How to Discover Texas
In a Co-op Class
Discovering Texas is lots of fun in a group setting, whether you get a few families together for unit study days or teach in a co-op like Carla Cooper. Bulk discounts let her place an order for each student in her class at a big savings. Read more about how to Discover Texas in a co-op class.
All Year at Home
Discover Texas was designed to be flexible for many situations, but it’s an excellent fit for the family with students in several grades who would like to study Texas history together for an entire year—families like the Yarboroughs. Read more about how to Discover Texas all year at home.
In a Single Semester
Discover Texas is adaptable to a wide range of students. If used properly, it can even provide high school credit—for students like Samantha Stevens. Read more about how to Discover Texas in a single semester.
Over Several Summers
Because each volume of Discover Texas is self-contained, it is possible to study the eras of Texas history independently—and that’s a good thing for families like the Smiths. They use a packaged curriculum program (like Sonlight or ABeka) that does not specifically address state history. The Smiths would like to include Texas history, but where would they add it? Read more about how to Discover Texas over several summers.