Humans

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About 200,000 years ago, we evolved to become the most important force for change on the planet. Our knack for collective learning — preserving information, sharing it with one another, and passing it to the next generation — helps us create entirely new forms of complexity.


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K-2 World History: Volume 3 - Ancient China and Greece

Kindergarten - 2nd | Printable, Product

K-2 Core Curriculum – World History: Volume 3 – Ancient China and Greece This is Volume III of the three part K-2 Core Curriculum World History series. In this fun and interactive unit study,...

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Introduction to Ancient Greek History with Donald Kagan

High School - College | Online video/YouTube

This is an introductory course in Greek history tracing the development of Greek civilization as manifested in political, intellectual, and creative achievements from the Bronze Age to the end of...

Free

K-2 World History: Volume 1 - In the Beginning

Kindergarten - 2nd | Printable, Product

K-2 Core Curriculum – World History: Volume 1 – In the Beginning This is Volume I of the three part K-2 Core Curriculum World History series. In this fun and interactive unit study, designed to...

$15

6-8 History: Ancient Civilizations I

6th - 8th | Printable, Product

6-8 Core Curriculum – History: Ancient Civilizations I This is Volume I of the Grades 6-8 History series! Take your children on this fascinating trip back in time to explore the evolution of humans...

$15

6-8 History: Ancient Civilizations II

6th - 8th | Printable, Product

6-8 Core Curriculum – History: Ancient Civilizations II This is Volume II of the Grades 6-8 History series! Take your children on this fascinating trip back in time to explore the ancient...

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