I’m so excited, I can hardly contain myself! I’ve been working on a new project and my daughter has been testing it out in our summer homeschool session. My new home school workbook goes along with the Guinness Book of World Records and is tons of fun for ages 9 and up!
The Guinness World Records Homeschool Workbook is designed for homeschool students from 4th grade through high school age. It can be used with any year’s Guinness Book, so check out your local library to borrow instead of buying. A lot of hard work went into making this Guinness World Records homeschool workbook, which is something very different from what I’ve seen for non-traditional (but educational and interesting) homeschool topics.
The Guinness World Records Homeschool Workbook includes:
- Vocabulary, (both provided and some chosen by the student)
- Scavenger hunts to encourage reading, use of the index and table of contents, as well as memory
- Word searches and vocab/definition matching
- Fun activities (physical education/exercise included)
- Writing prompts
- and I even threw in a little Shakespeare (hey- English majors can work Shakespeare into almost any subject!)
I can’t release the Guinness Book of World Records Homeschool Workbook until my daughter has made it all the way through the lessons, in order to check it for workability. She’s loving it so much that she’s blazing her way through at an astonishing rate!
Thanks to the bloggers who have written me asking to review it already! Stay tuned to Home Ever After for the announcement very soon of when our new Guinness Book of World Records Homeschool Workbook will be available. Make sure you subscribe now to our free updates so you get the notice as soon as it’s ready.