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If your older student is studying early American History, make it more interesting by making it as interactive as possible. These notebooking and activity guides are the perfect tools to add to your middle schooler’s history lesson plans.
Each one includes:
- Study prompts for self-guided learning
- Discussion questions
- Hands-on activity suggestions (games, crafts, and recipes)
- Helpful resources
With these studies, your teen will have fun while learning about early America.
Did you read these?
1. A Day in the Life of Homeschooling High School by The Homeschool Scientist
High school is a season within homeschooling when many parents start to question themselves, so it’s always interesting to see how others are making it work in their home.
2. A Day in the Life of Unschoolers, 2017 Edition by Unschool Rules
If you’ve ever wondered what unschoolers do as part of their “homeschooling” day, here’s your chance to get a glimpse into one family’s experience.
3. Raising Kids Who Can Focus in a Distracted Digital Age by Sonlight
I don’t put a limit on my children’s screen time and encourage them to use technology during the school day. As much as I want my kids to be comfortable with technology, I also want them to be able to stay on task, working hard until they finish things too. That’s sometimes a challenge, so I definitely appreciated this point of view.
4. Morning Time with Teenagers by Forever, For Always, No Matter What
We don’t do morning time together in our house, mainly because my teens aren’t always early risers. However, I like what Jen’s family does together each day. We might just have to create our own morning time, just much later in the day.
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