Color Your Way Through History!

Do you ever feel frustrated during reading aloud time? For me, once I have finally gotten everyone together to listen to our wonderful history or literature book…the squirming starts!

Allow your young student to color while you read about history! See samples at the bottom of the post.

There are so many wonderful options for those times, like Lego’s or Play-Doh. But sometimes I want something that directly connects with the topics we are studying. I love to be able to pull out these activities books. My girls pick a picture that we are studying, and start coloring. Allow your young student to color while you read about history! See samples at the bottom of the post.

The activity books were originally written to go along with the Tapestry Primer curriculum, but since they are chronological, they go well with the full Tapestry program, or any chronological history program. The pages include a number of different activities, including map work, mazes, matching, simple writing, and famous people.

Allow your young student to color while you read about history! See samples at the bottom of the post.

My kids love to color, and they learn so much by having something to do while I read to them. To buy a set of these pages, visit here. To Download a large sample of the pictures, visit here!

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