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  • Item #: 294348
    ISBN: 9781606826195
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    ISBN: 9781606824993
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    ISBN: 9781606826201
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    ISBN: 9781606826188
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    The Home School Kit includes Student Text, Teacher Edition w/ Toolkit CD (worksheets, visuals, maps, quizzes, rubrics), Student Activity Manual, Student Activity Manual Answer Key, Tests, and Tests Answer Key.

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    ISBN: 9781606826218
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  • Item #: 062132
    ISBN: 9781615385485
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    ISBN: 9781615385461
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  • Item #: 021827
    ISBN: 9781404803602
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    Privyet! [pree-VYET] That means hi in Russian. Learn lots of interesting facts about Russian culture, geography, architecture & language in a lively alphabetical format. Colorful illustrations and easy-to-read text introduce your child to the wonders of Russia such as ballet, Grandfather Frost, Lake Baikal, Moscow, nerpas, white nights and more. Did you know that Russia has 24 time zones and the deepest lake in the world? You would if you read this cute book! 32pp, 11” x 9”, sc. ~Sara

  • Item #: 047438
    ISBN: 9781465435552
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    Using a world atlas can be overwhelming to young learners. DK/Smithsonian has taken the intimidation factor out of the equation with this lovely atlas intended just for children. This 128-page atlas is full of fun, colorful pictures on every page. Travel through North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australasia and the Polar Regions with maps labeled for major cities, flags, places of interest, agriculture, and more. Information is presented in small paragraphs to be more reader-friendly. Every continent begins with an overview and is then broken down by country. Learn about the climate, culture, and geography of each place. Children will be able to travel the world without ever leaving home! ~ Donna

  • Item #: 016087
    ISBN: 9781619302228
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    Take a step beyond learning flags, coins and country names to really appreciating the elements it takes to make a true nation with borders, language, and culture. Part of the Build it Yourself series, this book will help students create their own nation (micro sized). They will understand what makes up a unifying national culture and the challenges that a nation faces with regards to services and dozens of infrastructural elements. Students will learn vocabulary and have to think about transportation, communication, money, mail service, power systems, schools, and resource management, to name a few. The activities included are fun and thought provoking. Black and white illustrations, with a glossary and additional resources. 124 pp, sc. ~ Steve

  • Item #: 032805
    ISBN: 9780890519967
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    This teacher guide combined with Children's Atlas of God's World and Passport to the World becomes a year-long geography course for elementary students. The books provide the information needed to complete the pages found in the planner. The teacher guide includes student worksheets, quizzes, and an answer key. Students will travel the world country by country and learn about the culture, symbols, and topography. Lots of fun activities are included in this 180-lesson study – like cooking a national food like halva from Turkey or churrasco from Brazil, coloring country flags, and planting poppies for Iceland. There are recipes or cooking suggestions for most of the lessons, adding a tasty dimension to your studies! ~ Donna

  • Item #: 038010
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    This year-long geography study begins the MFW "Investigate" curriculum series, which is followed up in subsequent years by a chronological history study. Designed for students of different levels to use together, this is an option if you are looking for a curriculum to use with both a second grader and an older student. (Please note that 7th and 8th graders may also use this program with the purchase of additional resources, but this package as assembled is intended for students between grades 3-6.) With a focus on world geography and missions, students will learn Bible, geography, reading, science, art and music. You will need to add math, language arts and foreign language (if desired). MFW has specific recommendations for resources for these at each grade level; see more details online. In Bible, students do an in-depth study of Matthew, read about missionaries and pray for different ethnic groups. Geography is explored through all the senses and a wide variety of activities including using maps and globes, making geographic vocabulary cards, playing geography games, cooking ethnic recipes, making flags, listening to cultural music and viewing art from around the world. In reading, students will enjoy a selection of living books recommended from an extensive list.

    Deluxe Package includes Teacher Manual; Parent-Teacher Supplement; Synergy Guide; student sheets; flags of the world sticker book; passport booklet; Exploring World Geography; A Trip Around the World/Another Trip...; Classroom Atlas; Children's Atlas of God's World; Maps & Globes; Geography From A to Z; World Wall Map; Usborne Living World Encyclopedia; Properties of Ecosystems (God's Design for Science); Hero Tales; God Speaks Numanggang; Fast Facts; Window on the World; Global Art; Wee Sing Around the World; Currency Kit; a set of six Christian Heroes Then & Now; Great Animal Search; Fun with Easy Origami; Kingdom Tales and inflatable globe.

  • Item #: 003355
    ISBN: 9780787700423
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  • Item #: 064800
    ISBN: 9780972740104
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       To fully understand the future of mankind, we must examine our heritage. Or as one author has written, “Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it.” As one who had limited Western Civilization education, this introduction is one of the most straight forward and readable resources I have reviewed.

      Beginning with a foundational understanding of the definition of civilization, the book is divided into four sections. In the first, The Mediterranean World, we examine the need for transportation, diversity and plunder; the economic, religious, and political life of early civilizations; early empires (Assyrians, Babylon, Persian); Ancient Greece; the Roman Empire and Christianity. Section 2: The Middle Ages examines the fall of Rome, rise of Islam and Western Europe; Feudalism; the spread of Christianity and the Roman Catholic Church, the Crusades; scholasticism of Thomas Aquinas and others; and the rise and growth of European cities: England, France and Spain. Section 3: The Early Modern Era surveys the Renaissance; the Protestant Reformation; the Advancement of Science; and exploration and trade. The final Section analyzes the ongoing battle between traditional Judeo-Christian faith and the new faith in naturalism. From the battle for human minds and hearts, he describes the momentous battle for political control with a historical look at the political catastrophes of Romanticism, from Rousseau to Marx to Hitler. Finally, he examines the battle for economic control from the Industrial Revolution to Socialist Mentality.

      The author takes seriously his predefined task, “to describe the institutions, politics, commerce, religion, and arts and sciences of past civilizations in an effort to discern the values, beliefs, and ideas which served to shape those societies” prior to examining the commonly held, yet erroneous viewpoints that contributed to the collapse of historic civilizations. The detailed index and chapter study questions (without answers) make this a valuable resource for teens and parents alike. 415pgs, HC. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 010601
    ISBN: 9781931397582
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    Revised and updated by Geography Matters, Geography Through Art combines Sharon Jeffus' artistic vision with author Jamie Aramini's writing talents. While retaining the "heart" of Teaching Geography Through Art, the revision features a snazzier, easier-to-use layout, crisper type and graphics, and many additional "extras". Instructions at the beginning of the book explain the icons and new features found throughout the book, offer instructions on keeping a geography notebook, and include art tips, techniques, teaching tips and a list of basic art materials you'll use most frequently. The book is divided by continent, with a short "world" section at the very beginning. A map, continent summary and list of facts begins each chapter, detailing basic geographical information for the continent. Then, a variety of art information and projects are provided for several major countries in the continent. As Sharon Jeffus believes in hands-on learning, so a wide variety of projects relating to that continent using many different art media are suggested. Subject matter for each continent includes architecture, animals, works of art, and cultural artifacts. With each project, you'll be learning fascinating information about the culture, and enjoy photographs, drawings, and details about artistic techniques. The instructions for each project are broken down step by step, and each project also includes a list of materials needed. Also helpful are the icons throughout the book which denote the difficulty level of projects, indicate if there is a related website available for the project (links can be found on Geography Matters' website), or denote that recipes for that country can be found in Eat Your Way Around the World, if you'd like to extend your studies to the kitchen. Additionally, you may enjoy the "Quicksketches" where students can practice their sketching on a culturally-relevant subject, the profiles of famous artists or works of art, and the "Culture Connection" notes, which draw comparisons between different cultures. If you like an artistic approach to geography, or a cultural approach to art, this book's for you!