Everyone loves free resources but not everyone loves History, right? If you are like me you may have grown up hating History due to all the memorization of dates, places and events that meant nothing. I did not have the luxury of being homeschooled like my children do and I am now more interested in History than I ever have been! I have recently listened to the free audio clip for the Mystery of History Volume 1 and promptly went and ordered the audio cd’s for my family!
I had previously purchased Mystery of History Volume 2 audio at a homeschool sale but wanted to start with Volume 1 first. Of course in true frugal homeschool mom fashion I cannot afford all the options that are available for Mystery of History so I set out to find as many free resources as possible.
Here’s my first post sharing some of the resources I have found while I am waiting for my Cd’s to arrive!
Ancient History Booklist from Guest Hollow
FREE planning pages for Mystery of History 1. There are planning spaces for 3 lessons (1 week) on each page. Originally found on My Joy Filled Life.
Timeline Notebooking Pages from the Notebooking Fairy
FREE Ancient History Notebooking Pages & Activities from The Notebooking Nook
History Notebooking Cover Pages from The Crafty Classroom
MOH Date Cards to Print from Joy in our Journey (scribd download)
32 Week History Club or Co-op Schedule from Homeschool Journey
Related Videos on YouTube from Pschyo with 6 Playlist
Adam and His Kin Book Resources
Bible Passage link up by Chapter from Joy in Our Journey
Free AudioBooks for MOH Volume 1
Cat of Bubastes from Librivox
The Young Carthaginian from Librivox
Description for High School Transcript- a suggestion from a mom from Facebook group!
The study of Bible History and World History together to learn ancient World History by incorporating hands on activities along with reading, writing, map exercises and research projects. Covering World History from Creation to the Resurrection. Covering the stories of ancient times, ancient lands, and ancient peoples. Including chronologically based stories from all around the world, including Asia, North America, and the Holy Lands. Beginning with the Garden of Eden, stories will spread from Sumer and Babel to Troy, Phoenicia, and Assyria. The study of early civilizations include, King Wu of China and Asoka of India as well as King David, Julius Caesar, and Xerxes of Persia.
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