If you’re a homeschool blogger and use “Story of the World” for your history, come and link up your posts so we can all connect and share our journey using this fantastic history resource together. This is a place where we can share how we’re using “Story of the World” in our families, glean ideas and tips from one another, and pass on book lists and ideas for extra activities and projects.
Please include which volume(s) of Story of the World that you are using in your title (unless it’s a general post), and link to the actual SOTW post and not your homepage. You are welcome to link up related history posts, such as Ancient Egypt activities, renaissance art, and such like. Feel free to link up as many posts as you’d like to.
Once you’ve linked up here, please share the blog roll button in your sidebar so others can find this list, and you can find your way back here easily also (or at least a link in the related post).
I hope you also find some like-minded homeschooling families to connect with.