One Room Dahl House

The entire idea behind Pleasant Company was to get girls excited about history using historical dolls with a book series to go with them. 30 years ago the first 3 dolls were released, and the rest is, pardon the pun, history. It only makes sense that homeschooling families (and public and private schools) would use these dolls and their books as a way to enrich our curriculum. 

As a licensed teacher, and now homeschooling mother, I have used the American Girl stories in so much more than just our history curriculum. I have detailed, and not so detailed, lesson plans that I plan to share as this blog grows, so please check back to see what is new. You can click on any o the links below to find lesson plans pertaining to a specific character, subject, or homeschooling in general. You can also use the search function on this blog. 

Any of the lesson plans I post here are suggestions. You do not have to do things exactly as I have. In fact, I encourage you to tweak anything you see here to fit the specific educational needs of the children you are educating. Also, if you do end up doing any of the projects/lessons here, please share! I would love to see what you do in your classroom! I do as that you link back to the blog if you share any of these lesson plans anywhere else. I love providing resources, but please give credit where credit is due. 

If you happen to be on Facebook, and who isn't these days, there is also a Homeschooling With American Girl group that you might be interested in. You can check it out here

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