I love the Home School in the Woods company so I was very excited to be able to review this hands-on history product for them as part of the TOS Home School Review Crew.
HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study is a history curriculum that teaches history by allowing your kids to travel back in time and experience history in the making. Project Passport includes a travel plan with itineraries for what you will find at each stop along your trip, a project to make your own passport and luggage folder to use throughout your travels, audio tours, corresponding lapbooks, recipes, timeline, maps, crafts, and more.
Kids aren't just learning by reading and memorizing. They are learning by doing and experiencing too.
We have already been studying the Renaissance and the Reformation with our regular history curriculum so we used the Project Passport: Renaissance and Reformation as a supplement to what we are already using. It is suggested for grades 3-8.
However, there are also three other Project Passport products covering Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, as well as The Middle Ages. Another Project Passport covering Ancient Rome is scheduled for release sometime in 2018.
We also learned about Galileo Galilei and his invention of the sliding telescope. Both kids loved the way these turned out! I asked my daughter to hold hers so I could take a picture of it and she pretended to look at stars through it!
We used the download version of Project Passport which costs $33.95 or you can purchase a CD for $34.95. Either way you will have to have a printer and paper, preferably colored card stock, in order to print the itineraries and activity pages so make sure to include time for this in your teacher planning time.
We have thoroughly enjoyed the HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study: Renaissance and Reformation. I only wish we had know about them earlier when we were studying the Egypt and the Middle Ages. Home School in the Woods recently added Ancient Greek to the Project Passport lineup and they are scheduled to release the Project Passport: Ancient Rome edition in 2018.
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