History Book Reviews

Introducing Your Little Ones to History!

With the younger set, I really love to begin an introduction of history and the concept of time by telling stories.  We often begin with the stories of our own family.  Little ones LOVE the "when mommy and daddy were little..." stories! We go through family photos of...

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Paola’s Book Bites: Medieval Times

Light to the Nations, Part I: The Development of Christian Civilization Publisher: Catholic Schools Textbook Project Use this text for any study of the Medieval time period.  It is especially good to use as your framework text, and the teacher manual will also prove...

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Featured Author: CAROLINE DALE SNEDEKER

Featured Author: CAROLINE DALE SNEDEKER Rarely do splendid characters reach across space and time, inviting us into the unexpected familiar of the past. Living history books are truly great treasures and Caroline Dale Snedeker writes just such works. Mrs. Snedeker...

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Paola’s Book Bites: Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egyptians and Their Neighbors By Marian Broida No study of Ancient Egypt can be complete without some exploration into the other cultures that existed at the same time and what better way than to add hands-on fun along with informative text. This unique...

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Get Ready to Thrive in Your Homeschool

4 simple steps to create your best year! 25+ years of homeschool experience compressed into 1 simple guide. Written by Paola Ciskanik

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How to Begin Homeschooling

How to Begin Homeschooling

As a home-educating mom for over 25 years, I have the unique position of being both parent and teacher, simultaneously. This affords me with the privileged position of knowing my children as lifelong learners in a grace-filled and intimate way. I am unlike any teacher...

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Math: A Great Beginning Process

Math: A Great Beginning Process

Experience, lots of it, has taught me time and time again that much of learning math skills and concepts in the early formative years is going to be learned through manipulatives, not workbooks. Granted, there may be children who already understand the connection...

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