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  1. I was wondering if anyone has used "Early American and World History" by Rea Berg in high school? If so, what is the "spine" history book that is used along with this literature approach? Thank you, Denny
  2. Time Left: 12 days and 22 hours

    • FOR SALE
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    1995 version of Beautiful Feet Geography with all 4 Holling C. Holling books plus free bonus book- $30 ppd Literature Guide Paddle to the Sea Minn of the Mississippi Seabird Tree in the Trail Pagoo (bonus book)

    $30.00

    POINT OF ROCKS, Maryland - US

  3. I've done some searching, but really can't find a whole lot re: History Revealed by Diana Waring (especially in the more recent months). For those of you who've used it, I'd love any general thoughts you can share, either positive or negative. I'm considering it for the RRR level. So far, I like that it seems quite flexible. We don't do all that well if a curriculum is laid out with specific plans for each day - we like to pursue interests within a specific time period. If you could also compare it with other history curriculum you've used (MOH, SOTW, Beautiful Feet, Biblioplan, etc.), that would be awesome!
  4. OK in my search for a great history curriculum I have come across the Beautiful Feet curriculum. It seems pricey for the packs, but I think over the summer I could collect the books second hand and save some money. Does anyone have experience with this curriculum; we would be using the Medieval era. We already planned on reading several of the books in the collection. i think the guide looks pretty good and I would supplement with KFE. Any input?
  5. For my 1st grader's history, we've been using the history from Sonlight core A. But as many people have noted, the history in this core seems really disjointed. It gives kids the big picture idea that the world as they know it has not always been this way, but I feel like we could be learning so much more. So I'm thinking about dropping Sonlight just for this year and doing Beautiful Feet Early American History Primary, but just the first semester as I worry it would feel pushed to try to get through the whole year in what time we have left in 1st grade. So I'm wondering....are we going to be left hanging if we only do the first semester and don't return to American history until 4th grade, when Sonlight introduces it again?
  6. I'm thinking of doing the Beautiful Feet Exploring Geography through Literature (using Paddle to the Sea, other Holling books) alongside HOD Bigger Hearts (U.S. History) with my 8 yr old son. Has anyone completed the BF Geography with a younger (mostly 3rd grade) student? Would it be too much if he loves maps and would probably love the books (I'd read aloud)?
  7. Anyone use these together? We are using BFSU and love it. I'm drooling over all things BF, the History of Science looks especially good. I would use it as a supplement throughout elementary not as a 1 year course. Anyone want to talk me out of it or encourage me to go with it?
  8. I'm needing the following: Sonlight K Beautiful Feet (books and manuals) for primary and teaching character. Moving Beyong the Page (teacher manuals, student manuals and needed books and manipukatived) ages 5-7 Peak with Books (just literature)
  9. Hi there. I had been looking at this US History curr. a year ago... and for the life of me, can't remember the name of the site for it. I thought it was something like "bare foot" books or something like that. :confused: Does that ring a bell with any one? Thanks!
  10. Sitting on your shelf that you'd like to sell, please let me know. I posted in the WTB section. However, if you are like me I never check it! Thanks!:001_smile:
  11. -The website says that it's for 1st-6th grade, can I use it with a middle school kid? -Can I use the timeline pages in the timelines we already own? We have the Winter Promise timeline pages where we have plenty of room to glue,write, and draw. -How are the experiments? -If you've used BF geography, how does it compare? -Did it take you a year to complete? -Did you do other science? We do a little nature studies everyday... Could we do that, BF, and a few Ellen McHenry units over the course of the school year? -Is it a snoozer? :001_smile: Okay, this is probably too many questions for a post that won't get many (if any) replies! :lol:
  12. I'm interested in the guide for scheduling purposes. I'm considering using the Westward Expansion guide as well, since there's so much overlap. I've been trying to come up with a schedule using Human Odyssey as a spine, with the WTM topic recs as a guide. I had been trying to use the Guerber/Miller books (Story of 13 Colonies/Great Republic), but I can see it's going to take a while for me to flip through them and come up with a schedule. We've been so busy this summer that I haven't had any real time to plan. Time is no longer on my side, which makes me lean toward the BF guides. Am I just exchanging one boatload of work for another, or will BF save me planning time?
  13. I will be leading a US Geography "class" for our homeschool coop in the fall and have spent hours looking for appropriate texts. This idea was originally born out of Holling C. Hollings books, but these books skip some massive regions of the country, priomarily the west coast, the southeast/deep south and the non-contiguous states of Alaska and Hawaii. I would love to at least incorporate the west and south in this class though suggestions for Alaska and Hawaii are also welcome. For those of you not familiar with Holling's books (and I recommend you GET familiar), they are travelogues of a sort with a character moving through various regions of the country, the plotline intimately tied to the location. These books ride the line between picture books and chapter books, which is really ideal for the crew I anticipate this fall. I would love suggestions of other texts that would have a similar feel and would address the regions I am currently lacking. If you or someone you know have supplemented the Holling books or the Beautiful Feet Geography curriculum in a useful way, I would love to know that too! Thanks! Gina
  14. Do I need America's Providential History? I bought the jumbo pack but left out this book because it does not appear to match our religious beliefs. Now I am second guessing myself... How providential-ish :tongue_smilie: is it? Would it make the guide useless if I leave this book out? TIA!
  15. Good morning! For those moms who use AO or SCM (either alone or in combo with WTM), how did you choose which one to use? I have read some of the posts at SCM about the differences between the two and searched the archives here as well, but would love to hear more. I have thought for some time that a more CM approach would be of great benefit to my daughters, especially the oldest. I have always been drawn to it, but just never able or willing to take enough time to really learn all about it and plan our weeks in a more CM-friendly way. Part of the reason is because my oldest DD has ADD (not medicated at this point) and there is no way I can see that she could come close to finishing a lesson in 20 min. or so. At any rate, I am at a place where I now have the time and energy to really focus on changing our homeschool for the better. I want to move towards CM while still keeping with the WTM language arts - DD loves R&S for grammar and I do not want to change that! Both AO and SCM appeal to me. I think AO has so much more in the way of help with their Yahoo! forums and such, but I am not sure how "do-able" it would be to have a DD in Y2 or Y3 and another in Y0. They would always be on different things. But I have also read on AO why they advise not to combine children for the sake of combining. SCM has children combined in history, for instance, which appeals to me more. Each has it's own merits! So, what did you choose for your family, and why? I am very interested to hear!
  16. I'd like to know how you liked it and how it compares to Sonlight for highschool. I'd be interested in the Medievel and US/world history. The books look great for them
  17. Does anyone use BF for highschool? How much writing is in it? Do you add another writing/lit program along with it. Ie: would Light. Lit be too much to add along with it?
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