If you are looking for a curriculum that teaches history and geography with engaging lessons, hands-on activities, and links to documents that add tremendous value to each lesson, you should check out Notgrass History. Notgrass History is a valuable option for families with learners of all ages regardless of your family’s educational approach.

Notgrass History helps children learn through engaging lessons, beautiful photos and illustrations, primary source documents, inspiring literature, and creative activities. Our curriculum works for your family, whether you are teaching one child or multiple ages together.

Notgrass History

Tell Me About Notgrass History…

Notgrass History, started by Ray and Charlene Notgrass in 1999, is a Christian, family-owned business that birthed from the idea that homeschooling does not need to mirror traditional schooling. It should be an experience that allows families to learn “lifestyle learn” together.

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To supplement learning, Notgrass History offers Homeschool History, which is a learning database filled with resources (videos, websites, games, and more).

Age Range: 1st-12th Grade

Product Format: Physical and Digital Products

Special Notes: Want to try it before you buy it? Notgrass History offers unit samples to give an idea of how their products work. Also, there is a survey available to help determine if Notgrass History would be a good fit for your family.

Which Products Did Melanated Gold Review Squad Review?

The Melanated Gold Review Squad had the pleasure of reviewing Our 50 States (Elementary U.S. Geography Curriculum) and From Adam to Us (Middle School World History Curriculum).

From Adam to Us: https://history.notgrass.com/homeschool-world-history-literature-and-geography-for-middle-school/
Our 50 States: https://history.notgrass.com/elementary-u-s-geography-homeschool-curriculum/

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