I'm with Heather We only do FIAR/Unit Studies/interests led until High School. We do Notgrass History in the High School years.
One of my older kids was very interested in ancients in junior high so we spent almost a year studying it with lots of reading and watching movies set in that time period.
My oldest son was the same way about the civil war. We even made a trip to Gettysburg that year.
We have gone through Prairie Primer 4 times with different sets of kids in elementary and visited most of the sites over the years.
I have all 4 volumes of Story of the World and some of the Diane Waring stuff. Lots of history but not chronological.
Blessed wife to Troy and Mama to K(30) married to E (2 granddaughters & a grandson), H(28) married to J, S (23), S (21), Z (19), M (17), E (15), M (13), J (12), D (11), N (9)