Homeschool in The Woods
We Teach History Hands-on!
History is a topic that is chock full of stories that come alive
when the child lives what he learns! By teaching history hands-on, your child will experience the people and events of the
times through all the senses!
At Home School in the Woods, our history materials do just
that. By creating a concrete framework with timelines and mapping, you can then launch into eras of history with lap books,
projects, crafts, games, audio, creative writing, and don’t forget
. . . food!
Our History through the Ages Timeline materials help visualize
the “when” in history by providing beautifully illustrated images for your child to color and place on a wall timeline or in our
Record of Time notebook. Old world maps lead you to “where”
you are going . . . then get ready for the adventure! Our Time
Travelers History Studies provide dozens of hands-on projects
for American history, as well as text and printables on a handy
CD. Our Project Passport studies do the same for world history!
Or if you just want a lapbook, our Activity-Paks and Lap-Paks
fit the bill perfectly!
Visit our website and sample our curriculum for yourself!
Around the World in 180 Days is a multilevel history/geogra-phy course designed for all ages to study together. This program
covers history, geography, and the culture of every continent.
And yet this is not a textbook. It’s a series of questions the
student must research in order to answer. Plenty of resources
are suggested to help students conduct their research, and the
teacher’s edition provides all the answers. Written with questions for students of all grade levels, this is a curriculum your
family can study together!
You’ll learn facts; ask “how” and “why” questions; discover how
information relates to you, God, and the world; label maps;
learn to research by using an atlas, a world almanac, and an
encyclopedia. You’ll expand your study with suggested books
and online resources; and create your own keepsake notebook
of what you have learned.
You’ll explore the following topics for all 7 continents:
• Geography (land forms, rivers, countries and cities, climate)
• History (brief overview of the history of each continent)
• Religion (dominant religion/s; impact of Christianity)
• Culture (government, economics, education, art)
• Key People (missionaries, historical and political figures,
• Current Events
Order your copy at Apologia.com!