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Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition: Ancient Times (Paperback)

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Item #: 010992
ISBN: 9781933339009
Grades: 1-5
Author: Susan Wise Bauer

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Publisher:Peace Hill Press
Contributor:Jeff West (Illustrator)
Pub. Date: April 2006
Binding: Perfect
Pages: 338
Dimensions: 5.38 x 8.32 x .84 in.; .99 lbs.
Edition: Revised, illustrated
Language: English
Series Title: The Story of the World: History for the Classical Child Ser.
Audience: General Adult
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4.8 / 5.0
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This is an excellent history text It reads like a story book (as the title suggests) with appropriate language for first grade children The author uses a mix of historical information and legends from the time and region being studied as well as fictional stories that allow the child to envision themselves in that time and place Although pertinent information is covered the chapters' size and content never allow for boredom Each chapter of the book has a number of corresponding activities in the guide (#010993) The activities for every chapter range from highly involved (embalming a chicken) to simple (coloring a page) With each chapter the author includes black line maps coloring pages even cartoons to color craft projects suggestions for further reading both historical and literature Last year I put together my own unit studies I will never use another history program Other than doing a craft project or choosing a suggested book at the library for further reading no prep time is needed Highly recommended and cost effective
March 10, 2004
We used Story of the World #1 as our 1st grade history text as recommended in the Well-Trained Mind This was an excellent grammar stage text for studying ancient history There are 42 lessons and many of them are told in a story format which helped hold my son's attention We did one lesson per week There is a separate Activity Book which I recommend purchasing though it is at least double the price of the text book The book can be used alone of course but the Activity Book has a lot of good ideas in it for bringing history alive in a hands-on manner If you don't get the Activity Book you'll need to get your maps from some other source (such as Blackline Maps of World History Complete Set) This is considered to be not only a history course but a geography course as well
August 2, 2009
We love Story of the World! I always hated history in school even though I got straight A's I knew that I didn't have a coherent picture of the past Teaching history to my kids used to scare me until I found this curriculum First I borrowed and read through the Ancient Times book I couldn't put it down! I kept asking my husband things like "Have you ever heard of the Fertile Crescent?" "Did you know about the pictures carved into the ground in South America?" I had never learned about these things! Next I bought the book and activity book I am amazed at how much is packed into the activity book! I spent some time going through it picked out the activities I wanted to do made a list and went to town to buy simple supplies and make copies of the coloring pages The kids are so curious about the macaroni noodles grass seed clay and dowels that I got for history Now I will have practically no more prep time and the projects are going to be so fun to do!Final test: How do the kids like it? After the section about archaeology my 6 year old begged "Would you read that again?" He wanted to hear the text again before they went out on their own 'archaeological dig!' Today when I pulled out the book my 5 and 6 year olds said "Horray! History!" My 2 year old even participates in coloring and 'helping' with the projects and the reading sections aren't long I am able to read them before she gets too bored I'm so happy to have this resource to begin teaching my kids (and myself) all about history! One more note: although this is not a Christian curriculum it does respect the Christian perspective There is no talk of evolution or the evolutionary time-line In the book lists of the activity book there are notes about the books that have evolutionary content or nudity or might have content that is just too frightening for some children I really appreciate this!
June 10, 2011
This history curriculum was suggested last year during our end of the year assessment I purchased it from Rainbow Resource Center last year for the 2006-2007 school year At first I wasn't sure it was the curriculum for us - the kids weren't too excited about the material although they did seem to pay attention I decided to stick with it and found that the issue was really that "Ancient Times" just wasn't as exciting to learn as Christopher Columbus the Underground Railroad and other history topics that we had previously studied I am really glad I stuck with it! We are enjoying this history curriculum and it is easy to use We have the text book and the activities book; we read aloud the portion of the chapter (already marked in the book) and orally answer the review questions in the activities book The kids draw and narrate what they have learned that day on a sheet of paper which goes in their history notebooks We do all of the suggested map work and coloring pages which also get added to their history notebooks Sometimes we read some of the recommended literature (listed in the activity book) to add to our knowledge and ocassionally we also complete a suggested craft activity Sometimes the kids are so enjoying the story that we read two or three days worth of material We include history in our schedule two days a week and will complete about 2/3 of Volume 1 in this school year I'm excited about the idea of each kid having a history book of their own making that begins with the nomads in Ancient Times and will continue clear through history The kids often get out their notebooks and look through them on their own - they enjoy looking at their work and they get a wonderful review in the process Going through history chronologically is helpful to put it all in order in our brains and having Biblical stories/characters included help my children to understand that the Bible is a true historical record and it strongly reinforces our Bible studies as wellAre they retaining the information? The other evening we were watching an educational show on PBS when the Sahara Desert was shown and mentioned - the kids (grades 1st and 3rd) started yelling out to their dad "Did you know that the Sahara Desert used to be full of trees and plants and many people used to live there?" Then as they showed pictures on the show my 3rd grade daughter started yelling "Look it's a shaduf! That was the first farm machinery ever used!" Yes - they are retaining this information - that information was discussed in a history lesson 5 months ago!It's refreshing to have a curriculum that all of the family can do together (multi-age) and it's a relief off of my shoulders not to have to plan/create/gather any more than I desire!
April 1, 2007
This history program is great I used this with my 1st and 3rd grader They both loved it It reads just like a story which keeps their interest The activity book is a great teacher help Loads of hands on activities and map work plus additional reading you can choose from (which is completely optional) Plus there are coloring sheets which my girls love to do while I am reading We will definitely use Volume 2 for next year
May 21, 2007
The story format of this history text is interesting and short enough for my first grader but I could see that an older child would get a lot deeper with the same material I would strongly suggest the activity book to go with the history text if only for the matching maps and coloring sheets I think that as my daughter colors a picture of what I am reading about-- while I read it-- that she is paying attention on multiple levels instead of her mind wandering The texts are short enough for a single session with each chapter broken into manageable chunks As an adult I really appreciate the worldwide take on history-- not just Europe in here!
October 25, 2007
My daughter used to complain about history until we got this book She is really interested in the stories (and so am I!) and doesn't complain about history any more We used the activity book the 1st year but didn't do everything Mostly we read some of the suggested books in there This year I am only getting the test book to use as review of what she reads She was 10 when she did this book and we did the 2nd also and now will be doing the 3rd this year My daughter is very visual but even though this doesn't have many pictures it didn't matter since the stories are so interesting She comes back to tell me things she read in the book so I know she's retaining the information and understanding it which she didn't in the more traditional history textbooks we used to do
August 3, 2007
We have thoroughly enjoyed this history program! ALL of my children have been able to participate on some levelThey LOVE listening to the chapters being read and I especially like the activity guide with the coloring pages narration questions activities and additional book liststhe children have enjoyed the maps and coloring pages They have learned SO much this year about ancient history and it amazes me how much they remember! My kids are ages 2 4 6 and 8--there is SO much you can add to this curriculum if you wish but if you choose to use it just as it is without anything extra then that is totally fine and so much more enriching than doing nothing at allI also like the ease of using this program! It is pick up and go every time we are ready to do history!
February 26, 2008
Maybe too advanced for 1st grade
We started this with my 1st grader this year. There are a lot of great activities to go along with the story but it seems like it may be too advanced for her right now or that she may benefit more from it when her brothers are old enough to participate in the experiments/activities with her. I also think these first years would be better spent learning more about our nation.
November 1, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Enjoyable
Currently using this for my kindergartener and a first grader. Both children are enjoying it. I makes my job to teach them easier.
November 3, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
I'm currently using Story of the World Volume 2 as a spine with our curriculum (Build your library) and I just love it, so I thought I would pick up volume 1 and to use in the future. It's great to find a text that is thorough and so affordable.
Diana G on Mar 10, 2017
part of "Build Your Library" curriculum for 1st grade
Brendan M on Jan 27, 2017
I'm currently using Story of the World Volume 2 as a spine with our curriculum (Build your library) and I just love it, so I thought I would pick up volume 1 and to use in the future. It's great to find a text that is thorough and so affordable.
Diana G on Mar 10, 2017
This is the best history curriculum out there. You can tailor it to your child's grade and it's extremely engaging.
Alexandra F on Feb 28, 2017
part of "Build Your Library" curriculum for 1st grade
Brendan M on Jan 27, 2017
Heard good things about this curriculum, so we wanted to try it out.
Sarah B on Jan 26, 2017
Have used in past.
Bridget R on Dec 11, 2016
This is part of our Kindergarten curriculum.
Chandos V on Oct 13, 2016
Keeping up with my homeschooled grandchildren!
V I on Sep 13, 2016
was highly recommended
Jane F on Sep 7, 2016
school reading list
Dawn K on Aug 20, 2016
recommended
AnaLisa G on Aug 14, 2016
correlates to our classical conversations history
Natashya G on Aug 5, 2016
what our school recommended
Rebecca D on Jul 5, 2016
My sister in law recommended it as a good "all inclusive" start for homeschooling.
Thora J on Jun 9, 2016
Recommended on homeschool site
Jennifer R on Apr 22, 2016
We are beginning a group lesson and this is our chosen curriculum
Dana G on Mar 18, 2016
Nice book - full of information.
James M on Mar 11, 2016
I purchased this because of the reviews I read from other homeschool mothers. I think this will be a fun addition to our 1st grade curriculum.
Theresa C on Feb 18, 2016
I have heard that this is a great tool to use for homeschooling multiples in the family, and we are studying Ancient History with our Classical Conversations community this year, so I thought it would be great to aid in our learning. As a mom I am learning just as much as my kids!!
Rebekah L on Feb 17, 2016
recommended by someone
User on Jan 26, 2016
My son's teacher recommended this book
Elaine S on Jan 14, 2016
I've heard this is a must for classical educators. I was hoping to buy the audio, but I did not really like the narrator, so am going with the regular book.
Lindy S on Nov 27, 2015
It goes along with my Classical Curriculum and it was a good price.
Myra G on Oct 18, 2015
This is the best history curriculum out there. You can tailor it to your child's grade and it's extremely engaging.
Alexandra F on Feb 28, 2017
Heard good things about this curriculum, so we wanted to try it out.
Sarah B on Jan 26, 2017
Are all the history reference books needed for this or is just one enough (Kingfisher or Usborne)?
A shopper on Jun 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Neither are needed if you are able to use reliable internet resources but they are incredibly useful especially Usborne! it has wonderful interactive activities that allow the students to do things like virtually visit an Egyptian pyramid and the illustrations are amazing!
What does s/c stand for?
A shopper on Jun 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: s/c stands for softcover. You may see other designations meaning the same thing: paperback, sc, or pb. I'm sorry for the confusion.
What is the difference between the revised edition and the older edition? I have the older one and would like to know if I really need to upgrade. Thanks for your time.
Janel B on Nov 5, 2015
Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition: Ancient Times (Paperback)
Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition: Ancient Times (Paperback)
Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition Activity Book (Paperback)
Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition Activity Book (Paperback)
BEST ANSWER: Hello,
I am using the Story of the World series to teach Ancient History at a homeschool co-op. Some of my students have the original and some have the revised books. Since some of the families had already owned the book, I have tried to make adjustments when needed so that the families did not have to buy a new edition. So far, most of the content is the same with an infrequent difference in a map between the editions. I don't see it necessary to upgrade. Have a great night.
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    4.8 / 5.0
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    This is an excellent history text It reads like a story book (as the title suggests) with appropriate language for first grade children The author uses a mix of historical information and legends from the time and region being studied as well as fictional stories that allow the child to envision themselves in that time and place Although pertinent information is covered the chapters' size and content never allow for boredom Each chapter of the book has a number of corresponding activities in the guide (#010993) The activities for every chapter range from highly involved (embalming a chicken) to simple (coloring a page) With each chapter the author includes black line maps coloring pages even cartoons to color craft projects suggestions for further reading both historical and literature Last year I put together my own unit studies I will never use another history program Other than doing a craft project or choosing a suggested book at the library for further reading no prep time is needed Highly recommended and cost effective
    March 10, 2004
    We used Story of the World #1 as our 1st grade history text as recommended in the Well-Trained Mind This was an excellent grammar stage text for studying ancient history There are 42 lessons and many of them are told in a story format which helped hold my son's attention We did one lesson per week There is a separate Activity Book which I recommend purchasing though it is at least double the price of the text book The book can be used alone of course but the Activity Book has a lot of good ideas in it for bringing history alive in a hands-on manner If you don't get the Activity Book you'll need to get your maps from some other source (such as Blackline Maps of World History Complete Set) This is considered to be not only a history course but a geography course as well
    August 2, 2009
    We love Story of the World! I always hated history in school even though I got straight A's I knew that I didn't have a coherent picture of the past Teaching history to my kids used to scare me until I found this curriculum First I borrowed and read through the Ancient Times book I couldn't put it down! I kept asking my husband things like "Have you ever heard of the Fertile Crescent?" "Did you know about the pictures carved into the ground in South America?" I had never learned about these things! Next I bought the book and activity book I am amazed at how much is packed into the activity book! I spent some time going through it picked out the activities I wanted to do made a list and went to town to buy simple supplies and make copies of the coloring pages The kids are so curious about the macaroni noodles grass seed clay and dowels that I got for history Now I will have practically no more prep time and the projects are going to be so fun to do!Final test: How do the kids like it? After the section about archaeology my 6 year old begged "Would you read that again?" He wanted to hear the text again before they went out on their own 'archaeological dig!' Today when I pulled out the book my 5 and 6 year olds said "Horray! History!" My 2 year old even participates in coloring and 'helping' with the projects and the reading sections aren't long I am able to read them before she gets too bored I'm so happy to have this resource to begin teaching my kids (and myself) all about history! One more note: although this is not a Christian curriculum it does respect the Christian perspective There is no talk of evolution or the evolutionary time-line In the book lists of the activity book there are notes about the books that have evolutionary content or nudity or might have content that is just too frightening for some children I really appreciate this!
    June 10, 2011
    This history curriculum was suggested last year during our end of the year assessment I purchased it from Rainbow Resource Center last year for the 2006-2007 school year At first I wasn't sure it was the curriculum for us - the kids weren't too excited about the material although they did seem to pay attention I decided to stick with it and found that the issue was really that "Ancient Times" just wasn't as exciting to learn as Christopher Columbus the Underground Railroad and other history topics that we had previously studied I am really glad I stuck with it! We are enjoying this history curriculum and it is easy to use We have the text book and the activities book; we read aloud the portion of the chapter (already marked in the book) and orally answer the review questions in the activities book The kids draw and narrate what they have learned that day on a sheet of paper which goes in their history notebooks We do all of the suggested map work and coloring pages which also get added to their history notebooks Sometimes we read some of the recommended literature (listed in the activity book) to add to our knowledge and ocassionally we also complete a suggested craft activity Sometimes the kids are so enjoying the story that we read two or three days worth of material We include history in our schedule two days a week and will complete about 2/3 of Volume 1 in this school year I'm excited about the idea of each kid having a history book of their own making that begins with the nomads in Ancient Times and will continue clear through history The kids often get out their notebooks and look through them on their own - they enjoy looking at their work and they get a wonderful review in the process Going through history chronologically is helpful to put it all in order in our brains and having Biblical stories/characters included help my children to understand that the Bible is a true historical record and it strongly reinforces our Bible studies as wellAre they retaining the information? The other evening we were watching an educational show on PBS when the Sahara Desert was shown and mentioned - the kids (grades 1st and 3rd) started yelling out to their dad "Did you know that the Sahara Desert used to be full of trees and plants and many people used to live there?" Then as they showed pictures on the show my 3rd grade daughter started yelling "Look it's a shaduf! That was the first farm machinery ever used!" Yes - they are retaining this information - that information was discussed in a history lesson 5 months ago!It's refreshing to have a curriculum that all of the family can do together (multi-age) and it's a relief off of my shoulders not to have to plan/create/gather any more than I desire!
    April 1, 2007
    This history program is great I used this with my 1st and 3rd grader They both loved it It reads just like a story which keeps their interest The activity book is a great teacher help Loads of hands on activities and map work plus additional reading you can choose from (which is completely optional) Plus there are coloring sheets which my girls love to do while I am reading We will definitely use Volume 2 for next year
    May 21, 2007
    The story format of this history text is interesting and short enough for my first grader but I could see that an older child would get a lot deeper with the same material I would strongly suggest the activity book to go with the history text if only for the matching maps and coloring sheets I think that as my daughter colors a picture of what I am reading about-- while I read it-- that she is paying attention on multiple levels instead of her mind wandering The texts are short enough for a single session with each chapter broken into manageable chunks As an adult I really appreciate the worldwide take on history-- not just Europe in here!
    October 25, 2007
    My daughter used to complain about history until we got this book She is really interested in the stories (and so am I!) and doesn't complain about history any more We used the activity book the 1st year but didn't do everything Mostly we read some of the suggested books in there This year I am only getting the test book to use as review of what she reads She was 10 when she did this book and we did the 2nd also and now will be doing the 3rd this year My daughter is very visual but even though this doesn't have many pictures it didn't matter since the stories are so interesting She comes back to tell me things she read in the book so I know she's retaining the information and understanding it which she didn't in the more traditional history textbooks we used to do
    August 3, 2007
    We have thoroughly enjoyed this history program! ALL of my children have been able to participate on some levelThey LOVE listening to the chapters being read and I especially like the activity guide with the coloring pages narration questions activities and additional book liststhe children have enjoyed the maps and coloring pages They have learned SO much this year about ancient history and it amazes me how much they remember! My kids are ages 2 4 6 and 8--there is SO much you can add to this curriculum if you wish but if you choose to use it just as it is without anything extra then that is totally fine and so much more enriching than doing nothing at allI also like the ease of using this program! It is pick up and go every time we are ready to do history!
    February 26, 2008
    Maybe too advanced for 1st grade
    We started this with my 1st grader this year. There are a lot of great activities to go along with the story but it seems like it may be too advanced for her right now or that she may benefit more from it when her brothers are old enough to participate in the experiments/activities with her. I also think these first years would be better spent learning more about our nation.
    November 1, 2015
    Purchased
    over 2 years ago
    Enjoyable
    Currently using this for my kindergartener and a first grader. Both children are enjoying it. I makes my job to teach them easier.
    November 3, 2015
    Purchased
    over 2 years ago
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    I'm currently using Story of the World Volume 2 as a spine with our curriculum (Build your library) and I just love it, so I thought I would pick up volume 1 and to use in the future. It's great to find a text that is thorough and so affordable.
    Diana G on Mar 10, 2017
    part of "Build Your Library" curriculum for 1st grade
    Brendan M on Jan 27, 2017
    I'm currently using Story of the World Volume 2 as a spine with our curriculum (Build your library) and I just love it, so I thought I would pick up volume 1 and to use in the future. It's great to find a text that is thorough and so affordable.
    Diana G on Mar 10, 2017
    This is the best history curriculum out there. You can tailor it to your child's grade and it's extremely engaging.
    Alexandra F on Feb 28, 2017
    part of "Build Your Library" curriculum for 1st grade
    Brendan M on Jan 27, 2017
    Heard good things about this curriculum, so we wanted to try it out.
    Sarah B on Jan 26, 2017
    Have used in past.
    Bridget R on Dec 11, 2016
    This is part of our Kindergarten curriculum.
    Chandos V on Oct 13, 2016
    Keeping up with my homeschooled grandchildren!
    V I on Sep 13, 2016
    was highly recommended
    Jane F on Sep 7, 2016
    school reading list
    Dawn K on Aug 20, 2016
    recommended
    AnaLisa G on Aug 14, 2016
    correlates to our classical conversations history
    Natashya G on Aug 5, 2016
    what our school recommended
    Rebecca D on Jul 5, 2016
    My sister in law recommended it as a good "all inclusive" start for homeschooling.
    Thora J on Jun 9, 2016
    Recommended on homeschool site
    Jennifer R on Apr 22, 2016
    We are beginning a group lesson and this is our chosen curriculum
    Dana G on Mar 18, 2016
    Nice book - full of information.
    James M on Mar 11, 2016
    I purchased this because of the reviews I read from other homeschool mothers. I think this will be a fun addition to our 1st grade curriculum.
    Theresa C on Feb 18, 2016
    I have heard that this is a great tool to use for homeschooling multiples in the family, and we are studying Ancient History with our Classical Conversations community this year, so I thought it would be great to aid in our learning. As a mom I am learning just as much as my kids!!
    Rebekah L on Feb 17, 2016
    recommended by someone
    User on Jan 26, 2016
    My son's teacher recommended this book
    Elaine S on Jan 14, 2016
    I've heard this is a must for classical educators. I was hoping to buy the audio, but I did not really like the narrator, so am going with the regular book.
    Lindy S on Nov 27, 2015
    It goes along with my Classical Curriculum and it was a good price.
    Myra G on Oct 18, 2015
    This is the best history curriculum out there. You can tailor it to your child's grade and it's extremely engaging.
    Alexandra F on Feb 28, 2017
    Heard good things about this curriculum, so we wanted to try it out.
    Sarah B on Jan 26, 2017
    Are all the history reference books needed for this or is just one enough (Kingfisher or Usborne)?
    A shopper on Jun 28, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Neither are needed if you are able to use reliable internet resources but they are incredibly useful especially Usborne! it has wonderful interactive activities that allow the students to do things like virtually visit an Egyptian pyramid and the illustrations are amazing!
    What does s/c stand for?
    A shopper on Jun 6, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: s/c stands for softcover. You may see other designations meaning the same thing: paperback, sc, or pb. I'm sorry for the confusion.
    What is the difference between the revised edition and the older edition? I have the older one and would like to know if I really need to upgrade. Thanks for your time.
    Janel B on Nov 5, 2015
    Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition: Ancient Times (Paperback)
    Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition: Ancient Times (Paperback)
    Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition Activity Book (Paperback)
    Story of the World Vol. 1 2nd Edition Activity Book (Paperback)
    BEST ANSWER: Hello,
    I am using the Story of the World series to teach Ancient History at a homeschool co-op. Some of my students have the original and some have the revised books. Since some of the families had already owned the book, I have tried to make adjustments when needed so that the families did not have to buy a new edition. So far, most of the content is the same with an infrequent difference in a map between the editions. I don't see it necessary to upgrade. Have a great night.
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