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  1. Starline Press Social Studies 612

    Starline Press Social Studies 612

    SKU: 9600

    $14.95

    Starline Press is a character-based, state standards aligned, individualized and independent learning curriculum. Social Studies programs cover grade specific social studies topics including history, geography, citizenship, government and economics. Aligned to California state standards, each grade level provides self- directed instruction with minimal teacher supervision. Grades 3-8 complete twelve units (booklets) per year, with a suggested 3 week completion timeframe. Grades 9-12 complete 5 booklets per semester/10 per year. Consumable booklets are colorfully illustrated soft cover. Each grade level incorporates vocabulary lists, fill in the blank questions, chapter reviews, and unit tests, and writing assignments including reports and term papers. Sixth grade social studies curriculum includes the study of early humans, the development of tools, patterns of migration, how civilizations develop, and the role of religion. Students study the people and events of ancient history including Egypt, Nubia, Kush, and Mesopotamia. They choose a topic, research ideas, take notes, organize an outline, write a rough draft, write a bibliography, write a final copy, and give an oral report of their findings. The students utilize map skills throughout the year demonstrating their knowledge of The Balkan Peninsula, Greece, Egypt, India, Rome, and China. Sixth grade students study the regions of China and Rome and the events and people that shaped those societies. Learn More
  2. The Story of the World Volume 1: Ancient Times, Tests

    The Story of the World Volume 1: Ancient Times, Tests

    SKU: 6247

    $12.95

    42 tests: one for each chapter of The Story of the World. Perfect for evaluating comprehension and retention. The narrative format of The Story of the World helps children remember the famous people, places, and events in history. These tests offer you an easy way to make sure that your child is absorbing the important events from world history. A combination of multiple choice, matching, fill-in-the-blank, and short writing samples allow you to evaluate your child's retention and comprehension of key events in The Story of the World. The Test package contains an answer key for all tests. 174 pages. Learn More
  3. Usborne Internet Linked World History: Greeks

    Usborne Internet Linked World History: Greeks

    SKU: 6155

    $12.99

    A fascinating introduction to ancient Greek civilization, from brainy philosophers to fearless soldiers and mythical monsters. Stunning photography and detailed reconstructions paint a vivid picture of life in ancient Greece, including living conditions, education, medicine and entertainment. Includes a comprehensive factfinder with a glossary of Greek words, a time chart, and a guide to Greek philosophy, plays, gods, goddesses and myths, as well as a who’s who of famous ancient Greeks. With internet links to recommended websites with further information, video clips and virtual tours. Ages 11+ Learn More
  4. The Story of the World Volume 2: The Middle Ages, Audio CDs

    The Story of the World Volume 2: The Middle Ages, Audio CDs

    SKU: 6087

    $44.95

    This spirited reading of the second in Susan Wise Bauer's Story of the World history series brings to life the stories and records of the peoples of the middle ages. Now more than ever, other countries and customs affect our everyday lives-and our children need to learn about the people who live all around the globe. Susan Wise Bauer has provided a captivating guide to the history of the ancient world. Written in an engaging, straightforward manner, The Story of the World weaves world history into a storybook format. This volume covers the major historical events from the years 400 to 1600-from the fall of Rome through the rise of the Renaissance. Learn More

  5. The Story of the World Volume 1: Ancient Times, Audio CDs

    The Story of the World Volume 1: Ancient Times, Audio CDs

    SKU: 6086

    $39.95

    A complete history curriculum in a book—perfect for busy moms, dads, and teachers! The Curriculum / Activity Guide offers parents and teachers a complete history curriculum for use with The Story of the World. In addition to extensive reading lists and cross-references to the most common illustrated encyclopedias, the Activity Book contains comprehension questions, sample narrations, maps, coloring pages, and activities for each chapter in The Story of the World. Children and parent-teachers love the activities, which range from coloring pages and games to mummifying a chicken! The Curriculum Guide and Activity Book is designed primarily for grades 1-4, although the maps and many of the activities are also appropriate for grades 5-6. If you purchase this Activity Book, you have permission to copy the maps and coloring pages for use within your own family. If you want to save yourself the trouble of lugging it to Kinko's, you can purchase the separate Student Pages for Volume 1.

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  6. Ancient History Wall Timeline

    Ancient History Wall Timeline

    SKU: 4374

    $19.95

    Timeline of Ancient History from Knowledge Quest. This 10 ft. x 1 ft. timeline covers the span of 5000BC - 400AD. Over 150 timeline category stickers are included. Also available (sold separately) is the timeline of Medieval History, timeline of New World History and timeline of Modern History. Learn More
  7. Medieval History Wall Timeline

    Medieval History Wall Timeline

    SKU: 4425

    $19.95

    Timeline of Medieval History from Knowledge Quest. This 10 ft. x 1 ft. timeline covers the span of 5000BC - 400AD. Over 150 timeline category stickers are included. Also available (sold separately) is the timeline of Ancient History, timeline of New World History and timeline of Modern History. Learn More
  8. New World History Wall Timeline

    New World History Wall Timeline

    SKU: 4428

    $19.95

    Timeline of Medieval History from Knowledge Quest. This 10 ft. x 1 ft. timeline covers the span of 1650 - 1850. Over 150 timeline category stickers are included. Also available (sold separately) is the timeline of Ancient History, timeline of Medieval History and timeline of Modern History. Learn More
  9. Modern History Wall Timeline

    Modern History Wall Timeline

    SKU: 4429

    $19.95

    Timeline of ModernHistory from Knowledge Quest. This 10 ft. x 1 ft. timeline covers the span of 1850 - present. Over 150 timeline category stickers are included. Also available (sold separately) is the timeline of Ancient History, timeline of Medieval History and timeline of New World History. Learn More
  10. Amazing Facts in World History

    Amazing Facts in World History

    SKU: 2416

    $12.99

    This entertaining classroom supplement provides students with an intimate view of the people and events that have shaped the world! Activities will pique students' interest and serve as a springboard for discussion. Topics covered include ancient Egypt, the early Olympic games, life in Rome, the Mongols, ancient China, Vikings, the Middle Ages, the Titanic, and more! Reading passages are accompanied by fun quizzes, puzzles, logic problems, to reinforce learning. An answer key is also included. 128 pages. From Carson-Dellosa. Learn More
  11. Starline Press World History Set (Grade 10)

    Starline Press World History Set (Grade 10)

    SKU: 9707

    Regular Price: $174.50

    Special Price $157.95

    Starline Press is a character-based, state standards aligned, individualized and independent learning curriculum. Social Studies programs cover grade specific social studies topics including history, geography, citizenship, government and economics. Aligned to California state standards, each grade level provides self- directed instruction with minimal teacher supervision. Grades 3-8 complete twelve units (booklets) per year, with a suggested 3 week completion timeframe. Grades 9-12 complete 5 booklets per semester/10 per year. Consumable booklets are colorfully illustrated soft cover. Each grade level incorporates vocabulary lists, fill in the blank questions, chapter reviews, and unit tests, and writing assignments including reports and term papers. Tenth grade students study ancient empires including Egypt, India, Greece, and Rome. They study Judaism and Christianity, and Greek and Roman philosophy and religion. Students study the making of nations including England, France, Spain, and Russia. They learn about the American and French Revolution, the English Bill of Rights, and The French Declaration of Rights of Man and the Citizen. Tenth grade students study The Russian Revolution, the Nazis of Germany, and allied leaders. Students learn the ten steps to writing a term paper, from selecting a topic, to conducting research and recording the location of your sources, to writing your final draft paper. Learn More
  12. Greenleaf Famous Men of the Renaissance and Reformation Text

    Greenleaf Famous Men of the Renaissance and Reformation Text

    SKU: 0303

    $16.95

    The Renaissance and the Reformation are pivotal periods in both Church History, Western History, and World History. The Renaissance was the beginning of the modern world. Its leading thinkers were the first to recognize that there was now a huge gap between themselves and the ancient nations of Greece and Rome, and that civilization had been through a “dark age.” The Renaissance revered Greece and Rome and sought to recover the ancient languages, literature, art, and in some cases also their pagan religion. The biographies are written so that they can be profitably read by an upper elementary student as well as any high school student. 15 figures from the Renaissance and 15 from the Reformation whose lives illustrate the history of the times have been selected in this text.. From the Renaissance: Petrarch, Giotto, Brunelleschi, Donatello, Cosimo de’ Medici, Lorenzo de’ Medici, Savonarola, Botticeli, da Vinci, Michelangelo, Cesare Borgia, Machiavelli, Pope Leo X, and Erasmus. From the Reformation: Wyclif, Hus, Luther, Charles V, Durer, Zwingli, Muntzer, Grebel & Sattler, Menno Simons, Henry VIII, Thomas More, Tyndale, Cromwell & Cranmer, Calvin, and Knox.Reading through these biographies will give you a broad introduction to both the Renaissance and Reformation and help you to understand how the events of that time continue to shape our world today. From Greenleaf press. Learn More
  13. The Greenleaf Guide to Ancient Egypt

    The Greenleaf Guide to Ancient Egypt

    SKU: 0301

    $9.95

    Ever wonder how biblical history and ancient Egyptian history fit together? Why was God so angry with Pharaoh, anyway? These were questions we asked when we began our study of Ancient Egypt. We wanted to start our study of Western history by beginning at the beginning. After reading through the Old Testament (which is history, after all) we study ancient Egypt. The Greenleaf Guide to Ancient Egypt presents ten lesson plans, using the six books listed below. Included are vocabulary lists and discussion questions drawn from the reading. Also included are directions for playing a checkers-like game found in Tut’s tomb, directions for building a model shaduf (irrigate like the Egyptians!), as well as suggestions for how to adapt your study to fit grades 2-7. Home school tested. Excellent for Konos or Unit studies. Average duration is about 15 weeks. Learn More
  14. Greenleaf Famous Men of Rome Text

    Greenleaf Famous Men of Rome Text

    SKU: 0296

    $16.95

    Famous Men of Rome contains 29 chapters. Each chapter is a short biographical sketch of a famous Roman. The chapters are arranged chronologically. The original edition had 28 chapters, but there is an additional chapter by Rob Shearer in the Greeenleaf edition, as well as over a hundred new illustrations. The history of Rome is taught chronologically as students read short biographical sketches. As in Famous Men of Greece, your fourth or fifth graders will be able to read this on their own. Younger students will enjoy hearing it read out loud. Older students will find it to be an exciting easy introduction to Ancient Rome. A companion book, The Greenleaf Guide to Famous Men of Rome (sold separately) will give you vocabulary, background, and discussion questions to help make this a successful study for any age student. Learn More
  15. Greenleaf Guide to the Famous Men of Rome

    Greenleaf Guide to the Famous Men of Rome

    SKU: 0295

    $9.95

    An easy-to-use guide which provides background, vocabulary, and discussion questions for each of the chapters in Famous Men of Rome Text (sold separately). The Greenleaf Guide helps to set your study of ancient Rome in a Biblical context. How do the various figures from Rome’s history match up to God’s standards of justice or righteousness? There is background material, vocabulary, and suggested discussion questions for each chapter in Famous Men of Rome. Also included are suggested supplementary readings including selections from Foxe’s Book of Martyrs, the Aeneid, and David Macaulay’s City. Can be used for elementary grades and up.

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  16. The Story of the Romans

    The Story of the Romans

    SKU: 3917

    $24.95

    By H.A. Guerber. Reprint of the 1896 historical narrative. Build a biblical worldview and a rich vocabulary while discovering the fascinating history of Ancient Rome. Illustrated. From the first settlers of Italy through the end of the Empire of the West in AD 476, The Story of the Romans retells as an engaging narrative the history of Ancient Rome and the stories of its famous leaders and citizens. In 102 lessons, we learn of the legend of Aeneas, Romulus and Remus, the seven kings of Rome, the rise of the Roman Republic, the Punic Wars, Caesar’s conquests, the Roman Empire, the Christianization of the Empire, and much more. We meet the good and the just; the wicked and proud: Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, Coriolanus, Cincinnatus, Tiberius and Caius Gracchus, Archimedes, Cicero, Nero, and Constantine, to name just a few.. 102 chapters. 202 pages. From Nothing New Press. Learn More
  17. The Story of the Greeks

    The Story of the Greeks

    SKU: 3914

    $26.95

    By H.A. Guerber. Reprint of the 1896 historical narrative. Build a Biblical worldview and rich vocabulary while discovering the fascinating history of Ancient Greece. From the first inhabitants of Greece through its incorporation as a province of the Roman Empire in 196 BC, The Story of the Greeks retells as an engaging narrative the the history of Ancient Greece and the stories of its famous leaders and philosophers. In 115 lessons, we learn of the Trojan War, the Rise of Sparta, the Democracy of Athens, the Grecian-Persian Wars, the Peloponnesian War, the Conquest of Alexander the Great, and much more. We meet the good and the just; the wicked and proud: Theseus, Achilles, Lycurgus, Draco, Solon, Leonidas, Pericles, Socrates, Dionysius, Demosthenes, to name just a few. As with the other Guerber histories republished by Nothing New Press, The Story of the Greeks is illustrated throughout with famous paintings of its historical subjects, and photographs of the places it describes. The pronunciation of personal and place names are carefully marked in the text upon their first occurrence. A complete timeline of the events and persons mentioned in the text, a comprehensive Recommended Reading list keyed to the chapters, and a thorough bibliography and index rounds out the book. 205 pages. Learn More
  18. Starline Press Social Studies 604

    Starline Press Social Studies 604

    SKU: 9592

    $14.95

    Starline Press is a character-based, state standards aligned, individualized and independent learning curriculum. Social Studies programs cover grade specific social studies topics including history, geography, citizenship, government and economics. Aligned to California state standards, each grade level provides self- directed instruction with minimal teacher supervision. Grades 3-8 complete twelve units (booklets) per year, with a suggested 3 week completion timeframe. Grades 9-12 complete 5 booklets per semester/10 per year. Consumable booklets are colorfully illustrated soft cover. Each grade level incorporates vocabulary lists, fill in the blank questions, chapter reviews, and unit tests, and writing assignments including reports and term papers. Sixth grade social studies curriculum includes the study of early humans, the development of tools, patterns of migration, how civilizations develop, and the role of religion. Students study the people and events of ancient history including Egypt, Nubia, Kush, and Mesopotamia. They choose a topic, research ideas, take notes, organize an outline, write a rough draft, write a bibliography, write a final copy, and give an oral report of their findings. The students utilize map skills throughout the year demonstrating their knowledge of The Balkan Peninsula, Greece, Egypt, India, Rome, and China. Sixth grade students study the regions of China and Rome and the events and people that shaped those societies. Learn More
  19. Starline Press Social Studies 6 Set

    Starline Press Social Studies 6 Set

    SKU: 9601

    Regular Price: $204.40

    Special Price $184.95

    Starline Press is a character-based, state standards aligned, individualized and independent learning curriculum. Social Studies programs cover grade specific social studies topics including history, geography, citizenship, government and economics. Aligned to California state standards, each grade level provides self- directed instruction with minimal teacher supervision. Grades 3-8 complete twelve units (booklets) per year, with a suggested 3 week completion timeframe. Grades 9-12 complete 5 booklets per semester/10 per year. Consumable booklets are colorfully illustrated soft cover. Each grade level incorporates vocabulary lists, fill in the blank questions, chapter reviews, and unit tests, and writing assignments including reports and term papers. Sixth grade social studies curriculum includes the study of early humans, the development of tools, patterns of migration, how civilizations develop, and the role of religion. Students study the people and events of ancient history including Egypt, Nubia, Kush, and Mesopotamia. They choose a topic, research ideas, take notes, organize an outline, write a rough draft, write a bibliography, write a final copy, and give an oral report of their findings. The students utilize map skills throughout the year demonstrating their knowledge of The Balkan Peninsula, Greece, Egypt, India, Rome, and China. Sixth grade students study the regions of China and Rome and the events and people that shaped those societies. Set includes Starline Press 6 Student Books 601-612 and Teacher Score Keys. Order the complete set and save. Learn More
  20. Lifepac World History Grade 10

    Lifepac World History Grade 10

    SKU: 5937

    $69.95

    The LIFEPAC World History Set is a biblically integrated course which focuses on studies of world civilizations and the history of the western world. Presented in ten consumable worktexts, this Alpha Omega curriculum includes lessons on ancient civilizations, the medieval world, the Renaissance, and the history of the western world! Teacher's Guide included. Learn More
  21. IEW Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons Teacher/Student Combo

    IEW Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons Teacher/Student Combo

    SKU: 2235

    $49.00

    In this yearlong course students will write about six major ancient civilizations—Sumer, Egypt, Israel, Babylon, Greece, and Rome—while working progressively through the nine IEW units and a variety of stylistic techniques. This Student Book includes assignments, blank outlines, source texts, checklists, vocabulary cards and quizzes, and grammar practice. The Teacher's Manual gives tips for creatively teaching each lesson, hints for grammar instruction, and more. These lessons are designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure & Style seminar, either live or on DVD.Note: The purchase of this book entitles its owner to a free download of the following: Student Resource Notebook; and U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons, Vol. 1 Reproducible Checklists e-book. (Instructions for download on located inside front cover of book.) A printed spiral-bound copy of the Student Resource is also available for purchase (Item # 0713) Levels A & B, Grades 3-5 & 6-8. Contains Christian Content. From Institute for Excellence in Writing.

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  22. IEW Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons Student Book

    IEW Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons Student Book

    SKU: 6345

    $29.00

    In this yearlong course students will write about six major ancient civilizations—Sumer, Egypt, Israel, Babylon, Greece, and Rome—while working progressively through the nine IEW units and a variety of stylistic techniques. This Student Book includes assignments, blank outlines, source texts, checklists, vocabulary cards and quizzes, and grammar practice. These lessons are designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure & Style seminar, either live or on DVD. Note: The purchase of this book entitles its owner to a free download of the following: Student Resource Notebook; and U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons, Vol. 1 Reproducible Checklists e-book. (Instructions for download on located inside front cover of book.) Perfect for homeschoolers, homeschool co-ops, tutors, and hybrid schools, this theme-based writing curriculum supports parents and teachers in teaching writing to elementary and early middle school students (grades 3–6). Contains Christian Content. From Institute for Excellence in Writing. Note: If you wish to purchase a Teacher's Edition, it is recommended that you purchase the Student/Teacher Combo (Item #2235). (This is the student book only, designed to be used with an extra student.)

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  23. History Pockets - Ancient Greece

    History Pockets - Ancient Greece

    SKU: 0959

    $16.99

    History Pockets Ancient Greece. Bring history alive as students make interactive projects - exploring mysteries of the past. Store their projects in labeled cnstruction paper pockets with decorative covers. With "History Pockets," students are engaged in discovery, while creating portfolios for assessment and display. 96 pages. Grades 4-6. From Evan-Moor. Learn More
  24. Omnibus IV: The Ancient World Text & Teacher CD

    Omnibus IV: The Ancient World Text & Teacher CD

    SKU: 5144

    $110.00

    This is the fourth book in the Omnibus Series. Covering history, literature and theology in an integrated way, you will find great helps and tools to study the great works found in the most recent time period. Students will learn to look at ideas and events with a biblical worldview, while their composition and logical skills are refined. And it's written so that a student can start with this level, if needed. This one-of-a-kind program begins with the student text and teacher CD-ROM. This well-thought-out, manageable tool, with daily lesson plans, will make teaching and interacting with the greatest works of Western Civilization both enjoyable and profitable. With Trinitarian thinking at the core of the study, students will learn to interact with timeless material in a wise and godly way. Students completing all six years of Omnibus will have carefully studied every book of the Bible, too. The student text assigns the readings in the primary and secondary books for each semester. The primary reading covers books that the student will interact with most. Papers, tests, field trips, etc. will generally be more geared to the primary books. Secondary reading is not necessarily less important, but it is given less emphasis. Recommended for 10th Grade. From Veritas Press. Learn More
  25. Horatius at the Bridge

    Horatius at the Bridge

    SKU: 2632

    $14.95

    Three things come together in the story of Horatius at the Bridge, as written by Thomas Babington Macaulay. There is Macaulay himself, his society of Victorian Britain, and the early history of ancient Rome. Macaulay also tossed off what he called a "trifle", the Lays of Ancient Rome. These were stories in poetry of the early period of Rome, a time when the Romans had no written literature but a rich art of oral ballads, half-spoken, half-sung, that told the history of their heroes and ancestors.Each student exercises includes: Progeny Press Definitions of words used in the poem Explanations of Phrases Identification of persons in the context of the poem Location of place names through the use of maps Reading Questions Summarizations of individual verses that have a common thread Research of poem references Learn More

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