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Super Quick Music History

Super Quick Music History

A quick music history lesson based on a presentation my daughter gave recently.

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Donielle By Donielle, October 12, 2019
Charlotte’s Story: A Florida Keys Diary 1934 – 1935

Charlotte’s Story: A Florida Keys Diary 1934 – 1935

Charlotte’s Story: A Florida Keys Diary is an excellent autobiography of eking out a living on a deserted Florida Key during the Depression and Prohibition.

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Donielle By Donielle, October 3, 2019
Using Biblioplan History

Using Biblioplan History

Bibloplan is the perfect history curriculum for homeschool co-ops.

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Donielle By Donielle, June 10, 2019
Civil War History Road Trip through Georgia

Civil War History Road Trip through Georgia

I like to experience history rather than read about it, whenever possible. So when I heard Landmark Events was giving a two day history tour focusing on the Atlanta Campaign of the American Civil War, I was inspired to put together a history road trip through Georgia, to coincide with our study of the Civil…

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Donielle By Donielle, May 10, 2019
A Little History Fun

A Little History Fun

I wanted to let you know about a great sale on the Mystery of History curriculum.  It is 30% off at Christianbook.com.  If you are curious, please see my review of Mystery of History and how to use it here.  In thinking about this sale, I thought it appropriate to share a few tips for helping…

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Donielle By Donielle, February 9, 2017
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Planning Incredible History Field Trips

Planning Incredible History Field Trips

There is reading about a place, then there is actually going there.  Field trips make history come alive!  Think back to those times when you have thought about the sacrifices American soldiers have made for your freedom, versus the visual reminders of a memorial etched with names or the precise rows of crosses at Arlington…

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Donielle By Donielle, October 7, 2016
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Teaching History as the Hub of All Other Subjects

For all of my homeschool teaching years I have taken the chronological approach to teaching history.  Before I had children, when I was teaching my siblings, I was drawn to the idea that history should be taught in the order it happened.  As a child I always had trouble figuring out the timeline of history….

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Donielle By Donielle, September 1, 2016
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