- Trail Guide to Learning series
Trail Guide to Learning seriesHot
Four levels available:
Paths of Exploration - Follow the steps of famous explorers and pioneers across America and let geography be your guide to science, history, language skills, and the arts. The paths of the explorers are seen through multidisciplinary eyes, but always with the same goals: to make learning enjoyable, memorable, and motivating. Full year course for grades 3-5.
Paths of Settlement - Key events studied include the Colonial Period, the Revolutionary War, the war of 1812, the Civil War, and Westward Expansion. Learn about the accomplishments of great Americans such as George Washington and Patrick Henry who built upon the trial blazed by brave explorers. Their actions teach us the principles of freedom and citizenship - founding and expanding our country, strengthening us in times of war and binding us together in times of struggle. Full year course for grades 3-5, but adaptable up to grade 7.
Paths of Progress - The lives of these devoted individuals and their contributions will be examined throughout our history, into the Industrial Revolution and the beginning of the 20th century. Some key figures studied include Ben Franklin, Samuel Morse, George Washington Carver, the Wright Brothers, and Thomas Edison. Full year course for grades 5-7, but adaptable for grades 4-8.
Journeys Through the Ancient World - Journeys through the Ancient World will transport your students into four important early civilizations—Egypt, Israel, Greece, and Rome. The Bible is an essential part of this study, as both an historical and a literary text. For grades 6-8.