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Sonlight Hands on History Box World History 2 Project Kit

Homeschool History Made Fun: Sonlight Hands-On History Project Kit

Y’all, our family loves studying history through living books, field trips, and beautiful memory work. And, in theory, I love the idea of hands-on projects to reinforce what we’re learning about in our homeschool history studies. In theory… But somehow it’s way too easy to put off those craft projects because… Who has time to

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Sonlight Science: Discover and Do With a Literature-Based Homeschool Science Curriculum

The youngest child in a homeschool family often just tags along for the ride. When the older siblings are studying science, sometimes the younger ones merely observe. While this often works out fine, sometimes I see a glimmer in my little guy’s eye. He would like to be the one discovering and experimenting and exploring

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Hands-On Homeschool Fun for Thanksgiving: art, science, games, and more!

I love to celebrate Thanksgiving with my family. I love to snuggle up on the couch and read our favorite Thanksgiving picture books (even to the teens). I love to sing songs of thankfulness and weave Thanksgiving-themed aspects into our Morning Basket and daily homeschool routine. But when it comes to crafts and hands-on activity

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Creatively Homeschool High School with Out-of-the-Box Teens (an interview with Heather Woodie)

Homeschooling high school can sometimes feel overwhelming, especially if you have out-of-the-box, creative teens. Can you really leave behind convention and homeschool high school in unique, effective ways? And can your high schooler get into a top-tier university if you take this unconventional approach to education? Heather Woodie says that you can, and she encouraged

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Unit Studies and Hands-On Learning (a video interview with Susan Evans)

Enthusiasm, creativity, unit studies, and hands-on learning: those are the words that come to mind when I think of longtime homeschool mom Susan Evans. Watch the video and leave inspired to try your own creative ideas in your homeschool! Be sure to check out the other interviews in our Homeschool Conversations series! Watch the video,

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Adding Drama (Like We Need More Drama!): Have Fun Living Your Homeschool History Lessons!

Studying history in an engaging, delightful, and textbook-free way is a topic close to my heart. Today I’m delighted to bring you this guest post by Amy Pak from Home School in the Woods, a family-run history company known for its historical timeline figures and hands-on history studies. I hope this post inspires you to

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