Your children probably know what architectural wonder Gustave Eiffel is famous for (or could take a good guess!). They might remember John Roebling and Pierre Charles L'Enfant from American history. But how much do they know about Antoni Gaudí, James B. Eads, Isamabard Brunel, and the many others Read More
Free History Notebooking Research Journals
Challenge students to dig into history and see what fascinating facts they can uncover about everything from ancient to modern history with these Free History Notebooking Research Journals. Students can learn about famous men and women, wonders of the world, and even trains with these fun, no-prep notebooking projects.
Do your students love history? I've always been fascinated with stories of faraway places from long ago. How incredible it would be to step foot in Hagia Sophia or gaze up at the pyramids of Giza! For most of us, a vacation to see the wonders of the world will likely not happen. Thankfully, with Read More
There's something about trains that captures the imagination. They whisk us away to distant places. Their gears and almost countless moving parts fascinate kids. They've changed the course of nations and history. Now your kids can learn about 44 historic trains with this FREE Famous Trains Read More
From Archimedes and Aristotle to Euclid and Herodotus, ancient Greece was full of people whose legacies continue to impact us today. Discover 50 of these famous individuals with this FREE People of Ancient Greece Notebooking unit. In this FREE People of Ancient Greece Notebooking Read More
I'm sure you've studied the Wright Brothers, Thomas Edison, and Alexander Graham Bell in your homeschool, but have you learned about Hiroshi Amano, Melville Reuben Bissell, David Brewster, or Johann Maelzel? Here's your chance to help your students learn more about famous inventors and not-so-famous Read More