Practical Homeschooling Magazine Reader Awards
First Place in Geography, 2014
Second Place in History, 2014
Third Place in Literature, 2014
Third Place in Unit Studies, 2014
Our Newly Revised and Expanded Edition!
This Award-Winning Guide has been completely Revised & Expanded! Now in full-color it features new comprehension questions, vocabulary, activities, answer key, and great website links. One of our most popular studies just got better! Hands-on course utilizing four of the Holling C. Holling classics. This award-winning study is designed to cover geography, but also includes some history and science as well. The teacher's guide provides the framework for getting the most out of the Holling books as well as four maps (available for purchase separately) designed to be colored and labeled by your student. Three main geographic regions of the U.S are covered in this course as well as an introduction to world geography in the book, Seabird. Contains 39 lessons and it is suggested that one lesson be completed each week. For grades 3rd-7th.
About the Author: Rea is a homeschooling mother of six whose determination to teach history using quality literature rather than standard textbooks inspired her to research what was available to accomplish that purpose. The result has been a series of History Through Literature study 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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Literature can be used to enhance or expand ones views on the world. Often literature can expose people to new cultures and teach tolerance of different peoples and practices.