Homeschool | History of Technology Series: Workbook 2

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Sorry this post is late, but I have to tell you a lot of work goes into one of these workbooks. Lots of research and typing. It takes a few days (At least). Not to mention 4 kids, housework, cooking, errands, ya know the normal stuff.

That being said, this weeks’ workbook is The History of Television. Now, it’s the norm to have a flat screen TV in the living room and maybe one in the bedroom,  but I remember when I was small, all we had a small black box that was stuffed into my mom’s bedroom cupboard.

As I got older we had 2 televisions in the house, but it wasn’t until I was 15 or so that I got my own set. And I remember how excited I was when I finally got cable hooked up in my room.

When I moved out, the little TV that had been stuffed into my moms cupboard came with me. I didn’t have cable, but I watched a whole lot of VHS. Throughout the years I have had a number of different types of television sets ranging from the small black box to one of the first “flat screens” to a bigger box.

I went from no cable, to cable, to no cable and an antenna. I even had to deal with it when the government decided to end analog television forcing me to by a digital receiver box.

I’m sure some of you can relate. You can click the link below to head over to Teachers Pay Teachers and purchase a copy of the workbook for only $5.

The History of the Television- TPT Link

You can grab the first workbook for FREE here:  Homeschool | History of Technology Series: Free Workbook 1.

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