Free Missions-Themed Activity Books

Become a Bold Believer One of our favorite geography supplements is the FREE Bold Believers series from Kids of Courage/Voice of the Martyrs. Each book in the series features a restricted nation and includes stories, activities, recipes, and cultural information about the focus nation. This amazing resource helps your learners immerse themselves in the culture of each… Continue reading Free Missions-Themed Activity Books

Free Picture Study Resource: Understanding America Through Art

*IMPORTANT NOTE FROM THE STORY FARMER:  It appears that this free resource is no longer available.  I will leave the post up in case they make it available again in the future. In the meantime, I will be working on putting together a similar resource to help you combine your American history studies with picture… Continue reading Free Picture Study Resource: Understanding America Through Art

Free Resources for the “Who Was” Book Series – Part 3

Free Resources for the Who Was Book Series – Part 3 Welcome to our third and final post featuring the Who Was book series. Each post features three titles from the series, so check out Part 1 and Part 2 for more free resources! Who Was Alexander Hamilton? Reading level and book specifics: Age Range: 8 – 12… Continue reading Free Resources for the “Who Was” Book Series – Part 3

Free Resources for American History-Themed “Who Was” Books

Free Resources for the American-History Themed “Who Was” Books Our nine-volume Who Was book set giveaway is over. I had a great time interacting with my readers about these books and look forward to being able to give away another set in the future. If you missed this giveaway, don’t worry! Scroll to the end of… Continue reading Free Resources for American History-Themed “Who Was” Books

Thanksgiving in Art: Five Great Works for Picture Study

This year we are introducing Thanksgiving-themed artwork into our picture studies.  Though a true picture study is normally stretched out over a term, we will be discussing the following paintings during our American history time, so we’ll be using a simple, modified approach. If you are new to Charlotte Mason picture studies, check out this post… Continue reading Thanksgiving in Art: Five Great Works for Picture Study