So naturally, when I saw the name Notgrass on the review list, my heart skipped a beat. I felt nothing short of excited to be able to share America the Beautiful with my children.
I wanted to show you a typical day with America the Beautiful. My 10 year old son was lucky kid who got to do everything. My 8 year old daughter joined in for the reading. Sometimes even my 5 year old would get a bit too interested in the pictures and keep us from reading.
First, we would read the textbook together.
This usually takes less than 10 minutes, depending how much we stop to discuss the pictures.
Then, we do a few of the activities listed at the end of the reading.
The favorite around here is a map and Notgrass has a whole book of them. You will need one book per child as these are consumable.
1. Vocabulary- This is excellent to keep in a history binder.
Overall, I give this curriculum two big thumbs up.