Continue your journey around the world in this brand-new course covering South America and Europe! In Europe you and your children will travel through France, Spain, Italy, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, and Great Britain. In South America: Ecuador, Chile, Peru, and Brazil. Along with award-winning literature, this course includes nature study, folktales, fables, music, art, poetry, and history.
Gentle Socratic questions are designed to prompt discussion and discovery. Geographic elements include country maps and flags for children to cut out, paint or color, encouraging journaling of all they are learning. Beautiful drawings of indigenous animals will familiarize students with some remarkable creatures, their habitat and habits, cultivating respect and wonder for the natural world.
Each country visited also includes a Library Connection, as well as History and Biography suggestions, so that parents can expand the study with additional recommendations. Each chapter concludes with a fun foray into the cuisine of the country with recipes, photos, and links to create a memorable evening visiting unique culinary creations from around the world.
•This study contains approximately 70 lessons.
•Complete 4 lessons per week for a semester study.
•Complete 2 lessons per week for a one-year study.
Those purchasing the Complete Pack or Teacher Guide can request the free downloadable coloring pictures that accompany this study. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part I covers Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica.
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About the Author:
Rea Berg homeschooled her six children and it was her determination to teach history using quality literature rather than standard textbooks that inspired her to research what was available to accomplish that purpose. The result has been a series of History Through Literature Teacher guides all designed to acquaint the reader with the best children's literature available on the subject. Rea holds a Masters Degree in Children's Literature from The Center for the Study of Children's Literature, Simmons College in Boston.
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