See History, Geography, Government, and Economics Curriculum.
Social Studies Homeschool Curriculum at Lamp Post Homeschool
Grade-Based Social Studies Curriculum
In addition to looking for social studies curriculum by category, you can also choose a grade-based program. These are more traditional courses that are used by homeschool families and Christian schools.
- BJU Press Heritage Studies Grades 1 to 12
- LIFEPAC History and Geography Grades 1-12
- Switched-On Schoolhouse History and Geography Grades 3-12
Exploring Creation Field Trip Journal
The Exploring Creation Field Trip Journal is a great way for you and your student to plan and document your history or science studies.
The Field Trip Journal comes in a plastic spiral bound format with full-color pages and features:
- 100 field trip ideas
- Student and teacher checklists
- Maps to illustrate the places you’ve visited
- Pages to document your treasured memories
- If you live in a state that requires portfolios, you can use pages from the Field Trip Journal to document learning!
- For a family with multiple children, you could let each child document a field trip for a book of family memories and their homeschool portfolio.
- Download sample pages of the Field Trip Journal.
The Journal Sections include:
- Field Trip Ideas
- Preparing for a Field Trip
- Student and Teacher checklists for the week before, the night before, on the way, and at the “field.”
- Over 100 suggestions for studying plants, animals, Earth, space, aviation, the human body, history, government, culture, and more!
- Places I’ve Explored Maps
- Three separate sections help you document the date and destination of any field trips exploring your state, the United States, and the world.
- Field Trip Pages Specific field trip pages help you plan your visit, document any books you’ve read about your field trip, create a “must do” list, take personal notes, tell the “Story of my day,” and record “Something I never want to forget.”
- Special Spot Pages
- Designed to help your student slow down and notice the fascinating changes that occur from one season to the next. Four times a year, your student will map out a specific location to see what happens over time, recording things such as color, flowers, leaves, sights, sounds, animal clues such as track or droppings, temperature, average rainfall, and much more.
- As I See It Pages
Grades 1 to 7th