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We spent an entire summer going from the Big Bang to early humans and mapped out detailed lessons with fun activities. I did fizzle off on the detail once we hit dinosaurs and hominids, mostly because I didn't want to scare off my non-secular/creationist blog readers. I should finish the rest someday. You can find what I've got if you google "homeschool prehistory lessons".
I wish you would! I LOVE reading your blog because it's exactly the sort of course of teaching I want to take. Seriously, I take notes when I read your blog. There are so many blogs out there that cater to the creationist homeschoolers, I really value reading about your experiences and what you do. It's really, really hard to find information about really good science programs and I have really been enjoying reading about the projects you've been doing.
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