I follow you guys on instagram, so I find seeing you on this forum to be quite exciting.I'm so sorry your daughter is having trouble with history! So I'm blowing my own horn here, but making your history curriculum come alive is what we do at Take Time for Art. We show art images, maps, photographs, and architecture into the story of history that we tell through streaming video. We do it in an entertaining way that captures your child's attention and helps them have fun. AND we do step-by-step hands-on art projects based on the art history we have seen in the videos. We have simple versions and more complicated versions of our products so that families can do these together. You can check us out at taketimeforart.com.
So glad you've enjoyed Our Star-Spangled Story! Notgrass History has curriculum for middle school and high school in addition to elementary. All of our courses include primary sources, literature recommendations, and hands-on activities.We changed a few months ago from a classical type curriculum to Notgrass. Our Star Spangled Story is the name of their elementary course . . .