And a few other topics as well. We cover a lot of territory in this episode!
2:42 - Do you have any non-negotiable lessons for the day?
5:01 - Do you have any book recommendations for teaching science?
13:50 - How do you dig deep in a unit and get your kids excited about it?
20:59 - Could you recommend a single book resource for teaching different periods in history?
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Resources for teaching Science:
World Book Encyclopedia
World Book Childcraft series and Young Scientist
Science Is...A Source book for fascinating facts, projects and activities
Catholic Heritage Curricula Behold and See program
Resources for teaching History:
Interview with Philip Campbell, history nerd (podcast)
Why does history matter? An interview with Philip Campbell (podcast)
Favorite Poems Old and New by Helen Ferris
The Story of Civilization Series by Philip Campbell
Let the Authors Speak by Carolyn Hatcher
My First History of Canada by D.J. Dickie
Homeschooling, simplified: Great books to study Canadian History by Bonnie Landry
Johnny Cash: The Gettysburg Address (Youtube)
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