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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
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!
Is there a book list and guide that is similar to beautiful feet in the sense that it has good historical fiction and goes chronologically? My kids really enjoy reading and we haven't been doing the history or science like I've wanted but doing it through reading would kill two birds with one stone, lol! I don't want to get very specific books, I would prefer a list that says get a book about George Washington and then have a few things to discuss about that time period. Or about Henry ford and then have ideas on how to lead them in learning from that subject, etc. I feel like I need a guide to connect the historical dots for me since I have little experience in connecting the dots for people, time periods and how it affected this and that. I would use BF but I don't have the money to get the books. We do have a pretty good library so I could get books about certain people or time periods, as long as its not specific, and use those to teach history and/or science. ....Unless the guides for bf are done in such a way that I could get the guide and use whatever the library has on that subject, could that work?