Did you ever have to do projects about states when you were a kid? What about memorizing all of the state capitals? I know this may come as a shock to you, since I totally don’t come off as a nerd (wait – why are you laughing?), but I was the kid in class that already had all of the… Read More
The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online: Last week, I shared a crossword puzzle with facts about Abraham Lincoln. It seemed only fitting that with Presidents’ Day and George Washington’s birthday coming up that I would also share a George Washington crossword puzzle this week.
The following post and printable is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online. With both Lincoln’s birthday and Presidents’ Day coming up next month, an Abraham Lincoln Crossword Puzzle could be a great educational addition to your kids’ day sometime in the next month. Whether you’ve been doing an in depth study… Read More
The following post is written by Carlie the founder of So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler? and Managing Your Blessings. In our homeschool, living history is a favorite subject with all of our students (and teachers). Sure, we love all the subjects, but there is something about reading living history books aloud together that excites this family of 5. Today,… Read More
Written by contributor Lauren of Mama’s Learning Corner For hundreds of years, George Washington was considered the most honored figure in US History to the American people. Because of his contributions to our freedom, we honor him every third Monday in February. Are you and your children learning about George Washington over the next few weeks? Here are some educational… Read More
Pin It Written by Sarah of SmallWorld at Home. February is Black History Month in the United States and Canada—and it’s a great time to educate your kids about the history of African Americans in the U.S. Sometimes we have a tendency to skip over or minimize the painful parts of U.S. history, especially the treatment of non-whites, including Native… Read More