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Hi all, The "Study and Teaching Guide" for Susan Wise Bauer's "History of the Renaissance World" is now available in paperback or downloadable PDF versions. This book turns SWB's history book into a one-year high-school-level course, with map exercises, critical thinking prompts, identification of important people, events, and concepts, and review questions. The front half includes answers for the instructor, and the student pages are perforated for easy removal. I can answer any questions you have about this product or our related products. Justin from Well-Trained Mind Press
I'm looking for recommendations on how to structure a very beginning world history class. This would be a CO-OP class (10 weeks each semester) for 3rd and 4th graders. My soon to be 3rd grader is really interested in learning about medieval history, but I told her it might be good to start at the very beginning and work up to that. I was thinking of using Child's History of the World for it's very short and easy approach, but then pulling in as much of Story of the World as possible (Ancient Times) and using activities out of that book. We would do a lapbook as well as activities each week to support the lessons. This would be an early introduction, and then the following year 4th we'd start working through SOTW. But on our own at home. Thoughts, recommendations?