Janna Posted August 8, 2008 Share Posted August 8, 2008 I am starting SOTW for the 2nd time around for my 10yo dd, and the 1st time around for 6.5yo ds. I am so happy to be studying the same book at the same time! My question is, what exactly do I do? I'm assuming that I would go ahead and read the chapters to them together, but after that, they need different things (or don't they?). I was assuming that after dd read the SOTW chapter, she would then read out of the Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of the World and/or the Usborne World History book for the corresponding events. But then what? Do I have her write a report as part of her writing curriculum? Do I ask her the same review questions that ds would get? Would she still do the mapwork (again) that ds would do? How do we go deeper than we did the first time around? Also, we've never done a time-line before. I really, really want to do one. Do you have any that you would recommend? I would take suggestions for wall time-lines and book time-lines. The only book one I've seen is the "Wonders of Old" book. I haven't seen any wall ones. Would a time-line and the additional reading described above be sufficient? Thanks for any help you can offer. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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