What Your Child Needs to Know About History!

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It's imperative for your child's character to learn the truth about American History!

Growing up I thought history was boring. Who cares what happened a gazillion years ago?

 Even back then, I thought memorizing a timeline was pointless.

Today I have the same opinion regarding memorizing a timeline of events as I did when I was 12. It’s pointless unless you know why the event was significant and how it led up to the historical events today.

After studying history from a Christian perspective, I have a new love in life.

HIStory!

Without studying history form a Christian perspective, it’s impossible to see the big picture.

I share What Your Child Needs to Know About American History in this short video

 

Nuts and Bolts of Dave Raymond’s American History Curriculum

My older children and I have been mesmorized in the Dave Raymond’s American History Curriculum by Compass Classroom for the last 4 weeks. It’s absolutely fascinating and really goes into depth about how history is really about HIStory and not men’s efforts. God had a hand in American and still does.

What Every Child Needs to Know About American History!

  • Comprehensive United States history program that includes character, events, theology, literature, art, and religious belief of the nation.
  • A year-long history curriculum geared for ages 12 and up.
  • Available as DVD or download.
  • All lessons include a teacher and student reader making it very easy to prepare.

My children love HIStory!

How Dave Raymond’s American History Curriculum Part 1 Works Each Day

  • Each day my children watch the 10 minute lecture type video. My 9 year old loves to view the lessons too. He’s a history buff.
  • My children are encouraged to take notes during the lecture. This is an important aspect of Dave Raymond’s teaching style.
  • The children are assigned readings from a primary source each day and they read independently after lecture.
  • Children are to turn in their given assignment the following day at class time while we discuss.
  • I have assigned and discussed the semester suggested projects that are due at the end of the semester .

Teaching HIStory with Primary Sources is important!

What We Love About  Dave Raymond’s American History Curriculum Part 1 

  • All lessons stress God’s providence and redempton and not on men’s efforts.
  • A year long notebook and other projects are suggested making the knowledge their own.
  • Note taking is stressed and is excellent practice for the college years.
  • All Lessons concentrate more on historical figures characters and how they have impacted the nation rather than memorizing dull facts.
  • Dave Raymond’s passion for history really rubs off on the children.

Dave Raymond’s American History is a compliment to my older children’s education. It’s taught from a Christian perspective that makes the children think instead of filling their minds with confusing facts. It’s comprehensive and doesn’t require any supplemental material.

 Win Dave Raymond’s American History Curriculum

Compass Classroom is giving away (1) Dave Raymond’s American History Curriculum Part 1 . It is retailed at 60.00. I will be picking a random winner on May16th at 12 AM.  All entries will be verified. Winners will be contacted via email and must respond within 48 hours or another winner will be chosen.

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Comments

  1. The student reader.

  2. Modern Parables looks interesting!

  3. Jennifer says:

    DVD

  4. Nancy Bram says:

    We love poetry and history. Both the Grammar of Poetry and Dave Raymond’s American History look very interesting.

  5. Stephanie Malone says:

    The History set!

  6. stevie says:

    Modern Parables and this American History curriculum. Thank you for the chance! Blessings.

  7. Julie K. says:

    The DVD!!!!!

  8. Lindsey Findley says:

    American History

  9. Judith Martinez says:

    I think the poetry curriculum looks interesting.

  10. The video clips sound great!

  11. Ildiko says:

    I already have their latin curriculum which I really like. I really like their other products. Really well done and interesting.

  12. Brenda S says:

    Dave R’s American History

  13. The student reader. Thanks for the opportunity!

  14. Krista Lambert says:

    The American History!

  15. The student reader.

  16. I am interested in American History from a christian perspective and the DVDs would make very interesting. I have a 12 year old. We’d love to try this out.

  17. Brenda says:

    The DVD looks interesting. Dave sounds like a lively teacher, speaker.

  18. Sharon Normark says:

    Most interesting… American History. Visual Latin is a very close 2nd. 🙂
    AND… if my son was just a tad older Film Making would be near the top of the list!

  19. The Economics and the History both look interesting. The Economics looks like a fun way to teach what can be a dull subject. The History looks like it is also brought to life in a way that would interest my children.

  20. Jessica Medina says:

    I love all the options they have!

  21. All of it looks great but I’m thinking the DVD would be pretty interesting.

  22. Sally W says:

    The American History DVDs look great!

  23. Amanda Wurdeman says:

    I think the history and the poetry/grammar look great!

  24. elizabeth says:

    this seems great.

  25. I love the Latin! Would love to try it for our Classical education at home.

  26. Filmmaking

  27. We love the Visual Latin, I have (but haven’t yet watched the Economics), but I have been interested in the History program…oh, and my kids LOVE JAM films!

  28. The Visual Latin and this history program. Thank you for the giveaway.

  29. Shannon Rice says:

    The DavieRaymond’s American History looks wonderful!

  30. This would be fantastic to use with my mentally challenged son who loves history.

    Thank you for the chance to win it.

  31. We really enjoy history at our house, so we always appreciate different ways of learning it.

  32. Tracey M. says:

    The American History Curriculum and the Modern Parables looks most interesting to me. I would love to try out the history. Thank you for the chance to win!

  33. Katrina says:

    I am very interested in the American History. My husband and O have been talking about using Mystery of History but I’m not certain it covers American history. I’ll definitely be keeping this in mind…

  34. The Greek history would go well with what we are currently studying.

  35. Michelle says:

    I Love American History!! This sounds like a great curriculum because I too believe its about HIStory.

  36. The American History looks great! I love the downloads from the website. Also, I am going to keep watching for their Word Up! release. Thank you, I had not heard of this company.

  37. American History! This would be a wonderful addition to our studies! Thank you!

  38. I like the Econcomics for Everybody

  39. American history!!! Looks awesome

  40. Tamarah says:

    The American history! I have a 9 year old who loves history!

  41. Fun fact! Most of the Founding Fathers weren’t strictly Christian, and even Thomas Jefferson doubted the legitimacy of Jesus Christ. These men were part of deism and rejected religious authority and texts like the Bible.

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