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Teaching History, K-12


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This is the program we plan to use for teaching History, we wont be starting for a few years since we are focusing on the Bible curriculum right now, but I am looking forward to reading our way through history. Visit Her website to learn more about how to use her guide. This book is organized Chronologically & by age, then Geographical & by age. With a wide selection of books in each age group, parents can choose the books that best fit their children and style.

"All Through the Ages" by Christine Miller

From the Publisher:
guide for teaching and learning history using literature rather than textbooks. Textbooks make history boring, but history is full of excitement, adventure, and heart-wrenching drama. Bring the “story” back into “history” by using this exhaustive guide to over 7000 of the best in quality historical narratives, historical fiction, literature, and “living books”! With nothing more than a library card, parents or educators can effectively teach their children both World and American history using this guide. It doesn’t matter whether the children are pre-readers or college-bound seniors; books of every reading level are included for every era, from picture books and beginning readers through the great books of Western Civilization.

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