Coffee With Carrie Podcast

History Alive: Part 1

July 02, 2020 Season 1 Episode 21
Coffee With Carrie Podcast
History Alive: Part 1
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Coffee With Carrie Podcast
History Alive: Part 1
Jul 02, 2020 Season 1 Episode 21

"The more you know about the past, the more prepared you are for the future." ~ T. Roosevelt.  Yes, the more today's generation learns about the past, the better prepared they will be for the future.  You can teach history without dry, boring, and sound-bite history textbooks that are often filled with half-truths, political ideologies, or revisionist history.  Did you hate history class growing up?  Are your kids bored to death when it is time for history lessons?  If you are looking for a different way to make history come alive in your homeschooling, then take a little coffee break with Carrie.  In this Two-Part Podcast, Carrie shares engaging, easy, and inexpensive ways to teach history to the entire family.  In the first part, Carrie shares how to organize your history lessons for the year and how to include the entire family.  All resources mentioned in this podcast can be found at coffeewithcarrie.org or at IG @coffeewithcarrieconsultant.

Show Notes

"The more you know about the past, the more prepared you are for the future." ~ T. Roosevelt.  Yes, the more today's generation learns about the past, the better prepared they will be for the future.  You can teach history without dry, boring, and sound-bite history textbooks that are often filled with half-truths, political ideologies, or revisionist history.  Did you hate history class growing up?  Are your kids bored to death when it is time for history lessons?  If you are looking for a different way to make history come alive in your homeschooling, then take a little coffee break with Carrie.  In this Two-Part Podcast, Carrie shares engaging, easy, and inexpensive ways to teach history to the entire family.  In the first part, Carrie shares how to organize your history lessons for the year and how to include the entire family.  All resources mentioned in this podcast can be found at coffeewithcarrie.org or at IG @coffeewithcarrieconsultant.