Creative Commons Middle School Resources for Home Education.
A Short Biography of Bach This little ebook is perfect for a composer study about Johann Sebastian Bach. The online html version at gutenberg.org even includes a link to listen to one of his pieces! This is a simple text that covers the life and death of the famous composer. Published by the New York Read More »
Chinese History and Culture A History of China – high school reading level Village Life in China – A snippet of life in a Chinese village circa 1899 Notable Women of Modern China (1912) China by Sir Henry Arthur Blake Peeps Into China – suitable for all ages Sidelights on Chinese Life China’s Story The Story Read More »
From the days of Esther, Judith and Antigone to those of Florence Nightingale, women have shown every kind of courage that men have shown, faced every kind [x]of peril that men have braved, divided with men the dangers and hardships of heroism but have never had an equal share of recognition and applause. This book Read More »
One of the fun things about homeschooling is that you have the ability to incorporate life skills into your lessons. There was a day when every young man and lady was expected to know certain skills like preserving, sewing, baking, farm chores, and more before they left the home as young adults. This little series Read More »
One of the great things about studying ancient cultures in your homeschool is that there are plenty of public domain books available. In our home we try to cover history in a 4-year cycle. That way when we read about the Greeks and Romans when our youngest is 5, we will cover that time period Read More »