Early American History Primary Study Guide revised

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Item #: 006319
ISBN: 9781893103535
Grades: K-3

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Publisher: Beautiful Feet Books

Category Description for Literature Approach to Early American History

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Love it!
We love this curriculum. The books are great reads and very educational. The study guide is helpful to keep you going, but not overbearing!
July 12, 2018
over 2 years ago
Another great guide from Beautiful Feet Books!
June 17, 2018
1 year ago
Love this
I love how gentle and simple these study guides are. We have been thoroughly enjoying the early American history and geography guides and the books that go with them. I foresee using the beautiful feet study guide for years to come.
April 26, 2018
1 year ago
Ok guide... Definitely needs improvement
I love the book selection for this guide, however, the guide itself I didn't love. The reasons are the following: 1) the moral instruction laid out throughout the guide does not sit well with me. I love the Lord and its my number one goal to make Him known to my girls, however, I don't think that this is accomplished by simply teaching morals or Christian virtues, but a real relationship with Him happens through a real change of heart and personal experience with Him. I skip through some of the "moral" teachings, such as the memorizing of the conscience poem, and some of the questions and that seems to work fine for us. The guide ends up working for us just as a means to know how much reading to do each day, and we also utilize some of the suggestions given for website's to supplement the reading. 2) the second reason would be the fact that it doesn't not provide answers to the questions posed. 3) I wish some map work would also be available to print and download and more frequently talked about throughout lessons. I had to find my own maps to print off the internet and also had to find out by myself where the locations mentioned in the "Leif the Lucky" were in the map. I feels in regards to maps, there's a lot of figuring out by yourself what to do kind of thing. And honestly, that defeats the purpose of of having a guide in the first place. It's important to point out we are still in the beginning of the guide, as we just finished off lesson 12 I believe, which resumes the reading of Leif the Lucky, which is the first book.
November 11, 2017
1 year ago
What a fun way to learn history
My boys that are 5 and 4 years old are really enjoying the stories and I like the questions and discussion ideas.
March 13, 2017
over 2 years ago
Last spring my husband picked up the newly arrived Beautiful Feet homeschooling catalog and began reading it Why he decided to read it I have no idea other than the fact the catalog is about history his favorite subject After reading through the catalog we decided to order the Early American History Primary curriculum for our homeschool to utilize with our child for second to third grade Early American History Primary is authored by homeschooling mother and former teacher Rea Berg Early American History Primary is based on the teachings of British educator Charlotte Mason as described in Susan Schaeffer Macaulay's book "For the Children's Sake" The curriculum covers the time period from Leif the Lucky to the presidency of Abraham Lincoln "Living books" such as "The Courage of Sarah Noble George Washington's Breakfast D'Aulaire's Leif the Lucky Columbus Pocahahontas Benjamin Franklin George Washington Abraham Lincoln and Buffalo Bill" are the backbone of the curriculum Notebooking is incorporated into each lesson so at the end of the year your student will have a hand-made book of what they have studied Overall our family has been very pleased with Early American History Primary In the future we look forward to purchasing additional history curriculum from the Beautiful Feet Company
April 4, 2012
I discovered Beautiful Feet publishing quite by accident A friend of mine gave me her copy of "Early American History Primary" as she was no longer using it To say first and foremost I was surprised to see how the instructor's manual was organized in an easy to read format Secondly I was surprised to see how much content was to be covered "Early American History Primary" covers the time period in US history from the exploration of the Vikings to the war between the states with the Civil War "Living books" are the backbone of the curriculum Your child will be introduced to individuals in history such as the Pilgrims Leif the Lucky Benjamin Franklin Pocahontas and Abraham Lincoln Beautiful Feet publishing is an excellant resource for those who are utilizing the Charlotte Mason method of education in their homeschool
May 12, 2009
Though using the literature approach to teaching history sounded so good to us I was at a loss as to how to make that happen until I got this guide! Our boys delighted in every book we read Additionally their understanding of the time period and their recollection of what they learned is incredible! I chalk that all up to this guide After using this for one year we have been able to apply how the literature approach is done for other time periods As a new homeschooler the pace was just enough to keep me on track but not so much that I got overwhelmed or felt behind We look forward to using the Beautiful Feet curriculum as our children get older Highly recommended
February 16, 2008
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To go with the books I purchased
jennifer m on Jul 16, 2019
I chose this book because I needed primary sources for my fifth grade curriculum.
Ronnie R on Nov 8, 2018
To go with the books I purchased
jennifer m on Jul 16, 2019
I will be using the Beautiful Feet Early American History curriculum for my 1st grader this year. The curriculum is literature based and the books have great reviews.
Heather R on Jun 19, 2019
I chose this book because I needed primary sources for my fifth grade curriculum.
Ronnie R on Nov 8, 2018
Gentle, non-boring way to explore history.
Mark W on Oct 1, 2018
I chose this for my first grader because NY state requires all grades to learn US History while homeschooling.
AMY P on Oct 1, 2018
Hard to find a good American history series for younger elementary age and I like the literature based curriculum great way to build a library of good books
User on Aug 22, 2018
Using this as part of our History curriculum for my 1st grader this year, along with Bede’s History of US, which we own.
Regan T on Aug 21, 2018
i choose this for history curriculum for kindergarten and 2nd grader
Crystal S on Jul 23, 2018
Cheapest price available since I'm not ordering the full kit from Beautiful Feet Books!
Claire C on May 18, 2018
ive heard amazing things about this. we love teaching history through living books!
sarah m on Mar 27, 2018
needed the new version
Susan B on Mar 12, 2018
We use this for our homeschool.
Melissa G on Nov 14, 2017
Looks like an amazing literature based history study using real books.
User on Oct 11, 2017
curriculum book
Margarita B on Aug 14, 2017
I love the beautiful feet study guides and learning through literature.
Angela H on Jun 15, 2017
I wanted this so that I could begin planning my children's home education for next year.
Jacqueline A on Apr 6, 2017
I will be using this as my history lesson plan for our 1st and 3rd graders this year. We are looking forward to reading our way through history!
Dianne A on Aug 30, 2016
I own the previous edition, so wanted to get the revised edition.
Tammy F on Aug 28, 2016
We love to learn through literature- this is s great fit for us, using good literature to read through history. We chose to use Beautiful Feet as our spine and this is the resource guide, I plan to use the library for the many books we will read, instead of buying all of them.
Terra H on Aug 24, 2016
The reviews were good on how good it is for educating young children about american history so it will go well for homeschooling.
Thomas V on Aug 22, 2016
I love anything Charlotte Mason based!
Anthony B on Aug 10, 2016
I am a fan of 1) Beautiful Feet Books and 2) learning through literature.
Tracy J B on Aug 4, 2016
Based on samples from the publisher's website. I think this is going to be a wonderful way to study AM. HiST with my small ones.
Makayla B on Jul 18, 2016
We homeschool and needed it.
Christian E on Jul 17, 2016
It was recommended on a homeschool blog that I really like.
Elisabeth E on Jul 16, 2016
Teaching K-2 nd graders for Charter School class day.
Cyndee S on Jun 7, 2016
literature based...the kids love stories and it helps them really remember history!
Anna M on Jan 15, 2016
Home school co-op.
Kristi P on Oct 7, 2015
I will be using the Beautiful Feet Early American History curriculum for my 1st grader this year. The curriculum is literature based and the books have great reviews.
Heather R on Jun 19, 2019
Gentle, non-boring way to explore history.
Mark W on Oct 1, 2018
Does this curriculum incorporate any hands on activities? Perhaps making something from the various time periods?
Danika M on Mar 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No, but it “is designed to include a student composition notebook where all the student’s work including pictures, maps, reports, poetry, and copy work is recorded.” (From the guide’s “how to use this guide”). I have used The Story of the World (sold here on Rainbow Resource) for my children and the workbook includes many hands on activities.
I am going to use the Early American History Primary Study Guide from Beautiful Feet. I have all the books to go with the study guide. Are these CDs just those stories in audio form, or are they other stories? Thanks.
A shopper on Aug 7, 2016
Early American History Primary Study Guide revised
Early American History Primary Study Guide revised
Your Story Hour H-1 to H-5 CDs
Your Story Hour H-1 to H-5 CDs
BEST ANSWER: Your Story Hour is a completely different set of stories. They cover the same topics that you read from the "living books" recommended, but they are not the same. Your Story Hour is a dramatized retelling of some parts of history. We used Early American History Primary, but we rarely did the Your Story Hour accompaniment because it has a strange way of fading in and out of "scenes". We could hear that they were still talking, but we couldn't understand what they were saying because it was fading out. This was very frustrating to my children, so we only did a few of the stories from it.
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