WOW! Great ideas here on how to teach history so that it’s not just a bunch of boring facts! Even if you’re not a homeschool mom, the resources and ideas mentioned here are applicable for all families wanting to engage kids in the fascinating people of history!

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  1. Some really great ideas here! I absolutely loved history as a child, and went on to study it at university, so I really hope my daughter will inherit some of my enthusiasm for the subject. 🙂

    Thanks so much for sharing over at #FridayFrivolity x

  2. Me too! I wish history had been this fun and interactive for me! Thankfully we can build a whatever kind of learning environment we think is best for our own kids! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hi Amanda! Yes, be sure to check them out! Actually, our four year old listens to them in the car with the rest of his older siblings. You’d be surprised at what your little one might pick up, even at 4 years!

  4. These sound amazing. My little isn’t old enough for history yet, but I’m bookmarking this for later use. I use to teach 4th grade history and loved it. You are right in saying that kids need to be involved and connected with history for it to mean anything to them.

  5. I wish I had been taught history in this way. I remember it as you said, a series of boring dates and events that were impossible to remember. Thanks for sharing at the Blogger’s Pit Stop.

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