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TOS Review: Easy Classical Early Modern History Schedule

As part of the TOS Crew, I was given a free copy of Easy Classical Early Modern History Schedule to review. The schedule is based on The Well-Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer and it is intended for use between K-6th. Follow these links to see more Sample History Schedule Pages and Sample Lesson Pages.

This schedule contains activities for each day of the school week for 36 weeks. Included is a list of resources a parent may purchase or check out from their local library. The topics included in the schedule are Writing, Geography, Project, Read Aloud and a historic focus (a different one each week) such as “The Massachusetts Bay Colony” in week 10 or “Lewis and Clark” in week 34.

At the bottom of the schedule are Comprehension Questions, complete with answers in blue ink and a shopping list for the following week! How convenient! Behind each week’s schedule is a Comprehension Quiz that may be given as an oral or written quiz. This is a great way to see if the students a) are listening and b) understand what they are listening to.

Overall I am impressed by this schedule and would certainly use it within my family. The convenience of the questions being on the same page as the week’s schedule is of great value to someone like myself, trying to make the most of our home school hours.

Easy Classical also carries science schedules, which I will be looking at, writing guides and copy books. Schedules that are coming soon are Old Testament and Ancient Egypt, New Testament, Greece and Rome and Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation. Currently the Early Modern History Schedule is available in two formats. The Digital Download is $29.95 and the Notebook is $35.95.

Take a look around the website and you’re likely to find something that will help in your classical home educating family!

I was given a free copy of this product in exchange for my honest review.

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