Time Traveler History Study Series

by Christine

We first attempted a Charlotte Mason approach to our homeschool this past year, and although I am happy with the freedom and real-learning it offered us, my 10 yo ds really needed something to do with his hands.

We added the Revolution study into our schedule at the end of last year...what a resource! There is everything in these unit studies that you could ask for...and more.

We are definitely adding in the following studies this year and are looking forward to the creativity and inspiring look into history that Time Travelers gives us!

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