Heraldry - The Basics. Pretty nifty reference when studying this time period.

Medieval times- build their own coat of arms sheild Heraldry - The Basics. Pretty nifty reference when studying this time period.

Homeschool history fair using Project Passport curriculum from Homeschool in the Woods

History fair using Project Passport curriculum. This is good for the students, this helps them understand the actions behind each role of the Coloniel era. Social Standards: Grade 4 Lifestyles in the colonies—comparisons during different time periods

HTTA - Time Travelers - The Middle Ages $34.95

HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study The Middle Ages - Consider this for school year for both girls

Another fun resource to add to your study of the Middle Ages are the movable action figures by Cathy Diez-Luckie!

famous figures of medieval times cathy diez-luckie; moveable paper figures to cut, color and assemble

The Hitchcock family participated in a history fair, representing the Middle Ages! Here is their display of Medieval jobs! Great job! I love the castle display boards--very creative, guys! Notice the stained, burned edge papers...very cool!

The Hitchcock family participated in a history fair, representing the Middle Ages! Here is their display of Medieval jobs! I love the castle display boards--very creative, guys! Notice the stained, burned edge papers.

Ozark Ramblings has a great tutorial on using Photoshop Elements to add text and color to the Daily Bugle PDFs! This could apply to ANY of the project PDFs that are in our history materials... and if you've used our history studies, you know that all of the Time Travelers and Project Passports include newspapers in them! (The Old and New Testament Activity-Paks, too!) ;-)

I used Photoshop Elements to fill in the PDF master file of the Daily Bugle "newspaper" from Homeschool in the Woods' American Revolution CD-ROM

Review from Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood: Middle Ages Project Passport by Homeschool in the Woods

Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood: Middle Ages Project Passport by Homeschool in the Woods

Get a taste of our materials! Create "The Town," a lift-a-flap fold-out of a Medieval town; just one of several projects provided in the FREE sample lesson for Project Passport: "The Middle Ages" (Look for the big blue button at the top right corner of the webpage!)

Get a taste of our materials! Create "The Town," a lift-a-flap fold-out of a Medieval town; just one of several projects provided in the FREE sample lesson for Project Passport: "The Middle Ages" (Look for the big blue button at the top right corner of the webpage!)

Homeschool history fair using Project Passport Medieval curriculum from Homeschool in the Woods

Homeschool history fair using Project Passport Medieval curriculum from Homeschool in the Woods

Crystal shares the sugar cube castle her kids made while studying "The Middle Ages"! FANTASTIC job guys! (check out all the pictures!)

Crystal shares the sugar cube castle her kids made while studying "The Middle Ages"!

This video is about Home School in the Woods' Project Passport series on world history. The series currently has studies on the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and Reformation, and will ultimately include studies on Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and Ancient Rome. These are informative, hands-on studies that help ignite a love of learning in your child!

This video is about Home School in the Woods' Project Passport series on world history. The series currently has studies on the Middle Ages and the Renaissan.

Dragon Craftivity FREEBIE from TeacherGoneHomeschool on TeachersNotebook.com (7 pages)

Dragon Craftivity FREEBIE (K thru Repurpose for Middle Ages project World History

Luminarium Blog - Medieval Illuminated Initial Cookies:   What a cool idea! I had no idea there was "edible paper" and "edible ink" you could paint with! This idea could be used for ALL KINDS of things!!

Items similar to Medieval Illuminated Manuscript Cookie Wafer Papers - Edible Images on Etsy

Laurie from "Our Abundant Blessings" has a review of our Project Passport: The Middle Ages on her blog! Check it out!

Laurie from "Our Abundant Blessings" has a review of our Project Passport: The Middle Ages on her blog! Check it out!

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