Why We Tell The Story: A Narrative Approach to Homeschool History —
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Let’s face it: many parents who attended public schools remember history class as a snooze-worthy parade of names, dates, and battles. When it’s time to start homeschooling our own kids, we often wonder what we can do to make history come alive. Learn how to tap into your child’s natural love of stories to spark a lifelong interest in history.
Blair Lee, M.S. is the primary author of Pandia Press’s critically acclaimed REAL Science Odyssey Series, and she is the author of The Science of Climate Change: A Hands-On Course. Blair earned Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Chemistry and Master’s degree in Chemistry at the University of California San Diego. She is a passionate advocate of innovative academics using secular materials. Through her speaking and writing, her goal is to empower homeschoolers to dare to be innovative and create something unique and academically-rich when handcrafting their child’s journey through learning. Lindsey Sodano is a writer, editor, and mom of three who lives in Mason, Ohio. She has degrees in English and education from Boston College, where she focused her studies in English on children’s literature and feminist literary criticism and her education studies on alternative forms of education such as homeschooling and gender-specific schools. After several years in the business world, Lindsey began homeschooling her oldest child, JR, with a classically-inspired eclectic approach.