mamamindy Posted September 30, 2012 Share Posted September 30, 2012 We got the audio version (we also have the book) & my girls love listening to it so much that they're way beyond where we "should" be (as far as coloring, activities, etc.) We also check out related library books, and we're trying to incorporate some projects. (It is my plan, but we're really still trying to get a firm grip on the 3 "Rs".) Does anyone have any suggestions on how to "do" history this way? Does it really matter if we do projects (or listen to other related audio) that isn't really in line with what we're studying that particular week in the text? I'm trying to make this as stress-free (for me!) and fun as possible. :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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