I’m late posting about this particular field trip because we went a couple of weeks ago, but we’ve been busy with more so it’s time to catch up! It’s nice that on days that we need to get outside and be in nature we have so many great opportunities relatively near by.
Two weeks ago we went to Old Man’s Cave, the most popular outdoor draw in Hocking Hills and one of the most popular in the state. This is the first time Emma remembers being there, so she was very drawn to the scenic beauty.
A few of the beautiful books we’re reading this term for our American History Study.
Ingri D’Aulaire is well-known in the Charlotte Mason world for the wonderfully written and illustrated living history books. I love them!
The rest of our list for this term:
- The Legend of Ohio
- Leif the Lucky by d’Aulaire
- Columbus by d’Aulaire
- Pedro’s Journal
- Pocahontas by d’Aulaire
- If You Sailed on the Mayflower
- Squanto, Friend of Pilgrims
- Tattered Sails
- Sarah Witcher’s Story
- The Courage of Sarah Noble
- Calico Bush
- Matchlock Gun
- George Washington by d’Aulaire
- Mr. Revere and I
- Tolivar’s Secret
- Benjamin Franklin by d’Aulaire
- Homespun Sarah
- Carolina Courage
- Indian Captive