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Friday, November 6, 2009

Mystery of History Volume 2: The Early Church and the Middle Ages

History is one of my favorite subjects to teach, and my favorite history curriculum to teach from is The Mystery of History series by Linda Lacour Hobar. I love that I am able to use it to teach all my children, each at their own level, at the same time.

Mystery of History vol. 1 covers Creation through Jesus' death and resurrection and Mystery of History vol. 2 covers the early church and the middle ages. The curriculum is complete and contains:

*Three lessons per week
*Fun projects and hands on activities
*Photos from around the word
*Exercises, quizzes, quarterly work sheets, and semester tests
*Weekly timeline and mapping assignments
*"Memory Cards"
*Easy to use format
*Supplemental reading and resource lists

I like how easily I we can adapt this curriculum to notebooking, but we also like the timeline, and memory cards. The pre-tests are a fun way for the children to see what they already know, and we do these orally, as well as, many of the other tests. It is really a fun for us to learn together.

If you want a complete history curriculum that is easy to use, fun to teach and learn from, and that the whole family would enjoy, than I know you will want to check out The Mystery of History series.

The Mystery of History vol. 2 is currently available through Bright Ideas Press for $49.95. There are three volumes in this series, and numerous options for supplemental resources and books, as well as, a CD audio set, and a reproducibles CD set, that you may be interested in also.

Disclosure: This product was provided to our family for free as members of the 2009-2010 Old Schoolhouse Magazine Homeschool Crew. Reviews and opinions expressed in this blog are our own.

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