I am here to tell you, if you want to learn history the fun way, look no further than Drive Thru History, and their new brainchild, Drive Thru History Adventures. We have had the opportunity to review this Dave Stotts gem for the past month or so with the Homeschool Review Crew and are loving every minute of it.
Since we recently watched The Gospels series, we decided to revisit the American History Adventures. My oldest son, age 16, has watched them via our DVDs, but our youngest has not seen more than a few. He has chosen to watch them without me, though I do have to limit him to about once a week or he becomes a bit obsessed and will watch them for hours. Because he is currently studying American History with our current curriculum, this has been a perfect supplement to what he is already learning. Again, the curriculum is geared to high schoolers so we have answered the questions orally. A few he has struggled with, but most have been easy to talk about conversationally. He doesn’t love all of the documents (I do think they are better aimed at the older students) but he LOVES all of the pictures.