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Highhill Homeschool: History Co-op. Has interesting lesson plans and kid projects for learning about history ... Celts, Vikings, Scythians, Mesopotamians, Ancient Greece, Persia, China, Rome.

This site is loaded with information from U.S. and world history to geography to current events to timelines. It is a great social studies resource!

The dollar bill explained... kids would think this is so cool!

This is an amazing interactive map and timeline of the battlefields of the Civil War - GREAT resource!

Looking for a fun and educational way to learn about other countries, or even other states? Come check out Homeschool Swapping Adventures on facebook. Each month there are Flat Stanley type swaps, holiday card swaps, funny fact post card swaps and more.  Yang's traveler is a giraffe named Zuri, in m

blogger writes, "5th grade teachers - This read aloud is a MUST!! It tells of the true story of Pocahontas. It goes along great with our social studies curriculum and is fun and interesting for students to listen to. I will be reading this for my second read aloud of the year (and it will be my 6th year of reading it aloud to my students - even I love it!)"

22 Maps That Show How Americans Speak English Totally Differently From Each Other

Lapbooking-state capitals

Don’t miss the final week of worksheets from Everyday Explorers-USA as we get ready to go on an exploration of Pennsylvania. The new unit departs on July 1st.

DIY passport for kids. Monday - Mexico Tuesday - Italy Wednesday - China Thursday - Egypt Friday - France

WWII book recommendations by age

WWII Museum -- San Antonio, TX.

Syllabus - U.S. Government class

Government: God's Divine Order The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - February 2013 - Page 56-57

World War II The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - February 2013 - Page 112-113

Military Strategy Games The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - February 2013 - Page 138-139

U.S. Wars - A Timeline of Conflicts The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - February 2013 - Page 118-119

The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - February 2013