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New Testament, Greece, and Rome--Homeschool Teacher's Manual

This New Testament, Greece & Rome Homeschool Teacher's Manual is part of the New Testament, Greece & Rome history series from Veritas Press, which is comprised of this teacher's manual (OR the enhanced homeschool teacher's manual on CD, School Manual, or School Enhanced CD options), plus the New Testament, Greece & Rome Card set, and New Testament, Greece & Rome Memory CD, all of which are sold-separately; a list of recommended literature for this course is below. This teacher's manual includes student projects and worksheets that align with the cards and memory CD (not included). Projects include background information and accounts to read along with fun projects like creating a holding an Olympic field day, making a clay coin with Alexander head, pretending to interview the shepherds who went to see the Baby Jesus, and more. Worksheets provide reinforcement for remembering dates, names, and places. Tests provide an opportunity for assessment, and feature short-answer questions. Answers to all assignments are included in the back (line-listed format), including the writing exercises for cards. The appendix features a variety of reproducible blackline masters, history-based sentences in which students identify the different parts of speech, report forms, games, and more. This comprehensive manual is designed for a 36-week school year, with one week at the end of each quarter designated for review and testing; parents are encouraged to adapt to their own students, as this manual contains more information and projects than could be completed by one student in a year. Projects are marked in the answer key to indicate if they're suited for younger or older (4th grade and up) students. If using for 2nd grade and below, some work, especially in the beginning, may need to be done orally. While this program can be used with multiple ages, the recommended schedule is: Grade K: Bede's History of ME Grade 1: Bede's History of US Grade 2: Old Testament & Ancient Egypt Grade 3: New Testament, Greece & Rome Grade 4: Middle Ages, Renaissance & Reformation Grade 5: Explorers to 1815 Grade 6: 1815-Present It is also recommended that students read engaging historical-fiction that complements the events that they're learning; chapter questions are included in this manual for the following recommended books (not-included): Children's Homer d'Aulaires Book of Greek Myths Detectives in Togas Pompeii...Buried Alive Trojan Horse For a full list of recommended books to use with this course (for example, the Usborne Internet-Linked Greeks and Usborne Internet-Linked Romans books), along with additional reading suggestions, please see the attached Book List PDF above. 470 pages, softcover. Reproducible for homeschool use. Recommended for 3rd Grade.
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