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20 Book Series to Get Your Kids Hooked on History

A book series is a great way to get your child reading and learning at the same time ... history books for kids are an easy way to make that happen.

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I Survived..Lauren Tarshis Novel Studies (Gettysburg, Titanic & Pearl Harbor)

I Survived.... By Lauren Tarshis Novel Study Bundle The Battle of Gettysburg, The Sinking of the Titanic, and The Bombing of Pearl Harbor

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Books for Kids Who Like Little House on the Prairie

A list of books for kids who like the Little House series. These all look interesting and includes a good variety.

from Pics & Papers

Landmark Books in Chronological Order

Landmark Books are golden for reading aloud to the nine- to fourteen-yr-old boy set and actually keeping their attention.

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Free Little House on The Prairie Virtual Field Trip

You have to see this for your Little House fans! Jamie from Simple Homeschool has put together a Little House on The Prairie Virtual Field Trip. Included are maps, pictures, videos and more in a gentle format that children will love!

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The CA Mission Model Project

California History for Kids: Missions, Miners, and Moviemakers in the Golden State, Includes 21 Activities (For Kids series)

from Creekside Learning

American Girl Doll Books ~ History Book Club

Using American Girl doll historical figures to learn about early American history.

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A WWII Christmas: Teaching about Christmas Past to Reduce Christmas “Presents” + Free Printables! {Part Four}

Do your children drive you batty with the Christmas "gimmes"? How about giving them historical perspective? In World War II, shortages made Christmas giving more challenging. On, author Sarah Sundin shares an article and printables about Christmas gifts in WWII, including toy ads from December 1943! (PS: Not just for homeschoolers :) ) "Teaching about Christmas Past to Reduce Christmas 'Presents.'"