Monday, January 10, 2011

Easy Classical Review

We actually follow a somewhat Classical Method of learning, so I was interested to read more about Easy Classical when I received the Early Modern Age History Schedule.

Easy Classical provides schedules and curriculum resources for those who are interested in teaching the Classical method.  The Early Modern Age History schedule includes 36-week long, day-by-day schedules.  This particular schedule is split up into the following sections:  Explorers, 13 Colonies, Colonial America, Road to Independence, and Revolution.  Here you can see a sample of the introduction pages

Also included with the schedule, as well as online, are the curriculum choices to go along with the schedule.  Here you can see the curriculum list

Each week the headings in the schedule are highlighted in blue.  So for instance, the first week covers America Before She Got Her Name, Writing, Geography, a project, and a read aloud book, as well as comprehension questions and a quiz.  Here you can see a sample of the first three weeks of schedule pages.

My Thoughts:  I think the schedule is very well thought out and put together nicely.  I do think, that considering it includes history, geography, reading, writing, and a project, there is a lot to complete.  For those students who are also working on other subjects, some tweaking may be needed with the schedule.  I do like the curriculum choices they give and it is great to have a list of resources like this all laid out.

Find Out More:  The Early Modern History Schedule is available in a notebook version for $35.95 or a digital version for $29.95.  You can purchase either and learn more about them HERE.

My Crewmates are also reviewing The Early Modern History Schedule, so you can check out what they think HERE.

Disclosure: This product was given to Our Homeschool Reviews for free for review purposes, and I do not have to return the product to the vendor. I have received no compensation from it and all opinions and experiences within this review are my own.


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