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Ranofer wants only one thing in the world: to be a master goldsmith like his beloved father was. But how can he when he is all but imprisoned by his evil half brother, Gebu? Ranofer knows the only way he can escape Gebu’s abuse is by changing his destiny. But can a poor boy with no skills survive on the cutthroat streets of ancient Thebes? Then Ranofer finds a priceless golden goblet in Gebu’s room and he knows his luck−and his destiny−are about to change.
This product is a Literature Guide. Prerequisite reading: The Golden Goblet
First published in 1946 with the d’Aulaires’s beautiful lithographic prints, this tale of the first colony at Jamestown is told from the perspective of the princess daughter of the mighty chief Powhatan. When the Natives judge the white man’s magic as evil, John Smith is condemned to death only the intervention of Pocahontas saves his life and a tentative friendship is established between Pocahontas’s tribe and the new colonists. The King of England sends a crown, rich robes and a royal bed to honor Powhatan and he is pleased, but the white man’s insistence that the Indians give them corn to sustain them through the long winters threatens their tenuous relationship. Pocahontas’s ultimate marriage to John Rolfe, the birth of their son, their voyage to England and presentation to the King and Queen is the stuff of fairy tales except that it is one of the great true stories of America’s earliest days.
Provides readers with facts about the Bible, including who the writers were, the language of the Bible, how books came to be made, and the various translations made over the centuries
In Year 4, we study World History in order to understand the battle between tyranny and liberty.
Students are introduced to real people, in real time, with real events set into the context of world history.
We begin with the expansion of the United States ‘From Sea to Shining Sea’ and finish the year with the Post-Christian West.
We answer questions like;
What are the key areas of American expansion?
What does liberty give birth to?
How did the Founding Fathers view slavery?
What philosophy of government was behind Nazi Germany and the Axis powers?
Is that philosophy of government active today, and if so, where?
What type of worldviews oppose liberty for the individual?
What philosophies or agendas are threatening our liberties today?
How an individual answers these questions is the framework in which he or she reasons and relates to the world and life events.
Pathway to Liberty is a holistic curriculum covering Bible, history, character, writing, vocabulary and geography.
Join us in learning about the battle between tyranny and liberty and building a solid foundation from which your students can build on for a lifetime.
This second book in the four-volume narrative history series for elementary students will transform your study of history. The Story of the World has won awards from numerous homeschooling magazines and readers' polls―over 150,000 copies of the series in print!
Now more than ever, other cultures are affecting our everyday lives―and our children need to learn about the other countries of the world and their history. Susan Wise Bauer has provided a captivating guide to the history of other lands. Written in an engaging, straightforward manner, this revised edition of The Story of the World: History for the Classical Child, Volume 2: The Middle Ages weaves world history into a story book format. Who discovered chocolate? What happened to the giant Fovor of the Mighty Blows? Why did the Ottoman Turks drag their war ships across dry land?
The Story of the World covers the sweep of human history from ancient times until the present. Africa, China, Europe, the Americas―find out what happened all around the world in long-ago times. Designed as a read-aloud project for parents and children to share together, The Story of the World includes each continent and major people group. Volume 2: The Middle Ages, is the second of a four-volume series and covers the major historical events in the years 400 to 1600 CE, as well as including maps, illustrations, and tales from each culture.
Each Story of the World volume provides a full year of history study when combined with the Activity Book, Audiobook, and Tests―each available separately to accompany each volume of TheStory of the World Text Book. Volume 2 Grade Recommendation: Grades 1-6. Illustrated throughout with black-and-white drawings and maps
The Teacher’s Manual is highly suggested for additional teaching support for all four years of the curriculum.
Pathway to Liberty’s Vision Statement, 4 Year Overview, and Educational Philosophy are included.
Additional Writing Sources, Word Study, Vocabulary, Devotional and Research Models are provided in the manual as well.
Have we been brainwashed about our roots? Read evidence that the writings in Genesis are more ancient than historians admit. Adam, Noah, and other eyewitnesses actually wrote these records for us. This unique course, based on Genesis 1-11, integrates the linguistic evidence and other fields of knowledge with the Bible. It clears up the fuzziness of history before Egypt. Through literature and art it reveals startling insights about giants, dragons, cherubim and other beings that the early people knew but we have lost in myth. Gives true answers to age-old questions of God, man, and the world — in order to develop the right worldview, which leads to right thinking. Includes maps, charts, timeline and full-color reproductions of ancient art. Six units with flexible uses for teens, almost teens, and the rest of the family.
A fictionalized retelling of the story of how Noah and his family followed God’s commands and built an ark to protect the animals from a great flood introduces information about creation, life in Noah’s times, and the evidence for the historical accuracy of the Biblical account.A fictionalized retelling of the story of Noah and the ark introduces information about creation, life in Noah’s times, and the evidence for the historical accuracy of the Biblical account
Learn Biblical history within the context of world events. Universal History takes the students through the Bible chronologically, highlighting the character of key individuals and placing them within the context of their culture. Spanning over events happening around the world, the students are equipped to assimilate Biblical history with world events.
Every lesson researches a scripture, reasons from a principle and makes a personal application.
The Teacher’s Guide provides the teacher with a weekly overview, notes and answer guides. Beginning with Creation-the Persian Empire, the year-long curriculum include 4 weekly lessons over a 24 week period. Every lesson is flexible and easily adjusted to student’s writing ability. Subjects include Bible, history, vocabulary, and writing. Level 1 is recommended for students K5-4th grade.