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Notgrass History

Quickly and easily add your homeschooling favorite Notgrass History curriculum to your schedule with these publisher-created lesson plans for use with Homeschool Planet. Notgrass History curriculum presents the people, themes, and events of history, American government, and economics from a Christian perspective in an engaging and readable format with emphasis on original documents and speeches that help make history come to life.

Exploring World Geography by Ray Notgrass is a one-year high school course that describes and explains the world God created. Students will learn about mankind's interaction with the world both in the past and in the present.

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  • 150 days of publisher created lesson plans, covering Bible memorization, reading, vocabulary, timeline placement, creative writing, and workbook and review lessons along with weekly family activities.
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Lesson Plans

Notgrass All Lesson Plan Bundle - BEST VALUE!!!  For Grades 5 - 12

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Lesson plans included in this bundle.

Notgrass: Our 50 States For Grades 1-4
Notgrass: Our start Spangled History For Grades 1-4
Notgrass: Uncle Sam and You For Grades 5 - 8
Notgrass: From Adam to Us For Grades 5 - 8
Notgrass: America the Beautiful (2011 ed.) For Grades 5 - 8
Notgrass: America the Beautiful (2021 ed.) For Grades 5 - 8
Notgrass: Exploring World Geography For Grades 9 - 12
Notgrass: Exploring World History For Grades 9 - 12
Notgrass: Exploring America For Grades 9 - 12
Notgrass: Exploring Government For Grades 9 - 12
Notgrass: Exploring Economics For Grades 9 - 12

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Notgrass Elementary Lesson Plan Bundle  For Grades 1 - 4

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Our 50 States by Mary Evelyn McCurdy is a one-year introduction to U.S. geography designed for students in grades one through four. It features a section on each of the 50 states plus Washington, D.C., and the U.S. territories. The curriculum features simple lessons with easy-to-follow instructions, full-color photographs and illustrations, engaging supplemental activities, and one historic song for each state available to stream or download. Students complete their own student atlas as part of the course.

To use our affiliate link and go directly to the curriculum Our 50 States - Elementary U.S. Geography Curriculum which this lesson plan was created for simply select the blue title found in this sentence!

Our Star-Spangled Story by Charlene Notgrass, Bethany Poore, and Mary Evelyn McCurdy is a one-year American history survey for students in grades one through four. The course discusses topics from the time of native peoples in North America at the time of European exploration and settlement into the 21st century. The curriculum features simple lessons with easy-to-follow instructions, full-color photographs and illustrations, and engaging supplemental activities. Star-Spangled Rhythms and Rhymes is a collection of poems, songs, and dances from throughout American history that students read as assignments. You also get access to audio recordings of the collection to stream or download. Students also complete other assignments, including those involving a timeline and a student workbook.

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Notgrass: Our 50 States  For Grades 1 - 4

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Our 50 States by Mary Evelyn McCurdy is a one-year introduction to U.S. geography designed for students in grades one through four. It features a section on each of the 50 states plus Washington, D.C., and the U.S. territories. The curriculum features simple lessons with easy-to-follow instructions, full-color photographs and illustrations, engaging supplemental activities, and one historic song for each state available to stream or download. Students complete their own student atlas as part of the course.

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Notgrass: Our Star Spangled Story  For Grades 1 - 4

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Our Star-Spangled Story by Charlene Notgrass, Bethany Poore, and Mary Evelyn McCurdy is a one-year American history survey for students in grades one through four. The course discusses topics from the time of native peoples in North America at the time of European exploration and settlement into the 21st century. The curriculum features simple lessons with easy-to-follow instructions, full-color photographs and illustrations, and engaging supplemental activities. Star-Spangled Rhythms and Rhymes is a collection of poems, songs, and dances from throughout American history that students read as assignments. You also get access to audio recordings of the collection to stream or download. Students also complete other assignments, including those involving a timeline and a student workbook.

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Notgrass Middle School Lesson Plan Bundle  For Grades 5 - 8

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This plan is for the new 2021 edition.

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From Adam to Us by Ray and Charlene Notgrass is a one-year survey of world history designed for students in grades five through eight. The lessons cover topics from Creation to the 21st century in chronological order. Each weekly unit includes five kinds of lessons: Our World Story, Daily Life, God’s Wonder, World Biography, and World Landmark. In each unit, the lessons are set in different parts of the world during a particular time period. The daily lessons are written in a narrative style and richly illustrated with color photographs and maps. The assigned works of literature are set in specific places and time periods to coordinate with the history lessons. Primary sources, literature, and hands-on activities help the student connect with the history in a personal way. Students complete a variety of other assignments, including vocabulary, creative writing, and Bible study. The curriculum includes a map book, a timeline, and an anthology of original sources, all of which are assigned throughout the course.

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Uncle Sam and You by Ray and Charlene Notgrass is a one-year course on American civics and government for students in grades five through eight. The curriculum guides the student on an engaging tour of our country to learn about elected leaders and everyday citizens who fill important roles in making our country work. It covers elections, what public officials do, how government agencies function, and the other topics listed below. One lesson in each unit focuses on a patriotic holiday and suggests a family activity to help the student appreciate the meaning of that holiday. The curriculum includes an anthology of stories and original sources that are assigned throughout the course. Other assignments include vocabulary, creative projects, and short writing assignments. The eight assigned works of literature teach students about individuals who have helped our country and times when communities work together to accomplish a goal.

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Notgrass: America the Beautiful (2021 Ed.)  For Grades 5 - 8

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This plan is for the new 2021 edition.

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Notgrass: America the Beautiful (2011 ed.)  For Grades 5 - 8

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America the Beautiful by Charlene Notgrass is a one-year chronological survey of American history, geography, and literature for students in grades five through eight. The weekly units cover subjects from native tribes in North America before European exploration and settlement to the 21st century. Each unit has five lessons covering these topics: Our American Story, An American Biography, God’s Wonder, An American Landmark, and Daily Life. The student reads ten works of American literature while they are studying the time period in which each book is set. The curriculum includes an anthology of original sources, a map book, and a timeline, in each of which the student completes regular assignments. Students complete a variety of other assignments, including vocabulary, creative writing, and Bible study. Hands-on activities help the student connect with the history in a personal way.

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Notgrass: From Adam to Us  For Grades 5 - 8

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From Adam to Us by Ray and Charlene Notgrass is a one-year survey of world history designed for students in grades five through eight. The lessons cover topics from Creation to the 21st century in chronological order. Each weekly unit includes five kinds of lessons: Our World Story, Daily Life, God’s Wonder, World Biography, and World Landmark. In each unit, the lessons are set in different parts of the world during a particular time period. The daily lessons are written in a narrative style and richly illustrated with color photographs and maps. The assigned works of literature are set in specific places and time periods to coordinate with the history lessons. Primary sources, literature, and hands-on activities help the student connect with the history in a personal way. Students complete a variety of other assignments, including vocabulary, creative writing, and Bible study. The curriculum includes a map book, a timeline, and an anthology of original sources, all of which are assigned throughout the course.

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Notgrass: Uncle Sam and You  For Grades 5 - 8

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Uncle Sam and You by Ray and Charlene Notgrass is a one-year course on American civics and government for students in grades five through eight. The curriculum guides the student on an engaging tour of our country to learn about elected leaders and everyday citizens who fill important roles in making our country work. It covers elections, what public officials do, how government agencies function, and the other topics listed below. One lesson in each unit focuses on a patriotic holiday and suggests a family activity to help the student appreciate the meaning of that holiday. The curriculum includes an anthology of stories and original sources that are assigned throughout the course. Other assignments include vocabulary, creative projects, and short writing assignments. The eight assigned works of literature teach students about individuals who have helped our country and times when communities work together to accomplish a goal.

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Notgrass High School Lesson Plan Bundle  For Grades 9 - 12

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Exploring World History by Ray Notgrass is a one-year survey of world history from Creation to the 21st Century for students in grades nine through twelve. The course discusses civilizations from around the world. A special emphasis is placed on key events, key ideas, key persons, and everyday life in various time periods of world history. The student reads a significant number of original documents and speeches in the anthology In Their Words while studying the narrative of lessons. The student reads classic works of world literature including novels, short stories, devotional literature, plays, theological essays, biographies, memoirs, poetry, and hymns. Emphasis is placed on how the literature reflects the historical settings of the works. The student also has a weekly assignment of either an essay or another kind of creative project. The course also includes an overview of the Bible and Bible history, including both its message of faith and how it complements our understanding of history.

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Exploring America by Ray Notgrass is a one-year survey of American history for students in grades nine through twelve. The student will study American history from the time of the native peoples and first European explorers to the 21st century. The course discusses events, issues, and policies on the national level, especially involving the federal government, as well as developments in American culture. It places special emphasis on the experience of Black Americans. The student will read a significant number of original documents and speeches while studying the narrative of lessons. The student will read twelve classic works, including novels and autobiographies. The student will also read a collection of essays, poetry, and hymns. How the literature reflects the historical settings of the works is a particular emphasis. The student also has a weekly assignment of either an essay or another kind of creative project. The student will examine developments and movements in American religious history, from the role of religion in the founding of the colonies to contemporary moral and spiritual issues such as abortion and evolution. Topical Bible studies bring Biblical teachings to bear on the historical issues discussed.

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Exploring World Geography by Ray Notgrass is a one-year survey of physical geography and human geography—how humans in historical and contemporary times have interacted with geography. The student reads lessons about the geography and culture of different parts of the world, answers review questions, completes map skills assignments, reads historical documents, and takes a geography quiz every unit and a geography exam every five units. The student completes a project for each unit, reads 12 works of literature and the literary analysis for each, answers questions on each book, and completes a literature exam every five units. The student learns what worldview is, the elements of a worldview, how we develop a worldview, common worldviews in our world, and how a person’s worldview makes a difference in how that person lives. The student explores how the Bible uses geography to teach important spiritual lessons, answers review questions, and completes a worldview exam every five units.

To use our affiliate link and go directly to the curriculum Exploring Government which this lesson plan was created for simply select the blue title found in this sentence!

Exploring Economics by Ray Notgrass is a one-semester course for students in grades nine through twelve. The student will receive an introduction to Biblical teaching related to economics, economics in church history, and the economic history of the United States. The student will then explore the basics of macroeconomics and microeconomics (primarily the former), learning about markets, money, trade, business organization, and labor. The student will also learn how government is involved in the economy and look at modern economic challenges. The student will read a significant number of original source documents and essays about economics while studying the lessons.

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Notgrass: Exploring World Geography  For Grades 9 - 12

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Exploring World Geography High School Curriculum

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Notgrass: Exploring World History  For Grades 9 - 12

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Exploring World History by Ray Notgrass is a one-year survey of world history from Creation to the 21st Century for students in grades nine through twelve. The course discusses civilizations from around the world. A special emphasis is placed on key events, key ideas, key persons, and everyday life in various time periods of world history. The student reads a significant number of original documents and speeches in the anthology In Their Words while studying the narrative of lessons. The student reads classic works of world literature including novels, short stories, devotional literature, plays, theological essays, biographies, memoirs, poetry, and hymns. Emphasis is placed on how the literature reflects the historical settings of the works. The student also has a weekly assignment of either an essay or another kind of creative project. The course also includes an overview of the Bible and Bible history, including both its message of faith and how it complements our understanding of history.

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Notgrass: Exploring America  For Grades 9 - 12

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Exploring America by Ray Notgrass is a one-year survey of American history for students in grades nine through twelve. The student will study American history from the time of the native peoples and first European explorers to the 21st century. The course discusses events, issues, and policies on the national level, especially involving the federal government, as well as developments in American culture. It places special emphasis on the experience of Black Americans. The student will read a significant number of original documents and speeches while studying the narrative of lessons. The student will read twelve classic works, including novels and autobiographies. The student will also read a collection of essays, poetry, and hymns. How the literature reflects the historical settings of the works is a particular emphasis. The student also has a weekly assignment of either an essay or another kind of creative project. The student will examine developments and movements in American religious history, from the role of religion in the founding of the colonies to contemporary moral and spiritual issues such as abortion and evolution. Topical Bible studies bring Biblical teachings to bear on the historical issues discussed.

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Notgrass: Exploring Government  For Grades 9 - 12

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Exploring World Geography by Ray Notgrass is a one-year survey of physical geography and human geography—how humans in historical and contemporary times have interacted with geography. The student reads lessons about the geography and culture of different parts of the world, answers review questions, completes map skills assignments, reads historical documents, and takes a geography quiz every unit and a geography exam every five units. The student completes a project for each unit, reads 12 works of literature and the literary analysis for each, answers questions on each book, and completes a literature exam every five units. The student learns what worldview is, the elements of a worldview, how we develop a worldview, common worldviews in our world, and how a person’s worldview makes a difference in how that person lives. The student explores how the Bible uses geography to teach important spiritual lessons, answers review questions, and completes a worldview exam every five units.

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Notgrass: Exploring Economics  For Grades 9 - 12

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Exploring Economics by Ray Notgrass is a one-semester course for students in grades nine through twelve. The student will receive an introduction to Biblical teaching related to economics, economics in church history, and the economic history of the United States. The student will then explore the basics of macroeconomics and microeconomics (primarily the former), learning about markets, money, trade, business organization, and labor. The student will also learn how government is involved in the economy and look at modern economic challenges. The student will read a significant number of original source documents and essays about economics while studying the lessons.

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