Mystery of History: Lesson 19 – Moses and the Exodus

Moses and the Exodus: Reading Along with the Mystery of History text, I read Exodus, and Wonders and Miracles to the girls. These are both excellent books, especially Wonders and Miracles - it is full of stories, poems, readings, songs and incredible drawings. I consider it one of the more special books I own. The…

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Jacob and Esau

Jacob and Esau: Reading I read out the lesson about Jacob and Esau from the Mystery of History text book, and we also read around the subject using the family Bible. Honestly, the Family Bible is one of the best books I own for giving the reader lots of extraneous information helping them to understand…

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How to Make Historical Clothing for Dolls: Stonehenge Fashion

As we go through our Mystery of History studies, I will be making historical clothing for the girls' dolls as and when I have time. The girls still enjoy playing with their dolls, especially dressing and undressing them 🙂 I couldn't find a male doll so I massacred one of the girl dolls which now…

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How to Make Bronze Age Artefacts for Imaginative Play and Learning

This is going to be a post outlining how we made our own Bronze Age Artefacts and will be mainly pictures with a few annotations.  We have been learning about Tubal-Cain and Jubal in our Mystery of History lessons.  They are only mentioned once in the Bible: His brother's name was Jubal; he was the…

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