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Timeline Kit

I'm gearing up for our next homeschooling year and one thing I want to do is make what I call subject baskets or in my case use containers.
Timeline Kit
Sarah's book- Mom's Fun-Schooling Handbook she encourages us mamas to put things in baskets or crates or whatever you have them handy for the kids.

Well we don't have a lot of room so I'm using plastic containers. In this video (under 3 min.) I share what we are putting in our basic timeline kit. Enjoy!

I call this a basic kit because I'm putting only what is really needed. If you have a bigger container or are using cute baskets and crates you can had history & audio books, maps, placemat maps, etc. Get creative.

I plan to grab their kit now and them and work on THEIR timeline. I think it's great when mom gets involved. It really shows the kids that learning is and can be fun! So a challenge to all you mamas, teach by example. Grab your kiddos books, pens, and timeline (or whatever subject) and do some school with them!

Here is a review I wrote about Picturing the Past and Make Your Own Timeline of World History if your interested in reading it =)

4 comments

  1. What a neat idea! I love the idea of subject baskets.

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    1. Me too. I think it's going to help my kids get organized. This past year things have been a little crazy in the organization area of our homeschooling.

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  2. A great organization idea! I have had my girls use the same timeline book from K-12 (well, they each have their own), but it's fun to look back at what they have learned.

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    1. Wow, that is so neat. I wish I would have kept a timeline like that. What memories to look back on.

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