Drive Thru History

dthamerica.com/home-school

From Drive Thru History’s website:

This 9-unit, DVD-based home school curriculum includes integrated supplemental materials to be used by educators with the objective of helping students recognize the relationship between the Christian worldview prevalent among the Founding Fathers and how these beliefs guided their actions.

Features: 128-page book with reproducible worksheets, DVD-ROM with nine 10-minute segments to introduce each lesson and a complete download of Teacher Edition and Student Edition in PDF format, Cross-curricular (history, government, citizenship, culture, science, social studies, and technology) and a Book and DVD packaged in handy tuck box.

Topics Include: Faith and Freedom, Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin Rush, George Washington, Benjamin Banneker, Haym Salomon, Abigail Adams, Noah Webster and John Quincy Adams.

Drive Thru History America is an integrated history curriculum that:
• Combines Social Studies and Character Education
• Applies values-based lessons
• Reinforces essential cross-curricular skills
• Connects Founders’ beliefs and actions
• Defines leadership attributes
• Focuses on historical role models

Have you ever used Drive Thru History? How did it work for your family? Share your review below.






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One Response to Drive Thru History

  1. Heather J. says:

    Our DD particularly enjoys this DVD based curriculum for history. We liked it because it was an easy to use format to bring history alive for her. She laughed and followed along through all of it and enjoyed each unit. It’s Christian based and we loved that as well as the DVD format which lightens up the book work and she actually considered a ‘treat’! We look forward to more of these types of products to assist us in livening up our homeschool days!

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