History/Social Studies Books
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DK Children Just Like Me
A favorite in classrooms, libraries, and homes, Children Just Like Me is a comprehensive view of international cultures, exploring diverse backgrounds from Argentina to New Zealand to China to Israel. With this brand new edition, children will learn about their peers around the world through engaging photographs and understandable text laid out in DK's distinctive style.
Highlighting 36 different countries, Children Just Like Me profiles 44 children and their daily lives. From rural farms to busy cities to riverboats, this celebration of children around the world shows the many ways children are different and the many ways they are the same, no matter where they live.
Geo-Tour II textbook grades 3-5
DK Children's Illustrated Encyclopedia
Reference book for all Ages
Covering more than 380 topics from dinosaurs to digital technology, this highly visual guide engages young readers with photographic spreads and illustrations annotated with amazing trivia. Featuring full-color photographs, maps, cutaway diagrams, charts, and more, Children's Illustrated Encyclopedia is written in a clear and child-friendly style with updates that include recent space missions, scientific breakthroughs, and the latest significant events. Children's Illustrated Encyclopedia is perfect for reports, homework, and independent research.
Spine book for Geo-Tour Curriculum.
States & Capitals Bundle
These study guides thoroughly teach the states and capitals of the United States. Each page includes a state map and room to write the state’s capital, nickname, abbreviation, and fun facts. By the end of this year-long course, students will be able to label all 50 states on a U.S. map (with the capitals). Thorough teaching instructions are included, and the Teacher's Manual includes Quizzes, tests & key. This guide is used with Don't Know much about the 50 States.
A great supplement to go along with American History studied in Grade 5 or any Middle-school age student that has not learned their states & capitals. Sample
Bundle includes: Teacher Guide, Student Study Guide, and Don't Know Much about the 50 States
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The United States Review set
This study guide will help students retain the knowledge they gained in their study of States & Capitals by reviewing each region of the U.S. four times throughout the school year. This review takes very little time and makes a great companion to Geography I: The Middle East, North Africa, and Europe
200 Questions about American History Flashcards
Grades 5-High School
Story of the World Vol. 1 Activity Book
A complete history curriculum in one book. Use this alongside the Story of the World text to flesh out the stories and history that your children are learning. Reading lists, activities, map exercises, and coloring pages give a more complete picture of life in ancient times.
Story of the World Vol. 2 Activity Book
Supplement for Story of the World volume 2 text
Designed to turn the accompanying book (The Story of the World, Vol. 2: The Middle Ages) into a complete history program, this Activity Book provides you with comprehension questions and answers, sample narrations, maps and geography activities, coloring pages, lists of additional readings in history and literature, and plenty of simple, hands-on activities.
Story of the World Vol. 4 Activity Book
Supplement for Story of the World volume 4 text
This comprehensive activity book and curriculum guide contains all you need to make history come alive for your child. Along with the accompanying book Story of the World volume 4 this Activity Book provides a complete history, geography, and literature program for one year.
American History Study Bundle by Memoria
Story of the 13 Colonies & Great Republic by H. A. Guerber textbook
200 Questions About American History & Answer Key
200 Questions About American History Flashcards
Description from Memoria:
"We have looked, and we cannot find an American history study on a grammar school level that we think rivals H. A. Guerber’s two-volume American history set from the turn of the 20th century. So, rather than settle for lesser quality, we have combined Guerber’s The Story of the Thirteen Colonies and The Great Republic into one edited volume that makes it a perfect one year survey of American history for the middle school years."
"As a supplement to Guerber's The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic, we have complied a list of 200 questions that everyone should know about American History. This little books comes with a teacher key. The questions come directly from the text and from Story of the World Volume IV.
With these books, students will get a good grounding in American History."
If you don't already have it you will want Story of the World Volume 4.
Geography I Bundle
Geography of the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe covers the area that constituted the ancient Roman Empire. Each region is explored in its historical context in “History’s Headlines,” as well as in the present in “Tour of Today.” Your student will learn countries and capitals of today and relate them to the ancient lands of the Greeks and Romans, deepening his understanding of both the past and the present.
Middle East, North Africa, & Europe
student text sample
student workbook sample
Geography II Bundle
Bundle includes: text, workbook, teacher guide, lesson plans
The Geography II set continues taking your student through the studies of the world. After completing the Geography I program, students are ready to cover areas of the world outside the Ancient Roman Empire. Each lesson includes physical features, history, and culture. Students will continue to deepen their understanding of past and present as they learn about ancient and modern countries.
Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, Oceania, & the Americas
World Geography III Bundle
- Geography III Textbook
- Geography III Student Workbook
- Geography III Teacher Guide
- Classroom Atlas
- 30 week Lesson Plans (Memoria Press)
- Geography III solidifies mapping skills and requires students to label major landforms and topography. Students will study the climate, recent history, culture, and religion of every continent. This text has many illustrations of famous landmarks, architecture, and people from around the world, and the workbook requires students to practice mapwork weekly. In addition to labeling maps, students will learn to freehand-draw each continent using the Robinson Map Project. This is a thorough world geography course that is perfect for grades 8 and up.
- NEW product, not scheduled on a manual yet.
- Grades 7- High School student text sample
Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?
popular homeschooling economics text
Scheduled in my Economics class/ 11th Grade Manual
The Uncle Eric series of books is written by Richard J. Maybury for young and old alike. Using letters to tell a story, Mr. Maybury plays the part of an economist writing a series of letters to his niece or nephew. With stories and examples, he gives interesting and clear explanations of topics that are generally thought to be too difficult for anyone but experts.
A Bluestocking Guide: Economics
Study Guide scheduled in my Economics Class/ 11th Grade Manual
The guide includes comprehension questions relating to specific chapters in Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?. These include: Definition, True/False, and Short Answer/Fill-in questions.
Answers are located in the back of the study guide.
Usborne Understanding Politics & Government
An informative guide to political systems, elections, voting and government and issues including feminism, human rights, freedom of speech and fake news, all explained with clear text and bright, infographic style illustrations. Includes tips on how to argue and debate, a glossary, and links to specially selected websites with more information.