Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era

Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era

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Product Code: 298-291

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Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era
In government schools, history tends to be a read-only subject. Thankfully, however, your homeschooled children have options. If you have a child who dreads reading but loves art and drama, the Famous Figures series is the perfect history supplement for him.

Each meticulous Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era illustration is based on authentic mosaics, paintings, and sculptures. Easy-to-assemble colored characters are printed on heavy cardstock with perforated pages for trouble-free removal. Your student will cut out the figures, punch holes where directed, and attach conventional fasteners. Now your Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era characters are ready to take center stage as your child reenacts the age of empires and new beginnings.

If your student is an avid artist, he will be pleased to discover that a colorable version of each figure is also included on the same sturdy cardstock. Fill in each Early Modern Era figure with hues as realistic or exotic as you wish.

Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era includes figures of Mary the Queen of Scots, James I, Samuel de Champlain, Queen Nzinga, Shah Jahan, Pocahontas, Rembrandt, Louis XIV, Isaac Newton, William Penn, Peter the Great, Johann Sebastian Bach, Ch’ien-lung, Captain James Cook, Catherine the Great, William Wilberforce, Napoleon Bonaparte, Robert Fulton, William Clark, Simón Bolívar, and Sacagawea. A detailed biography section provides vital information about the Early Modern Era characters. Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era also includes a companion reading list for each character, for parent/teacher read-aloud, and independent readers.

Pairs perfectly with Story of the World Volume 3.
Figures Include:
  • Mary the Queen of Scots
  • James I
  • Samuel de Champlain
  • Queen Nzinga
  • Shah Jahan
  • Pocahontas
  • Rembrandt
  • Louis XIV
  • Isaac Newton
  • William Penn
  • Peter the Great
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Ch’ien-lung
  • Captain James Cook
  • Catherine the Great
  • William Wilberforce
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
  • Robert Fulton
  • William Clark
  • Simón Bolívar
  • Sacagawea

  • Publisher's Information
    Author: Cathy Diez-Luckie
    Number of Pages: 96
    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Figures in Motion
    Made In: China
    ISBN: 9781944481049
    Age Recommendation: 6-12 years
    Consumable: Yes
    Reproducible: No
    Faith-Based: No. Covers some historical figures that have religious as well as secular significance, but remains historical rather than inspirational.

    Awards and Endorsements:
    Mom's Choice Gold Award
    2009 Preferred Choice Award from Creative Child Magazine
    Bronze Medal in the 2009 Independent Book Publishers Awards
    2009 Dr. Toy Best Classic Toy Award
    2009 IndieFab Award Finalist
    Independent Book Publishers Association - Benjamin Franklin Award Finalist
    2009 Family Choice Award
    2018 Practical Homeschooling Reader Award
    2017 Practical Homeschooling Reader Award
    Forward Reviews Book of the Year Award Finalist

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
    Fun addition

    These characters have been an excellent addition to our history studies. They are made of excellent, thick paper, and can withstand much play and use.


    not necessary but its a fun tie in to the history lesson


    This is something so fun that ties into our lessos! My daughter and I really like these!

    so neat!

    I really wasn't expecting 2 of each figure, which was a nice surprise. For every figure you have the option of cutting out the ready-made figure or coloring your own. My son likes choosing which ones to color and which not to (he generally is not interested in coloring the females, go figure). I'm so thankful this was included in our kit. My son is extra "wiggly" and doesn't love sitting for school time. We figured out that if he can color his famous figures while I read to him, it helps him focus on the reading better. He colors during history, science, and literature. Thank you, Timberdoodle!