Effortlessly add Pandia Press History curriculum to your homeschooling day with these complete lesson plans including embedded curriculum study guides for use with your Homeschool Planet subscription.
The History Quest: Early Times and Middle Times, lesson plans for Homeschool Planet contain everything you need for a full year’s history curriculum for elementary-age children. Each weekly unit takes a chapter of the narrative history series, History Quest: Early Times or History Quest: Middle Times and turns it into a robust unit study with a week’s worth of engaging activities. Your student will gain a broad and deep understanding of early civilizations through readings, geography activities, discussions, writing assignments, coloring pages, crafts, and more. Also included throughout the curriculum are four weeks of warm and cozy ancient literature study, where parents and students snuggle up together to enjoy time-honored tales from four ancient civilizations across the world. The History Quest: Early Times Study Guide or History Quest: Middle Times Study Guide is your child’s first step in a lifelong quest to explore and appreciate history. The entire History Quest: Early Times Study Guide or Middle Times Study Guide includes a lesson plan with an embedded curriculum for ease of use as well as simple scheduling, tracking, and grade keeping.
History Odyssey, Level 2: Ancients (Rev. Ed.), Middle Ages, Early Modern or Modern Learning becomes more independent in Level Two. Students depend less on the teacher and more on the instructions in the lessons. Investigating different ideas and viewpoint, analyzing their findings, and logically constructing conclusions hones your student’s critical thinking skills. Learning how to read complicated writings, take notes, and organize ideas in outline form prepares your student for high school and college courses.
History Odyssey, Level 3: Ancients (Rev. Ed.) Sharpen the skills of effective or persuasive speaking or writing through essays, research papers, and discussion. Investigate primary sources, analyze their contents, and develop ideas about what happened throughout history—just like a historian. Read historical fiction, biographies, and relevant classic literature to get a more complete view of the period.
A lesson plan only version of each plan is also available for those who already own the curriculum.