Select a History time period for the whole family to study together.
Each study includes history, geography, and Bible. Start anywhere you like and continue in chronological order from there. Each study is designed to last one year.
& Ancient Egypt
& Ancient Greece
& Ancient Rome
|Middle Ages, Renaissance,|
Reformation & Epistles
& Epistles, Revelation
If you are just starting out, you may want to start at the beginning of history with Genesis. If your children have already studied a time period, feel free to pick up from there and move forward in subsequent years. Also, keep in mind that if you are starting with high school students headed for college, they will most likely need to cover Early Modern and Modern history before graduating.
Once you finish Modern Times, start over again with Genesis. Over the course of 12 years, your child will cover each time period twice, using each one’s older-level books when he is in the older grades.
We use a six-year history rotation because we want to emphasize Bible history alongside world history; therefore, we spread the ancient civilizations over three years so you’re not rushing through Genesis to Acts in one year.