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On June 15th of 1215, King John set his seal on the Magna Carta, which would inspire leaders across the world for centuries. So, how exactly do we teach our kids the purpose of the Magna Carta in a way they’ll understand and remember?

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What comes to mind when you think of St. Patrick’s Day? It’s safe to say that most Americans would think of four-leaf clovers, leprechauns, pots of gold, and corned beef and cabbage.

While all these are fine and fun, it’s often forgotten that St. Patrick’s Day is full of Christian history.

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Home School in the Woods’ 5-part collection of Project Passport World History studies are thorough, comprehensive, and jam-packed full of educational goodies. We count them amongst our most favorite products — and no wonder! We invested over six years into the series, painstakingly researching and creating each study.

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Living books are a key component of the history journey for many learners. They provide "pictures of life" and can be the perfect way to round out your history studies. Along with including living history book suggestions in many of our products, we've rounded up some of the top living history book options here.

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There are many different structures that have made their mark on history over time. One of the most famous is the remarkable structure known as Notre Dame de Paris or “Our Lady of Paris.” The extraordinary Catholic cathedral has remained a focal point in the midst of the City of Lights for nearly a thousand years.

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