I admit, I've been feeling just a scooch whiny about needing to use free resources for almost everything. I mean, it's one thing to say that, in theory, it could be done. It's another thing entirely to actually do it.
Anyway, I looked through the World History section and, while there's plenty of decent stuff there, nothing excited me. So, I did some more digging online and found this BBC podcast: A History of the World in 100 Objects which, I believe, will be a pretty amazing fit for my older daughter.
So, even if you don't need free resources, but have older kids who struggle to read lengthy texts (like my DD), or hate history, or need something a bit lighter because the rest of their studies are so heavy... here you go. It's not a complete course, but a clever, engaging jumping off point.
And if I hadn't needed to attempt free for the upcoming year, I would have probably not come across it. So, everything is working together just as it needs to.
Edited by shinyhappypeople, 20 May 2017 - 11:36 AM.