Social Studies is a great subject to teach in a multisensory manner. You can study geography, cultures, history, religion, and other topics through a wide variety of hands-on activities. You can visit museums, historical sites, create skits or plays, dress up in costumes of the day, cook food in an "old-fashioned" way, and more!
This area of the website isn't fully developed yet, but you will find the Bible Study Curriculum information is well developed, as is the History Curriculum page. If you have suggestions for great curriculum or resources, feel free to email and share your find with other families. You may find the following two programs helpful as well:
**National Geographic Videos / DVDs National Geographic videos are an excellent resource and I highly recommend them. We used a LOT of Nat'l Geo videos in our homeschooling. Often, you can find the videos or DVDs at your local library, and this is a great option for visual learners. Check out the National Geographic rentals at Netflix if your library doesn't carry National Geographic.
**Hands-On History DVDs & Videos These DVDs and Videos offer additional content on history and are presented from an exploratory standpoing. The Hands-On History series is a great way to incorporate aspects of history into your child's learning without having them feel like they are learning history. Our children love this series and we are able to use it for viewing in the evening.
Likewise, **Discovery Channel offers a video rental program, but I can't find the link to their rental program right now!