Welcome to week three of the 2016 Virtual Curriculum Fair. This year I am co-hosting with Kristen over at Sunrise to Sunset and Laura over at Day by Day in our World. I'm on a mission this year to read the original works of Charlotte Mason and to implement her philosophies in our homeschool. One of the things she often talks about is that education is a science of relations. This idea really resonates with me because nothing in life truly stands in isolation. EVERYTHING is interwoven and affected by everything else. Over the years I've grown to understand and see the benefit of immersion in education and the deep impact it has on the student.
In week one we looked at language arts and in week two we covered math, science and logic. This week we will take a look at things like history and geography.
My personal passion is teaching/learning history chronologically. My reasons for this are: dates help us to anchor our learning and every single subject happened somewhere in history.
The stories of history are my personal favourite and I have shared more thoughts on this here: Teaching History Revisited
Over the years I have found that geography is one area that is mournfully neglected in the home school community. There are a few ways of teaching this interesting subject after all everything that has ever happened in history happened somewhere in our amazing world!
On This Blog
- Science in High School
- Science in the Junior Years
- Teaching History Revisited
- Science - How do you do it?
- My Passion: Chronological History
- Time Lines - Make Your Own Tutorial
You can find full internet linked lists covering Pinterest, Curriculum Choices, on the www, and freebies for the following subjects (click on the graphic to see the post)
What others have to say on Exploring Our World
Yvie @ Gypsy Road - Bringing It to Life! History, Geography, & Science
Jen Altman @ Chestnut Grove Academy - Virtual Curriculum Fair 2016: Exploring Our World, How We Do Social Studies and Life/Earth Science
Laura @ Day by Day in Our World - Learning About the World Around Us
Lisa @ GoldenGrasses - Exploring & Discovering Around the World
Annette @ A Net In Time - Science and Culture Around the World and at Home
Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break - Exploring History and Geography
Laura @ Four Little Penguins - Going Around the World at Our Kitchen Table
Joelle @ Homeschooling for His Glory - Our Tackling of the Social Studies and Science
Kristen @ Sunrise to Sunset - Encouraging Curiosity about the World
It's YOUR Turn
What are your thoughts on Exploring Our World. If you have a blog post on any of the subjects at hand add them below and if not then please leave me a comment and lets chat.