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The Stuff They Left Behind from the Days of the Middle Ages
$15.95 – $21.95
Awaken your children’s minds to the treasures of the world’s famous artifacts and architecture! These large, full-color photographs, along with background information and leading discussion questions, will help your students gain a deeper understanding of history. All conveniently collected and stored at your fingertips. See full description →
Let your student see history rather than just read about it!
The stuff that the ancient civilizations left behind tells a deep story. Those ancient artifacts and architecture reveal much about what life was like throughout the great eras of history. Now you can bring those ancient storytellers into your home and introduce them to your students in a focused, yet gentle way.
With The Stuff They Left Behind from the Days of the Middle Ages portfolios you can
- Enhance any history curriculum.
- View each artifact’s details in a focused, uncluttered setting.
- Gently introduce common art and architecture forms.
- Encourage personal observation and meaningful discussion.
- Help your child make connections with the people and events of the past.
This portfolio collection consists of sixteen large, full-color photographs of important artifacts and architecture. A handy booklet is included to provide Leading Thoughts with interesting background information and discussion questions. Everything comes in an attractive portfolio that will keep the era’s treasures organized and handy.
Help your children understand more of the story of history through the fascinating stuff that people who lived in the days of the Middle Ages left behind!
|Dimensions||10.25 × 13 × 0.32 in|
Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 1, Grade 12, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Middle Ages, Renaissance, Reformation & Epistles
Amber Castleberry –
All of “The Stuff They Left Behind” series are just stunning! So thankful to have this great resource to use with our Middle Ages study this year. The quality of the pictures and the information on each are such valuable tools. My kiddos are always intrigued with our SCM picture studies!
Melanie Tillman –
“Stuff They Left Behind” is one of my kids’ favorite things about our homeschool! I have used all the sets except for Early Modern, which we will use next year. I wanted to leave a review for this one in particular because I was super impressed that it didn’t just focus on Europe. You don’t often think about the cliff dwellers of Mesa Verde living at the same time as the Crusades for example, but this set brings that to life with stunning photographs! Thank you so much for bringing history alive for my children.