Welcome to Guest Hollow's American History Year 2!
This free American history supplement / curriculum / program was originally written for the target grades of 2-8. In the future I may add in more components for high school (and additional "meat" for jr. high). It could possibly make an excellent supplement to any other American history curriculum (for a variety of ages) with plenty of "gravy" like worksheets, printables, links, extra reading, crafts, videos, lapbooks, activities and more.
Want to see my other free history curriculum that combines American and world history in a chronological timeline format? Click here!
Programs this schedule would be a good supplement for (in my opinion) are Sonlight, WinterPromise, Veritas, Ambelside, My Father's World and any other literature rich curriculum.
American History 2 is what I'm writing for my son to use in the future and I’m sharing it with you in honor of the multitude of blessings God has bestowed on my family. I don't make ANY claims about it. I've provided a downloadable version of our schedule below that is free to anyone who wants to check it out . Although this study is secular, you could easily add in any Christian textbooks or literature. I also may add some book notes & study guides that reflect our family's Christian beliefs, in the future.
Our free homeschool American history curriculum uses a literature and activity approach. I've worked hard to include a variety of materials and extras like lapbooks, videos, interactive websites, different types of books (visual, novels, fiction, non-fiction, picture books, comic books), songs, and other resources.
Click here to download a printable schedule in Microsoft Word 2007 format (.docx) This is what I created it in, so there may be minor variations in the "older" version of Word.
If you don't have Microsoft Word, you can download the FREE Open Office program and use that instead.
Or you can download the free Word Viewer from Microsoft. You can use it to read and print word documents, but you can't edit them.
Last update: 9/22/2009 - Check back for changes!
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Click on the links below to navigate to the different resources.
If you'd like to take a look at the first week of the shedule online, this is the place to do it.
This optional study is full of hands-on activities to help your student learn about famous American artists and culture.
Take a look at all the goodies I've scheduled in!
(Books, Printables, Videos, Workbooks)
Check out all the crafts, websites,things to listen to online, etc.
Otter loves to cook, so I scheduled in various history related recipes for the year.