I love when my kiddos make connections with their History sentences, literature, the Bible, etc.
However, my eldest son, (let's just call him A) is not so much into arts-y/craft-y stuff. He has always been a 'spewing out what he knows' kind of guy or 'reading all he can get his hands on a topic' kind of dude.
So I put together this to help him (and me) track his History learning. We do not have a History Curriculum per se. We use CC Cycle 1 History sentences as our 'spine'. I then have a
Without further ado here is 6 Step History and the 'People/Places' sheets. A will fill these out each week. And, he'll have fun or else....kidding on that one...hahhaha. I think he'll like having it spiral bound and not fishing for Notebook pages or Narration sheets. At the end of the year he'll have a great record of what he has learned in History --History---History--History:)
6 Step History
People-Places History Pages