Since I was setting up notebooks for our Mystery of History Volume 3 studies, I decided to make a video to share. I’ll walk you through the Mystery of History website where you can order all of the products, and show which ones we choose to use. I’ll also show you the notebooks I set up for myself and for the kids.
Mystery of History Volume III resources we use:
- The Student Reader (new copies include a code for digital companion guide)
- Companion Guide
- Notebooking Pages
- Planning Pages
- Challenge Cards
- This printable timeline from Master Books
As usual, I’m creating lesson plans for Volume 3 to share with my readers. You will find all of those here.
Many people wonder how to use Mystery of History as an American History curriculum. I’ll be doing that this year, so be sure to follow along with my lesson plans as they are updated on the blog. I will not use a separate curriculum for American; I’ll simply expand some areas of Mystery of History volumes 3 and 4 to include a more in-depth study. (And since we live in Texas, I’ll include our state history along the way, too.)
Did you catch my podcast interview with Linda Hobar, the creator of Mystery of History? We had a great time talking all about books and home libraries. Check it out here!