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From: ColleenH (
Subject:         Re: history curriculum with activities?
Date: July 1, 2006 at 7:54 am PST

In Reply to: history curriculum with activities? posted by Brande G on June 24, 2006 at 10:42 am:

We also have used Mystery of History and have loved it. It has 3 lessons to read each week and there are activities following each lesson (grouped according to age). Last year we did BiblioPlan and really enjoyed that, too, but it does not include activities. So, for this coming year, I think we are going to combine MOH 2 with literature.
By the way, MOH also incorporates timeline work which we did on Fridays. It was light and fun- a good way to end the week in history.

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