The past few weeks the kids and I have been immersed the the world of pharoahs and pyramids. We've crafted, eaten, read and written our way through ancient Egypt history. And honestly, it's been a wonderful re-awakening to all that I love about homeschooling--real, hands-on learning together. Vibrant Homeschooling

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  1. Hi Alicia!

    You said this isn’t a full year study. What else did you do? This looks amazing and I am trying to decided what to do with my boys 2nd grade and K for next year! Thank you for your help!

    In Him,
    Christina

  2. Oh my goodness, Susan… we sure did! And honestly, we have only gone halfway through the curriculum, so we have another 6 weeks to go! I can’t wait! I feel like we’ve already learned so much. 🙂

  3. What fun hands-on activities for learning about Egypt! It looks like your kids had fun!

  4. Thanks, Rachel! Yes, we have been loving it. So much so that we are going to use Home School In the Woods’ other two Project Passport curriculums (“Middle Ages,” and “Renaissance and Reformation”) as our history curriculum for next year!

  5. How cool is this?!! Love it! We’ve studied Egypt quite a bit this year with our Sonlight curriculum. This would be such a fun addition!

  6. Thanks! Yes! We’ve been having so much fun, and I really can see that the kids are learning and absorbing.

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