Hands on Teaching of the Middle Ages for Your Homeschooler

This year we are exploring the Middle Ages.  My 2nd grader and I are looking forward to learning more about castles, knights, Robin Hood, and so much more!  She is much more of a hands on, project learner than my other two. The cutting, coloring, gluing, etc. of lap books is like nails on a chalk board for them, but Ava loves to work on hands on projects and have little books, folders, and things to show for it later!  She keeps the many lap books we have created together on the bookshelf in her room so she can look at them whenever she likes.

Hands on Teaching of the Middle Ages for Your Homeschooler

Now roll out the first in a new curriculum that invites children to take a trip through time to get a true understanding of history through dozens of activities and hands-on learning opportunities…..Middle Ages Passport History Study from Homeschool in the Woods.

Middle Ages Passport History Study from Homeschool in the Woods

The Middle Ages from Homeschool in the Woods

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What We Love About Project Passport – Middle Ages:

  • It comes to you on DVD which makes it easy to pull up on your computer and print what you need.  If your dog eats the papers or your kids step on them you can easily reprint them!
  • Each “Stop” is clearly written out and organized to make your job easier.  All you have to do is gather the supplies, print, and go!
  • This product is great for hands on learners as there are many different projects to create and interact with such as lap book activities, writing, games, building projects and more.
  • There are many activities in this Project Passport so you can make it what you want.  Pick and choose what interests you, do it all, or do just a few things, it is totally up to you.

What is Included in the Middle Ages Passport Study:

  • Included are 25 “Stops” where you will witness exciting events and meet interesting people. Each stop has Guide Book Text to read on a topic, and an Itinerary for project choices and directions. Masters for all printables are included.
  • Activities such as Souvenir Craft Cards, a File Folder Game, Postcards from Famous Folks, create your own “Medieval Times” newspaper, many lap book projects, and more!
  • 7 Dramatized Audio Tours –  join “Knight in Shining Armor Tours” on some medieval excursions such as a town on Festival Day or the Battlefield of Hastings.
  • You can Download A Sample to check it out!

What to expect in the Middle Ages Passport Project

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