Top 5 Mystery of History Posts

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I know I always benefit from seeing how other folks are using and organizing curriculum that I use. These 5 posts have been very helpful in helping me get my MOH organized and running smoothly.

    1.  How to Organize Mystery of History Once, Part 1 by Kendra Flecther at Preschoolers & Peace  –  Affiliate Links Below (Because we love The Mystery of History!)This video post revolutionized how I thought about planning my Mystery of History curriculum.  She has links to pdf’s  for all the volumes that go lesson by lesson stating what books, handouts and etc. that she uses.  She integrates some Tapestry of Grace into her Mystery of History (at least volume 2). So you do have to go through and tweak it for your family but trust me all the hard work is done!
    2. How to Organize Mystery of History Once, Part 2 by Kendra Fletcher at
      Preschoolers & Peace The second video shows you what to do once you have downloaded her amazing spreadsheets .
    3. Mystery of History High SchoolHave you considered using Mystery of History with your High School students? If so this post from Layered Soul will be right up your alley: The Mystery of History High School Credit. She also takes you to Linda Hobar’s post on MOH for High school credit and walks you through using Mystery of History and how to record it on your High School students  transcript.
    4. Do you just want to see how someone else completes Mystery of History on a weekly basis?  Then you need to check out Growing in Grace as she chronicles their projects and activities on a bi-weekly basis while using Mystery of History.
    5. Again, Stacey at Layered Soul provides an amazing and detailed plan on how she organizes Mystery of History for their homeschool.  In her post, Organizing Mystery of History Notebooks, she details how to prepare and organize  a notebooks for your children, pick your activities and organize your resources.  Her goal is to provide her kids with a semi-independent workbook to complete as they go through MOH. Bravo!!

Do you need some more ideas  or do you have some great ideas to share?  We’d love to have  you check out our other Mystery of History Posts. 

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Kyle is a full time frugal wife of Wayneand Mama to 5 adorable children: Peyton (15), Parker (10),Pearson (8), Parson (3) & Providence (3). My hope is to present families with an attainable simplified model of classical education with a Charlotte Mason twist.She likes listening to audio books, watching the kids play sports or piano & doing anything with my husband! She likes to do all of that while having a cup of coffee! You can find her blogging on a regular basis here at Aspired Living, The Curriculum Choice & Womanhood with Purpose.

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Kyle is a full time frugal wife of Wayne and Mama to 5 adorable children: Peyton (15), Parker (10),Pearson (8), Parson (3) & Providence (3). My hope is to present families with an attainable simplified model of classical education with a Charlotte Mason twist.She likes listening to audio books, watching the kids play sports or piano & doing anything with my husband! She likes to do all of that while having a cup of coffee! You can find her blogging on a regular basis here at Aspired Living, The Curriculum Choice & Womanhood with Purpose.

16 thoughts on “Top 5 Mystery of History Posts

  1. This is a good set of links. I agree that it is very helpful to talk about or read about ways others are using the same curriculum.

    1. Thanks for coming by Julie, yes that is why I frequent your blog. You look at things from a totally different angle then me and I always glean great stuff from you! Blessings! K

  2. Hi Kyle-

    Thanks so much for sharing my posts here. I love, love, love MOH!

    I have never used TOG, so it’s curious that you wrote that about Volume II. If it has some TOG stuff in there, that’s a happy accident! I did glean as many resources as I could find at the time I made the spreadsheets. It’s probably time to go back through and add more good stuff.

    Thanks again,
    Kendra
    preschoolersandpeace.com

    1. Hi Kendra,
      Thanks for stopping by! On your planning sheets (for MOH II, I’m pretty sure) it said TOG and I assumed it was Tapestry of Grace. Of course it could stand for something else. 🙂 Sorry about that I’ll put it on my list to adjust the post. Thank you so much for your posts we plan in a very similar way, I like to have the whole year planned out and I just keep track of the week we are working on and keep plugging on. However I had not thought of planning once when you have kids like me 3-15 planning once is VERY valuable. So your posts changed my mindset on planning and for that I am very grateful.
      Blessings,
      Kyle

  3. This is a great set of resources here. I have not used The Mystery of History. It’s always so nice to see other things people are using and how they use them.

  4. Wait, there’s a MOH link-up? How did I not know this…… Now to check this out because it sounds wonderful.

    You featured a bunch of posts I love about MOH, that have great information.

  5. I came here looking through some of your awesome MOH posts and ran across this. Thanks so much for mentioning my blog!! Blessings!

    1. You are so faithful to post M.O.H. lesson by lesson, possibly for your own accountability. Your blog is great, of course you have made many of the same choices I made so I might be a bit bias. 😉

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