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EE Connecting the Dots The Question Ch 9

Are you worried about “studying history” with your students as they get older—especially if youdon’t know all the history details that they know?!  The good news is, studying history doesn’t have to be complicated!  Join Marc Hays, Karin Carpenter, and Lisa Bailey as they reveal how to use some simple questions to “connect the dots” of your history study, building a context for your knowledge that truly leads to deeper understanding.  Our experienced parents will offer specifics on using the Five Common Topics to frame some great conversation-starters, and suggest some bigger reasons to study history as a family.

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