We’re pleased to announce that the newly revised Second Edition of Matthew through Acts & Ancient Rome is now available, along with another new geography notebook, Visits to Europe!
The daily lesson plans in Matthew through Acts & Ancient Rome, Second Edition, feature some wonderful new books, expanded assignments for the older students (for more high school credit), and our new geography notebook, Visits to Europe.
Visits to Europe is the third notebook in our new geography series. With short map drills, guided readings from two fascinating living geography books—Material World and Hungry Planet: What the World Eats,—leading narration and discussion questions, meaningful map studies, plus lots of ideas for additional living books and activities, you are sure to enjoy these visits to various regions of the world: Africa, the Middle East, and now, Europe! (And more Visits to . . . notebooks are planned for next year!)
Both Matthew through Acts & Ancient Rome, Second Edition, and the Visits to Europe geography notebook are available at special introductory pricing through July 25.
And don’t forget that the special pricing on Joshua through Malachi & Ancient Greece, Second Edition, and our new Visits to the Middle East geography notebook is still good through today, July 11. So for a small window of opportunity, you will be able to get all four new releases at special pricing. Don’t delay!
Keeping History, Geography, and Bible Simple
The Joshua through Malachi & Ancient Greece and the Matthew through Acts & Ancient Rome studies are part of our six-year history rotation. With our six lesson plan books, you can combine all your children for history, geography, and Bible for grades 1–12. Go through all six books and you will cover the entire Bible, learn history from ancient to modern times, and study all the main regions of the world!
Genesis through Deuteronomy & Ancient Egypt
Joshua through Malachi & Ancient Greece
Matthew through Acts & Ancient Rome
Middle Ages, Renaissance, Reformation & Epistles
Early Modern & Epistles
Modern Times & Epistles, Revelation
These Charlotte Mason-style lesson plans
- Make history come alive through living books and Bible readings.
- Help your students listen attentively and recall what was read by narrating.
- Connect geography to the people who lived there—both past and present.
- Challenge older students with interesting additional reading and writing assignments.
- Keep things simple by providing helpful reminders of upcoming resources, teaching tips, and Book of Centuries entries.
Plus, you can reuse the lesson plans again and again. Because book suggestions are given for every grade level, you can take your children through the six-year cycle more than once, reading different living books at each pass.
Our six-book series will help you keep History, Geography, and Bible simple!