Heritage Studies 1 Student Text is a colorful, easy-to-read presentation of social studies that integrates civics, culture, economics, geography, and history. Beginning with the framework of God’s redemptive plan, the book includes an age-appropriate study of civics and government and then covers United States history from Native Americans to the Plymouth Colony—all from the perspective of a Christian worldview. The final chapter contrasts the past and the present, noting changes that have taken place in the way we live. Each chapter includes a poem, eye-catching artwork, maps, graphs, and photos, quick-check questions, and an extended hands-on activity to enhance learning.
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Heritage Studies 1 Student Text (3rd ed.) is rated
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Really like how this book starts with the Family and then out from thereI appreciate that this book starts with your Family, then community, then city, then state, then nation, then international. I feel that really works well with young children- to go from what they know and then expand out from there. Other books start with the World and then eventually get closer to home, but I think younger kids would have greater understanding with it explained the way this book does. I have recommended this book to 2 or 3 other homeschool Families that have similar age children.
Date published: 2015-04-28
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BJU Heritage Studies 1BJU has created a great tool for the Christian School Curriculum to use. They have included textbooks, work pages, activity ideas, and pre-made tests. It is easy for students and teachers to use.