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Homeschool| History of Technology: Workbook 5

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Okay guys, here it is FINALLY! This one took me a little longer because I have so much other stuff going on with planning school. For the 5th workbook I have done:

The History of Gaming Devices

I can honestly say that I have played a device from every one of the generations included in this workbook. From the Atari to the SNES to the Xbox. Haha. This workbook covers all of the generations from the 1st to the current (8th generation). So grab your copy now while it’s free.

 

>>>>History of Gaming Devices<<<<<

You can download the other workbooks by going to the posts below:

Homeschool | History of Technology Series: Free Workbook 1

Homeschool | History of Technology Series: Free Workbook 2

Homeschool |History of Technology Series: Workbook 3

Homeschool | History of Technology Series: Workbook 4

These workbooks will be free to grab until 8/31/2018. At that time I will remove the download links and add a “Buy Now” button. So grab them while you can!

This is the last workbook that I plan on doing for now, but if you’d like to see more I’d love to hear your suggestions. (If I choose to make the workbook, you will get it for FREE!) You can leave your suggestions in the comments section. Thanks for reading! Don’t forget to share and pin!!

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I'm a 30 year old stay at home mom of 4. I have been homeschooling for about 2 years now, and am a 2nd generation homeschooler. My oldest 2 children attended public school before we started homeschooling. I am a compulsive organizer and cleaner. I HATE clutter and crumbs! I also love to craft and come up with fun ideas to do as a family! Before staying at home I ran a daycare, then was the bar manager of a members only club. So not only do I have a background with children, besides my own, but I have a background with childhood education and a background in business and financial management.

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