Once your child has completed his or her primary education, you’ll have to seek curriculum for homeschool that covers History in greater detail. Your child is ready to face a bigger challenge when learning, and myWorld History is there to provide it. This middle school curriculum bundle breaks the barrier between History as a living thing and the subject as it’s presented on paper. Not only will your child learn relevant dates over the course of the program, he or she will also experience the stories that make up the entirety of History.
myWorld History provides you and your child with project-based activities and interesting tales that take you on a journey through time. Your child will get to read about other people who lived all over the world and in different time periods, helping the lesson resonate. With all the engaging content provided by myWorld History, your child will develop a strong knowledge of History and the cultures of which it is comprised. Ideally, such exposure to different cultures will help your child become more empathetic and a better critical thinker.
Furthermore, each chapter of myWorld History kicks off with an Essential Question. This question guides your child through the material, causing him or her to analyze the lesson’s content as he or she progress through the chapter. Your child will have to ask questions and search for answers while addressing the Essential Question. Stories, activities, games, the student journal and projects relate back to the Essential Question, the main idea of the chapter.
The myWorld History curriculum for homeschooling is the next step after the myWorld Social Studies series and can be used before or after myWorld Geography. The Bundle includes the Student Edition, Student Journal, Student Journal Answer Key and Parent Guide materials. The content in each lifts History off the page to keep your child engaged in the learning process. myWorld History proves that homeschool is full of exciting experiences and invaluable lessons.
For more information about the specific materials included in myWorld History, visit the Features and Benefits page.