SOTW Blog Roll


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.


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27 thoughts on “SOTW Blog Roll

  1. Michelle G.

    I’m so excited for this blog roll! I will link up Ancient Rome and an activity from the SOTW Activity book soon! And then we start Volume 2. Thanks for hosting the blog roll!

    1. Victoria Post author

      Hi Shannon, thanks for visiting! The SOTW Blog Roll is hosted on my own blog and isn’t a separate blog. You are welcome to subscribe to my blog, which you can do so on the right hand side, but it won’t tell you when this page is updated (you’ll only receive an e-mail each time I post a new post). If you have a blog yourself, you might like to add the SOTW Blog Button to your sidebar. Or else just bookmark this page in your ‘favourites’ and check back here regularly to see what others add.
      Thanks for stopping by!
      Regards, Victoria

    1. Victoria Post author

      Hi, thanks for stopping by. You should be able to see a red ‘x’ on any link that you submit yourself. I have gone ahead and done it for you on this one. Let me know if you’d like any help. from Victoria

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  4. anna

    Did you include Satori Smiles’ site? It’s here:

    There’s also ‘Our Story of the World’, although it doesn’t go terribly far:

    I also do Story of the World posts on my blog, but there are so many other things in between, I put together a Pinterest board for our lessons, so people don’t have to dig thru them – they’re all in one place:

    Hope these might help you, too!

    1. Victoria Post author

      Thanks for visiting! The way this works is that you post the links yourself. If you look under the thumbnails above, you click on ‘add your link’ then you’ll see where you enter the direct url to your posts, the name of your post, and your e-mail address (which isn’t made public). If you have any problems linking up, please let me know.

  5. Amy

    I have blogged weekly on our homeschool, but my SOTW segments are all mixed in with everything else, so I don’t know what specifically I would link to here; though I love the idea! You might like to link up to a site called The Ultimate Linky:

    It hosts link-ups on homeschooling and food, all sorts of topics, so that you can get more exposure for your blog roll.

    1. Victoria Post author

      Hi Amy! Great to hear from you. Just link up your lovely curriculum page if you want to. It would be great if some other Story of the Worlders could find your blog. It’s fun to find activities and supplements, but also just neat to ‘meet’ like-minded homeschoolers. 😉
      I’ll take a link at that Link site. Bless you heaps, from Victoria

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  8. lessonsbyheart

    What an excellent idea! Where were you when I homeschooled my sons? The last one graduated three years ago! Enjoy your kids. They grow up and are too soon gone.

    Thanks for following Lessons by Heart. May the Lord bless your labor here, and give a bountiful harvest in all you do. 🙂

    Praising Jesus – my favorite Teacher of all!

  9. Learning Mama

    We are on our second year of using SOTW and are loving it! We were so excited to start studying the Middle Ages and I will be updating our progress regularly on my blog Thanks so much for assembling all these links! There really is no limit to where you can take your learning with this curriculum.


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