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Subject Integration

subject integration

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What’s subject integration?

 

Subject integration means that while you’re studying the history of each period, you’re also studying its science, art, and music…while weaving in language arts.

 

And even better, you’re using the same books for all, instead of paying for a separate curriculum for each subject.

 And everyone can study the same thing at the same time, each at his or her own level!

subject integration kindergarten

While learning about the Middle Ages, your children will be studying maps (geography) and dramatizing what they’re learning about (fine arts)…

(Ask me about the time water leaked through the ceiling light fixtures while my kids were ‘playing rainforest’ in the shower upstairs!)

Narrations (language arts) don’t have to be aloud – drawing, painting and making models are all valid expressions of what your kids are learning…

subject integration elementary

kindergarten

Narrations (language arts) don’t have to be aloud – drawing, painting and making models are all valid ways of expressing what your kids are learning…

 subject integration middle school

Instead of just memorizing isolated textbook facts (ho hum), your kids will be gobbling up exciting stories. They’ll be immersing themselves in cultures often far different from their own (language arts/history)…

And they’ll be writing and talking about what they’re learning (language arts), as well as sharing their knowledge with their siblings….and parents!

subject integration high school

highschool

And they will be writing and talking about what they are learning (language arts), as well as sharing their knowledge with their siblings….and parents!

 

NEXT, see our History Cycle.

Tired of the tears (theirs and yours)?

You don’t have to daydream about tying them to their chairs to get their work done.

Instead, make homeschooling an adventure by reading about swashbuckling heroes, damsels in distress, touch-and-go battles and dangerous escapes. Not only are many of the books we recommend exciting, they often teach real-life lessons on overcoming adversity and building character.

Instead of begging them to read another chapter in their ho-hum textbooks, immerse your children in the sights and sounds of history through reading excellent books. Bring history, science and fine arts to life by reading our best-of-the-best book suggestions and choosing among our many activity and lesson ideas.

Are you worried you aren’t covering enough?

Take a deep breath and stop worrying with our open and go Daily Lesson Plans covering history, language arts, science (K-8th) and fine arts.

All done for you and ready to go.

 

OR…you might like to craft your OWN lesson plans rather than being told what to say and do.

Put together your own lessons in history, language arts, science, and fine arts using our Unit Program Tools with hundreds of pre-read, best-of-the-best book suggestions and assignment ideas.