One of our favorite things to do after a history lesson is to build something that represents the time period. We began Cycle 3 with the Sacagawea Tipi project, then the Covered Wagon, and we just finished Abraham Lincoln’s Log Cabin. My son loves hands-on learning, while my daughter would rather make up a song or dance.

These particular pieces represent the invention mindset of the Industrial Revolution, a time in our country’s history when technology began to reshape transportation, education, and productivity.

See my post on Technology & Family: How Far We’ve Come.

If you have different learning styles under your roof, we’ve put together a list of our favorite building kits that relate to Cycle 3 that your can order directly as a Christmas or birthday gift for the builders in your life.

Bonus Video! Peanuts & The Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk

By |2018-01-27T09:20:05+00:00November 22nd, 2017|Learning at Home|Comments Off on Cycle 3 History Building Kits | Industrial Revolution

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Jennifer Bryant is the wife of a good man and mother of two precious kids. Her favorite things include, reading, organizing, blogging, singing with her kids, laughing out loud with her husband, and making food for people. She lives in Honolulu, Hawaii and dreams of taking her family on marvelous adventures across the globe. In the meantime, she blogs about life and family, and encourages others to build practical skills for healthy communication, simple living, and discover their awesomeness. Read more of her posts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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