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Homeschooling: All Things

America’s Monuments, Symbols, & National Parks Copywork & Fun!

Our countries great monuments are fascinating and most kids are enthralled by their grandeur and what they are and why they were made. But sometimes when our kids ask those questions we, as homeschoolers, think we much break out a huge unit study on this one thing that our child has asked us about. Well in Volume 4… America's Monuments, Symbols, & National Parks Copywork & Fun! by Homeschool Bits gives you a little bit about five different monuments, symbols, or national parks
 
 
 is a great copy workbook. Homeschool Bits incorporated it for ages from kindergarten to 5th grade. It will fit simply into your homeschool day especially with the many different types of fonts and a choice of cursive or manuscript. Whichever you prefer and/or are currently working on with your children.
 
Homeschool Bits has 80 pages of inspiring questions and fact pages as well as copy work pages to help emphasize what your children are learning through this copywork and mini unit study e-book as well as word search puzzles and coloring pages for the younger children to accomplish during your study of America’s Monuments. This is so much more then just a copy workbook; it really is a mini unit study on five of our National Monuments.
 
is a great addition to any homeschoolers curriculum. This can easily be added in as your penmanship for the day or an extra fun activity for your children to do on the side or even as a mini unit study. Don’t forget to check out America’s Copywork volume 1, 2, 3 and 5 each for only $.50 or you can get the bundle of all 5 America’s Copywork volumes for just $2.50
 

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