New Homeschooling History Books!

It’s Friday!!!

Wow, what a relief.

Today, I was inspired to write a different kind of post. This week, my mom was teaching my younger siblings about the Vikings, and she read aloud this really interesting book to them. I was doing my own school, cooking, and prepping for Christmas, so I didn’t really catch a ton of it, but what I read certainly sounded great.

The Imagination Station!!!

Let me give you a quick synopsis:

When they step into the Imagination Station, kids experience an unforgettable journey filled with action-packed adventure to inspire their imaginations. With each book, they’re whisked away with cousins Patrick and Beth to embark on a new journey around the world and back in time.

It’s really fun, and both of my little siblings really enjoyed reading this, accompanied by a Viking study. Moving on, Mom thinks she will do a study about the Pilgrims for Thanksgiving (Problems in Plymouth). I know that this really isn’t the sort of thing I would usually post about, but I was just thinking about all the homeschoolers that I follow, and how much the posts can inspire us in our homeschooling.

Recently, we were definitely awed by the post Our Interactive Topographical Map by erensinger at Little Library in the Big Woods. If you’re looking for some really cool homeschooling ideas, check there!

Well, that’s about all. I hope you have a great day. History is amazing! History is wonderful! Keep learning! God bless you!

10 thoughts on “New Homeschooling History Books!

  1. My little brothers love reading The Imagination Station as well! There was a period of time were we had those books strewn everywhere, it seemed. I enjoy history as well, though this year, I’m doing physiology instead and loving it!

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      1. Haha! Well, it’s the same thing to me, because I’m bad at psychology, too! I’m pretty terrible at all science, though.Except for learning about the weather and the oceans. Guess I’m a water science girl… is there such a thing?🌊😊

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      2. Hmm…maybe hydrology or oceanography? I totally get that, though! There are definitely certain subjects I struggle in (math for sure), but we have our own unique strengths and talents which is so cool!


  2. Awww, the Imagination Station!!! I used to read those for book reports for school (fellow homeschooler!! πŸ˜ƒ) and on my own time. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ


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