Got this from Barb Little earlier today:
In the past, you expressed an interest in History Links. Because of this, I would like to invite you to join me on my journey: History at my house.
Because I WRITE History Links, I seldom get to actually DO History Links. I usually write the units while I am doing them. So, my kids get all the mistakes. They get all the projects that don’t work out. They get things in a confused order and then we straighten things out when we prepare the units for publishing.
That has been the norm for our schooling with the older kids, but this year I realized that I haven’t really done the beginning of history with the younger kids. So, this year I finally get to use my completed units on my own kids. This is one of the few times I have been able to do that. So, I thought, “Why not record this experience for others?” It might be fun for people to come along on our journey.
So, if you are interested in seeing how History Links works at
my house visit me at: http://historylinks.info/discussion/
You will be able to read the beginning entries without registering, but in order to post or read later entries you will need to register.
Please feel free to share this invitation with members of your homeschool group or email lists. And . . .
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Dickinson, ND 58602