1. Early Modern Times. Vol. 3 - The Story of the World
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    Early Modern Times. Vol. 3 - The Story of the World
    Susan Wise Bauer
    Well-Trained Mind Press / Trade Paperback
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    5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Story of the World Volume 3 Early Modern Times: From Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners
    June 22, 2018
    Kathy
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Story of the World Volume 3 Early Modern Times: From Elizabeth the First to the First Forty Niners is authored by Susan Wise Bauer. She is the co-author of "The Well Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home."

    Story of the World Volume 3 Early Modern Times is the third volume of the four volume Story of the World book set. The book is divided into forty-two chapters which are comprised of the following:

    Introduction:

    Ch. 1 A World of Empires

    Ch. 2 Protestant Rebellions

    Ch. 3 James, King of Two Countries

    Ch. 4 Searching for the Northwest Passage

    Ch. 5 Warlords of Japan

    Ch. 6 New Colonies in the New World

    Ch. 7 The Spread of Slavery

    Ch. 8 The Middle East

    Ch. 9 The Western War

    Ch. 10 Far East of Europe

    Ch. 11 The Moghul Emperors of India

    Ch. 12 Battle, Fire, and Plague in England

    Ch. 13 The Sun King

    Ch. 14 The Rise of Prussia

    Ch. 15 A New World Conflict

    Ch. 16 The West

    Ch. 17 Russia Looks West

    Ch. 18 East and West Collide

    Ch. 19 The English in India

    Ch. 20 The Imperial East

    Ch. 21 Fighting Over North America

    Ch. 22 Revolution!

    Ch. 23 The New Country

    Ch. 24 Sailing South

    Ch. 25 Revolution Gone Sour

    Ch. 26 Catherine the Great

    Ch. 27 A Changing World

    Ch. 28 China and the Rest of the World

    Ch. 29 The Rise of Boneparte

    Ch. 30 Freedom in the Caribbean

    Ch. 31 A Different Kind of Rebellion

    Ch. 32 The Opened West

    Ch. 33 The End of Napoleon

    Ch. 34 Freedom for South America

    Ch. 35 Mexican Independence

    Ch. 36 The Slave Trade Ends

    Ch. 37 Troubled Africa

    Ch. 38 American Tragedies

    Ch. 39 China Adrift

    Ch. 40 Mexico and Her Neighbor

    Ch. 41 New Zealand and Her Rulers

    Ch. 42 The World of Forty-Nine

    To round out your history curriculum I would highly recommend purchasing the activity books and test packets which accompany each volume. These resources are available in either paperback or PDF-download.

    Based on our experience with this series and the content of the curriculum, I would recommend it for Grades 5-8. Overall we have been pleased with Ms. Bauer's approach to world history. To continue your study of World history, I would recommend Story of the World Volume 4 The Modern Age: From Victoria's Empire to the End of the USSR.

  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    SOW vol 3
    November 22, 2016
    JG
    Quality: 3
    Value: 3
    Meets Expectations: 3
    We love these series. They are very well written and easy for children to understand. We used to accompany what we were doing in our CC community each week and also use the activity guide and cd. They are worth every penny!
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 15, 2008
    Janice Englehart
    I love the Story of the World series. My kids are always asking for more. This is an excellent presentation of world history and I would add an unbiased account. Bauer has really done us all a great service with her easily accessible series.
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    May 26, 2008
    stephanie
    This is our second year using Story of the World - and we have really enjoyed using it! I read aloud from the book (my sister lets the littles listen to the stories on cd), and we do the review questions, and a written narration afterwards - there are tons of fun activities (dressing up, games, crafts, cooking (which seems to be the favorite so far - all the recipes have turned out really well!) - I also like the coloring sheets - even my older children color them, and they are good fine motor practice for my eldest, whose handwriting is abysmal :). We've got out a ton of great books to go along through interlibrary loan, learned a whole bunch i wasn't taught in school, and this is probably our favourite part of the homeschool day...
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