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The Biblioplan Cool History for Upper Middles: Medieval History, Medieval and Church History from the Fall of Rome to the Renaissance resource is a component of the Biblioplan Medieval History course and provides students with weekly worksheets based on the lessons in the Companion spine. As this course is designed to be used with multiple ages, this Upper Middles workbook is intended for Grades 6-8; there are also levels available for Littles (Grades K-2), Middles (Grades 2-6), and Advanced (Grades 8-12) (each sold-separately).
A full year of weekly lesson worksheets are provided (1-2 worksheets per week), which feature short-answer questions with an optional bonus question or activity that calls for research outside of the Companion. Six history tests, one for each unit of study, are also included.
Spiralbound paperback. Pages are reproducible for in-family use only.
BiblioPlan is a four-year classical Christian history curriculum (Ancient History, Medieval History, Early Modern History, and Modern History) that's designed to be used with multiple ages.
Number of Pages: 86
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