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A Glorious Songbook

Compiled by Cooper Edens, The Glorious American Songbook is a wonderful addition to any homeschooling library. Students of all grade levels will benefit from reading this book, especially if they are currently studying American history. Some of the songs chosen for the book commemorate major events in American history, such as the Revolutionary War (Yankee Doodle) and the Gold Rush (Clementine), while others honor

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Homeschooling | History with Jean Fritz

When my younger children study history, we usually read together from a main text, such as The Story of the World. I also like to supplement our reading with other books about the same subject. One of my favorite authors of children’s history books is Jean Fritz. Fritz’s career as an author has spanned over fifty years and included more than twenty-five books, many

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Dover Coloring Books

If you want to supplement your elementary curriculum with coloring pages and can’t find what you’re looking for online, take a moment to look through the catalog of Dover Publications. Dover has printed coloring books for sale featuring subjects ranging from the alphabet to anatomy to wildlife to famous paintings to holidays. And they publish more each year. Included in the art coloring books

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The American Patriot’s Almanac

If your crew is studying American History next year, consider supplementing your curriculum with The American Patriot’s Almanac by William J. Bennett and John T.E. Cribb. You don’t have to wait for a U.S. History unit to begin using this book; however, it’s a great resource to use any time. A patriot is someone who loves his country, for the family and friends who

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