A Living History of Our World: America's Story Student Journal by Angela O'Dell. The Civil War through 1900.
Children learn better and retain more when they take the time to do notebook pages about what they are learning. Our studies take on a new tone as they look back over their notebooks which have accumulated over the year.
In this companion journal to A Living History of Our World, America's Story: Volume 2, you will find the following types of pages to help your child make the most of his history lessons:
Draw/write pages: These are pages which have journaling lines and spaces to draw (or paste pictures) in. On many of these pages, there are optional, deeper research ideas for older children, copywork sections and/or pictures to color.
Special project pages: Also scattered through the journal are special project pages. These will involve turning to the "Special Project Pages" section starting on page 114 and locating the corresponding chapter number. The pages in this section have the cut-and-glue projects needed to complete your journal page.
Written Narration pages: These pages are included for the older child who would like a place to write about their history chapter.
Timeline: Timeline characters for each chapter are provided in the "Timeline Characters and Instructions" section starting on page 144. There are detailed instructions for creating a fun and usable timeline which will help your child narrate their way through our story of history.
A Special Book for our young friends: These pages are meant to be cut apart and assembled into a small book with spaces for your child to write a weekly prayer for their country. (Instructions are included.)
Recommended for children ages 6-13. One student journal per child is needed since these are consumable. Paperback. Limited supplies on hand, so get your copy today. No backorders available.