( Grade 3 – Age 8-10 )
It was a time of colonization, revolution, discoveries, and inventions – get ready to embark on an adventure through early modern history!
Snuggle up on the couch and enjoy great literature that your whole family will enjoy. Stowaway on the H.M.S. Endeavour with Captain Cook and sail around the world in Stowaway and explore a secret cottage in the English countryside with Mandy.
Your child will read a number of quality books this year, in a variety of genres. They’ll enjoy historical fiction like A Lion to Guard Us, non-fiction selections like George vs. George: The Revolutionary War As Seen From Both Sides, and classics like Along Came a Dog, and Les Miserables.
The science focus this year is Chemistry and Microscopy. You will learn how to use a microscope, and explore a world that could fit on the head of a pin. Later in the year your child will study the Periodic Table of Elements and conduct many experiments, including a Periodic Table project.
You and your child will explore great artists and art techniques using Discovering Great Artists as your guide. Your child will create masterpieces and learn about art techniques used by the artist that lived during the Early Modern period.
My lesson plans guide you through the school year effortlessly. Your planning is done for you so that you can spend your time on important things, like teaching your children.
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The Story of the World: History for the Classical Child, Volume 3: Early Modern Times (Spine)
The Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of World History (Spine –used in Levels 1 – 4)
A Child Through Time – Bookshop.org
Where is the Taj Mahal – Bookshop.org
You Wouldn’t Want to Be in the Great Fire of London
What Miss Mitchell Saw – Bookshop.org
Mesmerized – Bookshop.org
Out of Many Waters – Bookshop.org
Mandy – Bookshop.org
The Ghost in the Tokaido Inn – Bookshop.org
The One and Only Ivan – Bookshop.org
The Ravenmaster’s Secret: Escape From The Tower Of London
A Wish in the Dark – Bookshop.org
Stowaway – Bookshop.org
Fever 1793 – Bookshop.org
The Scarecrow and His Servant – Bookshop.org
Ban This Book – Bookshop.org
Sweep: A Girl and Her Monster – Bookshop.org
A Lion to Guard Us – Bookshop.org
Seesaw Girl – Bookshop.org
Indian Shoes – Bookshop.org
The Whipping Boy – Bookshop.org
A Grain of Rice – Bookshop.org
The Hundred Dresses – Bookshop.org
I, Juan de Pareja – Bookshop.org
Finding Wonders – Bookshop.org
Book Uncle and Me – Bookshop.org
George Vs. George – Bookshop.org
Fortunately, the Milk – Bookshop.org
Pirates (Magic Tree House Research Guide) – Bookshop.org
Les Miserables (A Stepping Stone Book)
Gooney Bird Greene – Bookshop.org
Along Came a Dog
Misty of Chincoteague – Bookshop.org
26 Fairmont Avenue – Bookshop.org
Mary and the Trail of Tears – Bookshop.org
Skunk and Badger – Bookshop.org
The Poetry of Science (Spine)
How to Think Like a Scientist: Answering Questions by the Scientific Method – Bookshop.org
Notable Notebooks: Scientists and Their Writings – Bookshop.org
What’s Smaller Than a Pygmy Shrew? – Bookshop.org
The Usborne Complete Book of the Microscope: Internet-Linked
A World in a Drop of Water: Exploring with a Microscope – Bookshop.org
The Elements Book: A Visual Encyclopedia of the Periodic Table – Bookshop.org
The Book of Ingeniously Daring Chemistry: 24 Experiments for Young Scientists – Bookshop.org
The Story of Marie Curie: A Biography Book for New Readers – Bookshop.org
Adams Atomic Adventures – Bookshop.org
The Arts: A Visual Encyclopedia (Spine for Levels 2 – 4) – Bookshop.org
Discovering Great Artists: Hands-On Art for Children in the Styles of the Great Masters (Bright Ideas for Learning) (Spine) – Bookshop.org
Why is Art Full of Naked People? (Spine) – Bookshop.org
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