character lessons.
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