Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Free for Homeschoolers: History Channel DVD Series

Go here, and on the left sidebar, you'll see a link underneath "America: The Story of Us" where you'll be redirected the registration page for your free copy of this new series. I love free! :)

From The History Channel website:

America The Story of Us tells the extraordinary story of how America was invented, focusing on moments in which everyday people harnessed technology to advance human progress. This 12-part series, premiering April 25, 2010 9pm/8c covers the scope of American history, from the rigors of early settlement to the construction of the transcontinental railroad – the Internet of its day – to the Apollo 13 mission.

A 'family viewing guide' as well as a teacher's guide are available here.

Thanks, Summer, for passing on this great offer from The History Channel!


Nancy said...

Thanks so much for sharing this link! Our 8th grade history is US History, so this will be AWESOME next year!

Candice said...

Oh, good! I'm glad this will fit with your curriculum! :)

Liz said...

Hope it's ok...I shared this post's link on FB w/ some of my HS'ing friends. They were all grateful.

Joe and Maggie said...

Hold on, the statue of liberty is supposed to be raising her right arm! What is the History Channel up to?

Candice said...

Ha Ha! Joe and Maggie, you are so observant! The History Channel is not to blame; I'm the one that pulled that image from the internet. Fixing it now.... :)