(These are tools that I will be using this year to help my children memorize details about each subject that we are studying this year. I will not have them watch each video every day. Instead I will rotate them as we move through the year. )
English: Celtic warrior`s garments, replicas. In the museum Kelten-Keller, Rodheim-Bieber, Germany. I asked the responsible person at the entrance for the permission to take the photo, which he granted me. Deutsch: Tracht und Ausrüstungsgegenstände eines keltischen Krieges, Rekonstruktion. Im Museum KeltenKeller in Rodheim-Bieber, Hessen. Auf Nachfrage bei der Museumsaufsicht wurde mir das Fotografieren gestattet. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Celtic iron age roundhouse (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
G.A. Henty’s books are at the top of my list for must read historical fiction, but with over 90 of them it’s a daunting task to know where to start and how to align them with what you are studying. I wanted to read through all of them with my children as we follow the classical model of studying history, so I wanted to know what books align with what year in history. For that purpose I created a chronological listing of his books. Please join Noah’s Ark Homeschool Academy on A Journey Through History. We will be starting in the Middle Ages and cycling back to the beginning.
“They carried with them the hideous head of Grendel.” An illustration of 4 men carrying the head of Grendel. Marshall, Henrietta Elizabeth (1908). Stories of Beowulf, 63. T.C. & E.C. Jack. Stories of Beowulf-88.jpg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)