Athens: Ancient Greek Myths and Modern Financial Crises

Greece.  It’s a country I’ve always wanted to visit.    My desire to explore Athens especially grew when I began homeschooling Mikayla and Ryan in first grade.  I have to admit it was also when I discovered how amazing history could be.  Until then, I’d thought the subject rather boring, as my history teachers seemed to fall into a catatonic state cracking open our old history books. As I began to share fun Greek myths during story times, or teach them about the birth of democracy, and about philosophers like Socrates, Plato, and… Read More