Presentations – Monday

MATH & MAKERS

Kathleen Cotter Lawler

Kathleen Cotter Lawler

Mom, Don’t Make Me Think – Just Tell Me The Answer

Samantha Cook

Samantha Cook

Learning through Making

How To Plan History

How To Plan History

Are you thinking about how to approach history in your homeschool? Particularly if you are just starting out, it can seem like there are too many choices. Should you start with American history, or go chronologically? Should you buy a structured program or build your own, based off your child’s interests? I’ll be breaking down how to make decisions about history for your homeschool, and sharing my planning process plus a free printable chart along the way.

How To Plan History

How To Plan History

Are you thinking about how to approach history in your homeschool? Particularly if you are just starting out, it can seem like there are too many choices. Should you start with American history, or go chronologically? Should you buy a structured program or build your own, based off your child’s interests? I’ll be breaking down how to make decisions about history for your homeschool, and sharing my planning process plus a free printable chart along the way.

Be sure to comment below to enter to win today’s prizes:
  1. Your choice of SEA Swag item
  2. Copy of Kate Laird’s book Homeschool Teacher
  3. Digital eBook of Jason Groom’s Wild at the Zoo
  4. Digital eBook of Blair Lee’s The Science of Climate Change

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