Who was the Sun King? Why was Peter the Great so great? What was the Trail of Tears? From 1600 to 1850, the modern nations of the world were developing---and your students are there with this engaging read-aloud story of civilization. Learn about explorations, revolutions, discoveries, and inventions on every continent and across the seven seas! Ages 6 and up. Approx. 400 pages, softcover from Peace Hill.
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Customer Reviews for Story of the World, Vol. 3: Early Modern Times, Softcover.
Review 1 for Story of the World, Vol. 3: Early Modern Times, Softcover.
Date:July 15, 2008
I love the Story of the World series. My kids are always asking for more. This is an excellent presentation of world history and I would add an unbiased account. Bauer has really done us all a great service with her easily accessible series.
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Review 2 for Story of the World, Vol. 3: Early Modern Times, Softcover.
Date:May 26, 2008
This is our second year using Story of the World - and we have really enjoyed using it! I read aloud from the book (my sister lets the littles listen to the stories on cd), and we do the review questions, and a written narration afterwards - there are tons of fun activities (dressing up, games, crafts, cooking (which seems to be the favorite so far - all the recipes have turned out really well!) - I also like the coloring sheets - even my older children color them, and they are good fine motor practice for my eldest, whose handwriting is abysmal :). We've got out a ton of great books to go along through interlibrary loan, learned a whole bunch i wasn't taught in school, and this is probably our favourite part of the homeschool day...