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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Early American History Homeschool Lessons

Greetings Friends!

I want to first thank you for subscribing to my blog and hope you had a wonderful summer!  It went by so quickly for us?  Between chess camp, Sports camp - amazing as always, swim lessons and so on.....I know you will as excited about this absolutely FREE resource as we are!!!  We will incorporate this program into our studies this year.

    How Did You Die In American History?
  • Contains background texts, primary sources, lesson plans, videos, interactive web activities, and more to provide teachers everything they need to teach a given topic.
  • Can be used to teach American history from Jamestown to the Civil War, social studies, civics, and more with ties to language arts, science, math, art, and music.
  • Contains hundreds of resources, with more being added. The video programs have won 16 Emmy awards.
  • Searchable by keyword and browsable by era, theme, and subject.
If this sounds like something you would like to check out for your homeschool teaching of American history, please visit http://resourcelibrary.history.org to create an account!!

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Happy schooling, always striving to bring the best to you and your family!!!  
Joyfully in Christ,  Kim



"By faith we understand that the universe was created by the word of God, so that what is seen was not made out of things that are visible."   Hebrews 11:3

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