History lessons can be dry and boring if you rely completely on a dry and boring textbook. But there is a better way! It’s so easy to make history come alive with the right books and resources. One of the best ways to make your history lessons fun and interesting are with well-planned hands-on history projects. And, no matter the time period you're studying, there are some activity ideas you can easily include. Here are 8 ways you can make history a little more interesting with some hands-on, creative history project ideas.
What’s the point of a teacher’s manual, anyway? It’s an answer key, of course, but sometimes we let this important tool become the master of our homeschool.
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Making a history timeline is a great way to show children how historical events are connected. With three different formats, you can easily choose the history timeline that works for your homeschool. Learn how to create a timeline and why you would want to.
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