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Draw and Write Through History: The Vikings, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance Paperback – May 20, 2008
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Carylee Gressman is a homeschooling mother of seven. She has thirteen years of homeschooling experience, a college background in teaching, and a love for history.
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Each of the 5 sections has several pictures to draw with step by step instructions. Then a page of cursive copy work. The pictures are very detailed and beautiful. The copy work is a short historical report.
The books are written by a pastor's wife and the copy work has some Christian references. Other books in the series include biblical history.
Works great with the classical approach, Well Trained Mind, unit study, Story of the World, History Odyssey and Charlotte Mason methods as well as any other methods where you want to combine history, handwriting, and art.
This has a bibliography in the back so you could easily make a history unit or unit study out of it.
Sections include: The Vikings, Middle Ages, China/Japan, and Renaissance. Color illustrations. 60+ pages.
More books in the series are:
Draw and Write Through History (Creation through Jonah, Volume 1)
Draw and Write Through History: Greece and Rome (#2)
The Vikings, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance
Draw Write Now, Book 3: Native Americans, North America, Pilgrims (Draw-Write-Now)- The World of the 1800's
Draw and Write Through History: The 20th Century
I also like the summaries of history. My 2nd graders aren't quite ready to copy them out yet, since we haven't started cursive, but I think we'll use it later.
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This book is fun for us to work on together.