We have been using Mystery of History for 4 years and we are currently in the middle of the 4th Volume. I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching history using this series with my children who range in age from 5-17. We have all learned a lot and I am really looking forward to starting over again in the
So this is our 4th year in Mystery of History and we have reached the final book in the 4 book series. Let me tell you I am just as excited about this History Curriculum as I was when we began it many years ago. I really feel like I have a good feel for the curriculum and how to use it effectively.
When you have a large brood in order to cover some subjects it is much easier to do them as a group instead of individually. History is one such subject that can be taught to a large group of children.
Mystery of History
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Homeschooling is an exciting journey of discovery for the student(s) and Mama and as we have gone along I have been able to add more tools to my arsenal. One of the tools my children have really enjoyed and that fits my budget, is YouTube. I use YouTube to add depth
Classical vs. Charlotte Mason Reading Lists
If you have been homeschooling for a while then you may have noticed that there is a lot of overlap in Classical Education and the Charlotte Mason model of education. Both methods of education love what Charlotte Mason called “Twaddle” free books, both emphasize language learning