Wordless Wednesday: History

Written by NPN_Admin on July 3rd, 2013

Edited by Momma Jorje

Homeschooling, Natural Learning, Wordless Wednesday

This week we asked: What does History look like?

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Shannon’s favorite piece of family history: “My Mom and her siblings look so smug in this picture because they ‘tricked’ their parents by playing until the very last minute and then shoving their nice clothes on top of the play ones. My Uncle David’s idea, of course.”

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.

Jennifer from True Confessions of a Real Mommy loved seeing history
come to life for her boys at a Civil War reenactment.

From Charise of I Thought I Knew Mama: We had a wonderful day learning about American
history at the Lincoln family home in Manchester, Vermont. Visiting
historical locations always seems to help history come alive for us.

Living in South Dakota means exploring American history pretty regularly!

Kym blogs at Our Crazy Corner of the World.

Eva visiting her Uncle Stephen who she never had the chance to meet but will still be part of her history.

Four generations all dressed up for a wedding. Eva (22 months) is named after her great-grandma (91).

Marnie blogs at Our Fields of Gold.

Lauren & fam visited a local one-room museum with history
of the neighborhood stretching back a hundred or so years.
The very friendly curators took this photo, and Lauren hopes Mikko
will enjoy looking back on his history of not posing for photos…

Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.

much younger Momma Jorje, reenacting medieval times at an SCA event.

Jorje blogs at Momma Jorje.

Tell us: What does history look like in your family?

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