“Did you do this?”
“No very talented friend of mine asked me to look at this.”
“Impressive!” His eyes were on my screen. Even though he had to do his technical writing job, I realized that I had a captive audience.
I kept clicking, paying attention to his body language in my peripheral vision.
He leaned closer.
“I did not know that.”
“What is the World’s Fair?”
“I thought George Washington did that!”
When we finished the presentation, he leaned back.
I nudged his shoulder and said, “My friend is so talented. I told her people that they MUST experience their creativity in a different way and that they should make presentations that fit their book and materials. What do you think?”
He fell silent.
… I mean, I think the ONLY word to describe it is …
“Now I’m here to ask you …
💛 If you could get your kids’ attention by exploring history and biographies in ways that draw their attention and involve them in the story.
💚 If you could just open a browser and start reading together, you’ll see your kids leaning closer and closer to the screen.
💙 If you could see the story come alive before your eyes …
Would you take the chance?
There is nothing else like these History Quicks out there.
I have been teaching at home for over 25 years and have NEVER been so impressed by a lesson.
You and your children have to experience this.
- If your kids aren’t capitulated, if you don’t whisper WOW after 3 mouse clicks … I eat my hat.
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He is 16 years old, brilliant and has spoken quickly and quietly about this story for the rest of the night (between completing his technical writing tasks).
We want our children to …
How to bring history to life for your children.
Warning. These lessons have to be experienced together. You can’t see how incredible they are when you look at the product covers. You have to open them on your screen.
Important: The power of history must be experienced quickly on the screen. Open and be amazed!
Your children will be fascinated.
Then you can sprinkle more …
And suddenly your children lean on, beg for more and LOVE the story.
This teaching style is slower. It is easier to dive deep and learn more and more. Your children will be “all in”.
It works like magic.
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