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  1. JohnNotgrass

    How to Teach History, Geography, and Civics

    Using primary sources, biographies and historical fiction, and hands-on activities are great ways to help children learn. John Notgrass will share tips that all parents can use and highlight resources available from Notgrass History. Join us Thursday, September 3, at 4:00 pm Central Time for...
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    Pre-Order "Exploring World Geography" from Notgrass History - Ends Sep 30, 2020

    Exploring World Geography by Ray Notgrass is a one-year high school course that describes and explains the world God created. Students will learn about mankind's interaction with the world both in the past and in the present. Your high school student will gain a rich understanding of physical...
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    Pre-Order "America the Beautiful" (2nd Edition) - Ends Sep 30, 2020

    America the Beautiful is a one-year U.S. history, geography, and literature course for students in grades five to eight. Through September 30, 2020, you can pre-order the new edition of this curriculum. Here's what you'll get: access to the complete digital version of the curriculum (including...
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    Pre-Order Elementary U.S. Geography and Save - Ends June 30, 2020

    Notgrass History is taking pre-orders for Our 50 States, their new elementary U.S. geography course. Take advantage of this offer before June 30 to save $10 and get free shipping. Our 50 States is a one-year American geography and...
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    Apr 22: Virtual WWII Experience

    One Soldier's Story: A Tennessean in WWII Please join us for a live WWII history program on April 22 at 10:30 a.m. Central Time. (Or watch the replay any time!) Wesley Notgrass (1915-2007) joined the United States Army in 1941 and served for four years, one month, and seven days in the...
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    Apr 13: VIRTUAL Laura Ingalls Wilder Field Trip

    Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867-1957) left a lasting impact on American literature with her Little House series of books. In this presentation, John Notgrass takes you on a virtual tour of the places Laura lived, shares stories that didn't make it into her books, and performs songs that the Ingalls...
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    Free Laura Ingalls Wilder videos and field trip guide

    Laura Ingalls Wilder lived in many different little houses in many different places during her long, fascinating life. For over twenty years, our family has enjoyed exploring the places where the Ingalls and Wilder families lived. We have now made memories with four generations. Enjoy our video...
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    Oct 15-18: Toccoa, GA - Homeschool History Extravaganza

    Make memories with your family this fall in north Georgia. Notgrass History is hosting a family retreat at the Georgia Baptist Conference Center, located on a beautiful lake in Toccoa, Georgia. Toccoa is roughly a four- to five-hour drive from Nashville, Tennessee; Winston-Salem, North...
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    Mar 10 - Norman, OK: Art Museum

    Join other homeschooling families for a field trip to the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma campus in Norman. This museum features a wide variety of artwork from Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Featured artists include Ansel Adams, John Singleton Copley, Edgar Degas...
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    Mar 24: Warrenton, MO: Laura Ingalls Wilder Presentation

    Come on a tour of places Laura lived with photographs and stories, and listen to songs that the Ingalls family enjoyed. For all ages. Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 6 PM Scenic Regional Library 912 S State Highway 47 Warrenton, Missouri 63383
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    Feb 24 - Olympia, WA: State Capitol

    Washington State Capitol Homeschool Field Trip Monday, February 24, 2020 at 10:00 am Join other homeschooling families for a field trip to the Washington State Capitol in Olympia. During your visit, you can participate in several activities: Do a self-guided tour and let your children enjoy a...
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    Jan 16 - Waco, TX: Texas Ranger Museum

    Join other homeschooling families for a field trip to the official historical center of the famed Texas Rangers Law Enforcement Agency in Waco. You will learn about Texas history, government, crime investigation, public safety, geography, and more! It's Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 1:00 pm...
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    Want to earn free access to Homeschool History? 🗿

    Homeschool History is a web-based app that you can access from any device. It features a searchable database of books, videos, audio resources, and field trip ideas to supplement whatever history curriculum you are using. Search by topic, time period, country or region, and type of resource...
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    Questions about Notgrass History

    What would you like to know about Notgrass History? You can check out the extensive FAQ on our website, but we're glad to answer any questions you have right here!
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    Keeping in touch with Notgrass History

    Hello, fellow homeschoolers! We look forward to keeping in touch with you here on Homeschool Speak. If you want to get more information and encouragement from Notgrass History, here are a few ways to do that: Get Our Emails We send out a weekly email with videos, history lessons, family...