Heroes and Heroines of the Past: American History is a thirty week history curriculum, written with grades 1-6 in mind.
A few months ago, members of the Crew reviewed Heroes and Heroines of the Past from Golden Prairie Press. In today’s giveaway, one of you will have the opportunity to win this American history curriculum by Amy Puetz!
The downloadable curriculum includes the following e-books, audio downloads, and additional materials:
Heroes and Heroines of the Past: American History Part 1 e-book (lessons for the 1st half of the year.)
Heroes and Heroines of the Past: American History Part 2 e-book (lessons for the 2nd half of the year.)
Historical Skits e-book (nineteen skits from the time of Columbus to World War II)
Sing Some History Audio Download (Hear some of the songs that are mentioned in the book)
Listen to Some U.S. History MP3 Audio Download (An audio collection of original speeches, poems, sermons, and documents that are mentioned in the book)
Additional Materials Downloads (Printable timelines, instructions and entertaining videos, color artwork, coloring pages, and much more.)
Scroll down to enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter below. But first, read what a few of our Crew members had to say about Heroes and Heroines of the Past:
From Tess @ Circling Through This Life
Heroes and Heroines of the Past Review “Since our history week is only 3 days long it took us nearly 3 weeks to get through three lessons! But we had so much fun and Supergirl is just fascinated with Columbus and the explorers.”
From Jennifer @ a glimpse of our life
Heroes and Heroines of the Past Review “Games and projects were liberally shared in the lessons. We danced the Virginia Reel with Grandmommie one afternoon when she joined us for tea. My son continues to challenge us with the “hide the thimble” game. “
From Sheila @ Manic Mom
I smiled a lot while watching my Son smile a lot while actually learning about the People who made the History Happen.
Heather @ A Nurse’s Wildflowers
I wish I had known about this before starting this last year. History would have been much easier and more interesting.
Kathy @ Kathys Cluttered Mind
Amy’s mission is to bring encouraging, uplifting, family friendly historical resources and other media to families and individuals.
Patricia @ Raising a Self Reliant Child
Her passion for American History shows through in the gentle and engaging curriculum.
Michelle @ Delightful Learning
The activities are very open ended, and author Amy Puetz (a homeschool graduate!) encourages creativity.
Alane @ Reaping a Harvest
Amy has put together a program that should meet the needs of all learning styles at the elementary level.
Dawn @ Our Little Monkeys
If you are looking for a hands-on, FUN American History curriculum for your children,Heroes and Heroines of the Past is DEFINITELY worth looking into!
Dalynn @ For the Display of His Splendor
I cannot gush enough about this program, and I had no idea it was out there!
To enter the giveaway, use the Rafflecopter below. Residents of the U. S., age 18 and older.