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A Mock Presidential Election for Elementary Students

In a mock presidental election for elementary students kids got a chance to learn how democracy works and express their opinions about presidential candidates. At […]...
by How To Learn on Mar 4, 2016

New Approaches to Social Studies

Making history class interesting and vital to the future of students as citizens is just one reason two teachers are developing new approaches to social […]...
by How To Learn on Feb 12, 2016

BSER REET Social Studies Syllabus Level 1 and 2 Download PDF 2015

BSER REET Social Studies Syllabus Level 1 and 2 Download PDF 2015: Recruitment Cum Eligibility Entrance exam 2015  BSER REET Social Studies Syllabus download in PDF format for Level I (Class 1 to 5th) and Level II (Class 6 to 8) by clicking on b...
by allexam on Nov 23, 2015

Bring U.S. History Homework to the Kitchen

This post, Bring U.S. History Homework to the Kitchen, was made possible with the Eat Your U.S. History Homework book which we were provided to review from Ann McCallum Books.   When I was younger, I had little appreciation for history. To me, i...
by Day by Day in Our World on Nov 9, 2015

Missionary Stories that Engage the Family

This post, Missionary Stories that Engage the Family, was made possible with the Season 3 CD set which we were provided to review from Brinkman Adventures.   Something I love about homeschooling is the freedom to alter your course for a bit when...
by Day by Day in Our World on Nov 4, 2015

Utilizing Copywork in Homeschooling

Would you like to help your children retain more of what they are learning? Try copywork!
by Hunter Happenings on Sep 28, 2015

History and Science for High School | Stress Free Teaching

Last month, I shared a bit about our process for the selection of electives. Those are a combination of information and fun courses. However, there are always requirements for completing high school that have a little wiggle room for what to study. Y...
by Day by Day in Our World on Aug 26, 2015

Teaching Geography Simply | Time Saving Tool Featured

Thanks to EduCents for providing information used in this  post on teaching geography without spending hours preparing. Links in the post are affiliate links to EduCents. How do you teach geography? Do you spend hours creating a map, labeling, cutti...
by Day by Day in Our World on Aug 16, 2015

Ancient Egypt Lesson | Free for Limited Time

My boys all loved studying about Ancient Egypt when we’ve cycled through that time period. Pyramids and Hieroglyphs are just plain fun! Of course, the chance to make mummies using old Barbie dolls had them giddy.  One was left buried under the...
by Day by Day in Our World on Aug 13, 2015

Implement a Hands-On Approach to World History

This post, Implement a Hands-On Approach to World History, was made possible with the chance to review the Project Passport World History Study: The Middle Ages from Home School in the Woods as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew. When you think back...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jul 17, 2015

The Liberty Bell

The Liberty BellThe Liberty Bell is a famous and important symbol of American independence.It Is also one of America's most recognized symbols,you probably have seen the symbol featured on the new $100 bill as well as stamps and coins and maybe some...
by Adventures in HomeSchooling on Jul 1, 2015

A Brief Summary Of The Declaration of Independence

 As we know the United States was not always an independent country long ago people from England came to America in the 1700s. The colonies were ruled by Britain's King George the third the colonist seemed happy with their new lives in colonial...
by Adventures in HomeSchooling on Jun 29, 2015

Capturing Memories with the Exploring Creation Field Trip Journal

This post, Capturing Memories with the Exploring Creation Field Trip Journal ($22 retail), was made possible with the chance to review Exploring Creation Field Trip Journal from Apologia Educational Ministries as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew.
by Day by Day in Our World on Jun 10, 2015

Ancient Rome History Made Easy with Classical Education Approach

This post,Ancient Rome History Made Easy with Classical Education Approach, was made possible with the chance to review The Book of the Ancient Romans Set from Memoria Press as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew. This past year had my 9th grader wor...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jun 5, 2015

The Story of Wallace and Bruce Brought to Life through the Radio Drama In Freedom’s Cause

This post, The Story of Wallace Brought to Life through the Radio Drama In Freedom’s Cause, was made possible with the chance to review the In Freedom’s Cause Single Package ($29.97) from Heirloom Audio Productions.    We are most defin...
by Day by Day in Our World on Feb 24, 2015

LET Reviewer in SOCIAL STUDIES Part 4

Majorship LET ReviewerLET Reviewer in SOCIAL STUDIESPRACTICE TEST IN SOCIAL STUDIES/ARALING PANLIPUNAN1. Which of the following in NOT a major feature of Southeast Asian geography?a. Southeast Asia has an extremely long coastlineb. Mountains and seas...
by INFINITHINK on Feb 19, 2015

LET Reviewer in SOCIAL STUDIES Part 1

Majorship LET ReviewerLET Reviewer in SOCIAL STUDIESPRACTICE TEST IN SOCIAL STUDIES/ARALING PANLIPUNAN1. What was the First Philippine Republic? A. The Republic proclaimed in Malolos B. The Republic proclaimed under the 1935 Constitution.C.
by INFINITHINK on Feb 19, 2015

LET Reviewer in SOCIAL STUDIES Part 2

Majorship LET ReviewerLET Reviewer in SOCIAL STUDIESPRACTICE TEST IN SOCIAL STUDIES/ARALING PANLIPUNAN51. In which order did the following occupy the Philippines?A. Spaniards, Americans, Japanese, BritishB. Spaniards, Americans, British, JapaneseC. B...
by INFINITHINK on Feb 19, 2015

LET Reviewer in SOCIAL STUDIES Part 3

Majorship LET ReviewerLET Reviewer in SOCIAL STUDIESPRACTICE TEST IN SOCIAL STUDIES/ARALING PANLIPUNAN101. "Sir, agkakadua tayo" (we belong to the same group) said a group in an audience of teachers whom Sir A is addressing. To which Filipino trait d...
by INFINITHINK on Feb 19, 2015

Not in Buffalo: Getting Hands-on with Traditional Weaving

After our great experience last year with my friend in a different part of Guatemala, we decided to go to Antigua to explore more Mayan culture and, of course, some Spanish colonial history.For a hands-on activity, the kids wanted to take a weaving...
by Homeschooling In Buffalo on Feb 12, 2015


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