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History Supplemental Resource lists

AN IMPORTANT NOTE about the supplemental resources list: PLEASE preview all materials before allowing your child to read or watch them. Most of the materials suggested in these lists have been used in my own home (under my supervision) or in trusted friends’ homes (under their supervision). However, please note that I cannot be responsible for the worldview of any books or material that I did not personally write (or was not published by Master Books). Also, these are not required resources to do these history courses; they are only suggestions. Please do not feel like you have to read or watch anything or everything on every list. Choose what works for your family. 

Supplement Lists by Volume

One-Year Lesson Plans for High School Students

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    1. this is awesome, thanks Angela! I can’t wait to do Worlds History with my girls next year.

  1. Angela ~ I am so excited to start World’s Story and truly enjoy (bitter-sweetly) my last year of homeschool with my senior. I do have a book for you to check out that I think would go well with the Volume 1 Ancients for jr high or high school. It’s called Adam and His Kin by Ruth Beechick. It’s a very old homeschool “standard” read published in 1990. It is an allegorical read/paraphrase of the 1st 11 chapters of Genesis.

  2. Do we have any updates to World Story3? Is it enough to use for my upcoming 9th grade? Does anyone have a literature list that would go with it?

      1. Yes. I’m going to make the following high school credit plans for the World’s Story volumes: each volume (with suggested supplements) in 1 year (each), 2 volumes (1 & 2) in one year (in this way, all 3 can be completed in 2 years), all three volumes in 1 Year (only for advanced 11th graders & seniors).

  3. If you had to choose between one set of DVD’s as a supplement for American History, would you choose the Drive Thru History America DVD’s or The Building on the American History Series? My primary ages would be 11 and 13, but I also have a 4 and 7 yr old (less important that they get something from it). I think the Drive Thru History America DVD’s have been repackaged and are no longer a 4 disk set. Are the Foundations of Character episodes supposed to be separate from the other episodes in the Drive Thru series? I can’t seem to find them.

    1. Megan, I’m not sure how they have rearranged the episodes in the versions. Honestly, you can’t go wrong with any of these videos. I’m not sure if the Foundations of Character episodes have been renamed or something. If you can find them, I do highly recommend them.

  4. I may have missed it, but do you have a recommended geography book or course that pairs well with the World’s Story Series?

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