Saturday, February 18, 2017

How to Homeschool More Than One Subject/Kid at Once for Free

Check out the books we have right now in our home: art, authors, architecture, faith, Black history, science, geography and events. That's a lot of cool FREE learning on my floor there :-)

I had my 15-year-old son Joel compose a list of the Who Was/Is books from Penguin because we are finding them to be so awesome. We do love Story of the World as well, for history for multiple ages, but it's fun to stop and read a quick biography of a person we find out about in Story of the World or just pick one up to read anytime.

I like to read these to all five kids at once and call it English and History. I like to homeschool multiple kids at a time to SAVE time and also do multiple subjects to save time ... this is how we can be more laid-back and have more time for playing outside, meeting friends at the park, etc. You can read a chapter a day or easily blow through one in a day. We normally do a chapter or two a day.

There's even a Mad Libs so you can beef up your kids' parts of speech knowledge while having fun at the same time!

If the thought of finding time to read to the kids right now freaks you out, you can assign a book to a kid to read and then have them tell the family about it orally or have them practice their report-writing skills. It's all up to you! And these are at the library so you can also homeschool for free using these resources.

Here's the list in alphabetical order by first name. I'll do another post for the "What Was" series or just add them here ... I haven't decided yet ... you let me know what you prefer :-)

Abigail Adams 
Abraham Lincoln 
Albert Einstein 
Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Hamilton 
Alexander the Great 
Alfred Hitchcock 
Amelia Earhart 
Andrew Jackson 
Andy Warhol
Anne Frank
Annie Oakley
Babe Ruth 
Barack Obama 
Beatrix Potter
Beecher Stowe 
Ben Franklin 
Betsy Ross 
Bill Gates 
Blackbeard 
Bob Dylan 
Bob Marley 
Bruce Lee 
Bruce Springsteen 
Cesar Chavez
Charles Darwin 
Charles Dickens 
Charlie Chaplin 
Christopher Columbus 
Clara Barton 
Claude Monet 
Daniel Boone
Davy Crockett 
Derek Jeter
Dolly Parton 
Dr. Seuss
Earnest Shackleton 
Edgar Allan Poe
Eleanor Roosevelt 
Elton John
Elvis Presley 
Ferdinand Magellan 
Fidel Castro
Frank Lloyd Wright 
Franklin Roosevelt 
Frederick Douglas
Frida Kahlo
Galileo 
Gandhi 
Genghis Khan 
George Lucas 
George Washington Carver 
George Washington 
Gloria Steinem 
Hail to the Chiefs 
Harriet Tubman
Harry Houdini 
Helen Keller 
Henry Ford
Hillary Clinton 
Isaac Newton 
J.K. Rowling 
J.R.R. Tolkien 
Jackie Kennedy 
Jackie Robinson 
Jacques Cousteau 
Jane Goodall
Jeff Kinney 
Jesse Owens 
Jesus 
Jim Henson 
Joan of Arc
John F. Kennedy 
Johnny Appleseed 
Jules Verne 
Julia Child 
Julius Caesar
King Tut 
Laura Ingalls Wilder 
Leonardo Da Vinci
Lewis Carroll
Louis Armstrong 
Louis Braille 
Lucille Ball
Malala Yousafzai
Marci Polo 
Maria Talchief 
Marie Antoinette 
Marie Curie 
Mark Twain 
Martin Luther King. Jr.
Maurice Sendak 
Maya Angelou 
Michael Jackson 
Michelle Obama 
Milton Bradley 
Milton Hershey 
Mother Theresa 
Muhammad Ali
Neil Armstrong 
Nelson Mandela
Pablo Picasso 
Paul Revere 
Pete Seeger 
Pope Francis
Princess Diana 
Queen Elizabeth 
Queen Victoria 
Rachel Carson 
Ralph Lauren (coming soon)
Richard Branson 
Roald Dahl 
Robert E. Lee 
Robert Ripley 
Roberto Clemente 
Ronald Reagan 
Rosa Parks 
Sacagewea 
Sally Ride 
Seabiscuit 
Sitting Bull
Sojourner Truth 
Sonia Sotamayor 
Stan Lee
Steve Erwin 
Steve Jobs 
Steven Spielberg 
Stevie Wonder (coming soon)
Susan B. Anthony 
The Beatles 
The Brothers Grimm 
The Rolling Stones 
The Three Stooges (coming soon)
The Wright Brothers 
Theodore Roosevelt 
Thomas Alva Edison
Thomas Jefferson 
Ulysses S. Grant 
Venus and Serena Williams 
Walt Disney 
Wayne Gretzky 
Who was Activity Book 
Who was Mad Libs
William Shakespeare 
Winston Churchill
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Woodrow Wilson 

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