Veritas History Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation Homeschool Kit

Veritas History Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation Homeschool Kit


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Grades: 2-6

Category Description for Veritas History Programs:

Instead of isolating Bible and Christian history from what was happening in the rest of the world, the folks at Veritas aim to incorporate it. They offer four different history time periods (each aimed at a different grade level and designed to take one school year) which take students from creation to the present. The program originally had three parts: teacher's manual, history cards (an absolutely essential element of the curriculum) and a memory song on audio CD. The song is sung by a woman with a pleasant voice at varying tempos and is designed as a type of auditory time line. The history cards are fantastic! They have many interesting facets (the more you study them, the more you learn). The cards from the various time periods are color coded and numbered - there are 32 cards in each pack. If the cards also relate to Bible history they have another color and another number. Each card has a picture (usually in full color) representing what it is about. For example, the card for Creation has a reproduction of the Creation of the sun and moon from the Sistine Chapel Ceiling by Michelangelo. Many of the other pictures on the other cards are famous paintings as well. Each card has a

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jeana b on Sep 6, 2016
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jeana b on Sep 6, 2016
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This is my first year with Veritas Press I purchased the program due to the art incorporated in it figuring it would go well with studying the Renaissance I was a bit overwhelmed by the level of questions asked and think that this program is definitely geared towards the classically trained child and seems to be way above the typical 4th grade level It is very well organized so that you can correspond your reading program with your history but the focus is mostly on Biblical history so I felt it necessary to supplement with Story of the World to get a more complete picture
December 9, 2005

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