The Mystery of History Vol 3 - Companion Guide
The Mystery of History Vol III Companion Guide
Divided into twenty-eight weeks of study (seven weeks per quarter), The Mystery of History Companion Guide follows the student reader lesson by lesson. Customize your studies to the depth you desire by implementing any or all of the following components found in the Companion Guide:
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Author: Linda Lacour Hobar
Publisher: Bright Ideas Press
Made In: USA
Reproducible: May be photocopied only for one family
Typical High School Credits Earned: 1 credit world history
Awards and Endorsements:
The Old Schoolhouse 2013 Excellence in Education Winner
Cathy Duffy's 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum
Tied for first place in Mary Pride’s “Practical Homeschooling Reader Awards” for 2009!
Old Schoolhouse Magazine “The Excellence Award – 3rd Place” in the category of “History.”
About.com voted Reader’s Choice 2012 by About.com readers in Best Homeschool History Resource Contest
Our kids have done every one of these so far and they both have loved them! Their favorite part is getting to make the timeline. It teaches them about history in a way that makes them love it!
It's been great.
I love this book so much. I love the way it is written and how easily it is understood. I like looking at the paintings and illustrations of all the people in the book and just how fancy everything was back then. I would definitely recommend it to a friend.
You can use it as a springboard for older students, as is. I've used it for help with writing and studying skills--picking out important facts, writing a summary as well as imprinting an overall history timeline with my kids. It works with all types of learners as well with their variety of tasks to complete
The Mystery of History series has made teaching history in our homeschool very simple. The material including quizzes, exercises and semester tests is all in one book (NOTE: This is true in Volumes 1 and 2, Volume 3 is divided into two books, the Reader and the Activity). There are great activities for younger, middle and older students. I can pick which ones fit my child's needs and interests at the time. The bibliography includes films as well as books. This makes it easy for me to go to the library to find the movies mentioned. Christ is the focus of the text and many events in Christian history are covered but other cultures who did not have Christianity at the time are covered also. I would recommend all volumes of Mystery of History to all homeschool families.