Eldest girl was browsing her Tapestry of Grace notebook. “So it says here I’m supposed to keep a time line.” Then she saw the light bulb floating above my head.
The Book of Time from our early Sonlight days. The book I set aside for later. I pulled it from the long-forgotten section of the History shelf.
She was intrigued.
Her enthusiasm drew a crowd. “Aw, you got Joseph. I wanted Joseph!” “George Mueller. You know there is more to the story than the Veggie Tale version, you should read the book.” “Look Mama, Theodore Roosevelt.” “You know what I think is neat? God made sure all the best presidents in history were Christian presidents.” Eldest boy shared the observation his Daddy had shared with him.
So pretty soon we’ll be ordering a set specific to the 20th century. I’ve had fun clicking through all the Timeline Figure sets. And am looking forward to more afternoons with our Book of Time.
-Tricia homeschools five children from preschool to middle school, mixing up a classical and Charlotte Mason style. You can find her facing that daily dose of chaos at Hodgepodge and sharing habits at Habits for a Happy Home.
You keep pulling me towards TOG!! I think i am going to have to call them or something!
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HAy, We just rediscovered our book of time this year and we are having such fun – first time we have ever been up to date with it!!! And my daughter (9) is learning more than anyone as she discovers what she is learning in history is not in isolation, I whole lot of events during an era could be happening all at one time!!!! Loving it!!!
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Our time line is the one thing we never seem to keep up with. .. and I don’t know why that is! Perhaps this is something we should try..
BTW, you have been awarded the One Lovely Blog award
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