Bob Jones University Press
Heritage Studies, Grade 1
Grades: 1 to 1
Follows events in the New World from pre-Columbus days through the middle 1600s. Topics include Plymouth Plantation, trading, Native Americans, and homes and families. Teacher's Edition Contains 60 lessons, which can be completed in a semester if taught twice a week in a 20- to 30-minute lesson. Includes an alternative schedule if a year-long course is preferred. Provides 4 supplemental lessons for fun and interest. Teacher's Edition: 336 pages; reduced student pages; second edition; spiral binder. Student Text 192-page full-color softbound text. Student Notebook supports the introducing, teaching, and evaluating of lessons with maps, charts, puzzles, games, and more. Student Notebook: 98 pages; consumable.

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Score: 5/5
Friends471   (1/1/2012)
Pros: I highly recommend the Heritage Studies Program from Bob Jones Press. What a refreshing program. They re-wrote their Heritage Studies program and what an improvement and exciting revision they have to offer. My kids are constantly asking when do we get to do Heritage Studies. The Teachers Guide is absolutely an invaluable tool for me. They have so many great ideas to heighten the kids interest and make the study of our past history very interesting. I guess I could say that the have put the study of History into a very interesting story. For the first time I love our History time and whats better is, my kids can't wait for that time of the day. What a blessing Bob Jones Press is becoming to us.
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