Big Picture History: The Ultimate Resource for Homeschoolers

denise_lilyFive_Stars This class was my daughter’s fifth Big Picture History class…Mr. Powell is engaging and has wonderful affect and he makes the content he presents make sense. He is “those teachers” I remember learning from who make learning meaningful and memorable. Even my daughter, who manages challenges with sustaining attention, easily connects with the subject matter because of Mr. Powell’s methods and enthusiasm. –Denise L.

 

WELCOME.  THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO TRULY SOLVE YOUR HISTORY CURRICULUM PROBLEM!

GRAB A SPOT IN THE FREE AMERICAN HISTORY IN ONE LESSON BY CLICKING ON LADY LIBERTY!

BUT BEFORE YOU DO, READ ON!

American History in One Lesson is just the first installment in a wonderful odyssey of learning for your child that covers the entire world called “Big Picture History” by surveying the following topics:

China Europe Russia
Islamic Culture Canada Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece Ancient Rome Meso- potamia
Britain India Australia &

New Zealand

Africa Brazil Latin America

 

Moms_RachelFive_Stars  What an incredible class! The teacher was so clear and made it easy to get a broad picture of how history unfolded to arrive at today; it makes the world make sense. What a powerful “big picture” from which to explore. I highly recommend the class!–Rachel M.

 

You can grab a recording of any of these classes right now, on-demand at the History At Our House store at Educents.com.

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Lori_CroppedFive_Stars  We loved it! A great summary, and anchor points allow for the connecting of historical events to now. –Lori  J.

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