Brooke: I see you made it here! Re: About your History for n

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  1. TinaTx

    TinaTx New Member

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    I haven't checked abcteach but I think we can just pick up here where we left off...

    If you get Susan Wise Bauer's Story of the World (SOTW) Kingfisher and Usborne you will be set. I will be using all three for my spine this next year. Except of course, I have SOTW Volume 2 for the renaisance/reformation periods.

    Does that help any?
     
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  3. Brooke

    Brooke New Member

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    Thanks for picking this up again....I can't get to abcteach today and I thought it would be a few more days before it disappeared.

    Anyway, I am definitely going to get a new copy of TWTM along with the above mentioned books. I tend to unschool, but I love the suggested resources and the insight in what I read of TWTM last year.

    You are probably one to ask also about teaching Greek and Latin roots and such.....isn't there are a game for that? I would like to have it on hand.
     

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