Learning Through Historical Discussions

Image Credit Education is a funny thing, meaning different things to different people.  We are in a strong position as home schoolers to educate our

Re-enactment as a Form of Narration

We made the above papier mache map, not to scale (measuring about 3 meters by 2 meters) whilst we were studying the Anglo-Saxons (see here for how). 

Preschool Adventure Box: B4FIAR The Snowy Day

TOPIC: SNOW This year I want to be a little less haphazard about my two little one’s activities.   A4 will continue to have her one hour

Looking Back – Ancient Egypt: The Books and the Costumes – Part One

I’m doing a series called looking back, documenting learning the children and I did together prior to me blogging.  This week I’m starting Ancient Egypt. 

Events Leading Up To The Battle of Hastings 1066

I hated history in school, apart from Henry VIII.  He fascinated me.  The rest however was plain boring.  In particular I hated learning about wars

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