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Papa, Book 1 of the Woodcutter's Grim Series
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For the ten generations since the evil first came to Woodcutter's Grim, the Guardians have sworn an oath to protect the town from the childhood horrors that lurk in the black woods. Without them, the... More > town would be defenseless…and the terrors would escape to the world at large. A wickedly horrifying rendering of the classic children’s story “Hansel and Gretel”, in which modern revenge is served up sweet... Less than a year after Randall Parker left his family for elementary school teacher, Amy, the unthinkable happens—his ex-wife and two children are killed in a car accident. Ever since the accident, Amy has had terrible nightmares in which Rand’s son and daughter return to exact revenge on their father and Amy herself for abandoning them. When Rand convinces her to come away with him for a healing respite to an isolated cabin in the woods, Amy’s guilt-filled nightmares turn into pure horror.< Less
Greenleaf Guide to Old Testament History
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After enough requests, even we can take a hint. This book outlines a reading program which will take you through the history of Israel by reading through the historical books from Genesis to Nehemiah... More > chronologically. Old Testament history is divided into 196 Bible readings (approximately 1 chapter each) along with some suggestions of how to cover the material and keep it interesting. For each reading there is a series of questions to help you focus on the significant details. There are also a number of background notes and some suggestions for further study. This book won’t answer all your questions, but it will give you a well thought out program of reading and studying the ancient history of Israel. This is intended as a first history course for the early elementary grades (though many parents are using it with high school students)Suggestions are given for supplemental materials for varying grade levels. Companion background for the study of Egypt described in the next section. paperback.< Less
Bryant Creek Pioneers--Thomas S. Brown & John Burden
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This 700-page book is an exhaustive family history of an early southern Missouri settler, Thomas S. Brown. He traveled from Brown County, Indiana, to Bryant Creek Valley in Douglas County, Missouri,... More > in the 1840s. The book includes hundreds of old historical photos for his family and the Bryant Creek area, and was written by old Tom Brown's great-grandson, Logan Brown and Logan's wife, Cinita, now both in their 80s. Before retiring, Logan was a long-time carpenter and Douglas County Coroner. Cinita is a retired elementary school teacher and is one of the most knowledgeable historians of the southern Missouri area. As well, she is a master storyteller who has delighted many groups of adults and schoolchildren through the years with her graphic presentations. In the book, many old stories told by Logan's ancestors are included.< Less
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It was summer break, and 28-year-old elementary school teacher, Courtney Desmond, had decided to spend the summer at her father's home in Omaha, Nebraska. One morning, Courtney was washing dishes and... More > peering out of the kitchen window when she noticed a stranger walk up the driveway, and get eye-to-eye with Henry the goat. Then suddenly, Henry head butted the man in the stomach and causing him to fall back and striking his head against the chopped wood pile. They brought him into the farmhouse and the Doc began treating the man. After a week, they found that the man’s name was Devanni, and that he was an escaped slave from the Nagardy prison ship. The fact that Devanni was an extraterrestrial, made no difference to Courtney nor her father. However, Doctor Desmond made a shocking discovery that started a series of adventurous and fretful events.< Less
Medieval Times: Teacher's Resource Book, Canadian Edition
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For Canadian Elementary School teachers. Includes 35 reprintable lessons, 70 classroom activities, teacher's guide, rubric, medieval feast planner, and glossary of terms. Chapters: Middle Ages,... More > Feudal System, Maps and Travel, Castles, Kings, Nobles, Notable Women, Knights, Chivalry, Heraldry, Coat of Arms, Peasants, Peasant's House, Farming, Clothing, The Church, Crusades, Weapons, Technology and Inventions, Food and Beverages, Bathing and Cleanliness, Education, Magna Carta, Black Plague, Myths and Legends, Music, Art, Tapestries, Illuminations, Holidays and Celebrations, Maypole Dancing, Puppetry, Medieval Books, Medieval Riddles, Medieval Poem, and a Medieval Story. ..................................... The activities support three styles of learning - Auditory, Visual, and Tactile/Kinesthetic. Teachers will find activities that are suitable for special education students, ESL students, as well mainstream and gifted students.< Less
I Speak Latin
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I Speak Latin is an innovative new elementary Latin curriculum for young learners by classical educator Andrew Campbell. It uses students' natural capacity for language learning to help them master... More > Latin vocabulary and syntax quickly and easily, without tedious worksheets, charts, or chants. I Speak Latin engages students right from the start, getting them up out of their seats to learn verbs through physical motions. Students soon converse about their daily lives - family, pets, sports, clothing, food, weather - all the while building a rich and varied Latin vocabulary. Each lesson teaches a single grammar point and introduces vocabulary in natural groupings, based on context. I Speak Latin is perfect for homeschools, co-op classes, cottage schools, or traditional classrooms.< Less
The Basic Elements of Music
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The Basic Elements of Music "Explanations (suitable for any age) of the basic elements of music, with suggested activities for introducing the each concept to children at early elementary school... More > level. The course may be used by instructors not trained in music; all necessary definitions and explanations are included." -This teaching textbook includes -The Time Elements (Rhythm, Meter) -The Pitch Elements (Timbre, Melody, Harmony) -Combining Time and Pitch -The Textures of Music -An Introduction to Counterpoint -Form in Music This music textbook, authored by Catherine Schmidt-Jones, is released under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license, published by Textbook Equity without changes to the academic content. http://textbookequity.org/category/music/< Less
Spa 210 H 230 H Intro Spanish Honors
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This full-year course is a continuation of the 1st Grade Introduction to Spanish Honors class, and is designed to increase students’ Spanish vocabulary and teach them how to tell time in... More > Spanish. They will learn how to relate time in hours, minutes, and seconds as well as describe the amount of time that has passed since (desde de) and use words that describe before and after. Students will continue conversational dialogue with phrases using “Me gusta," "No me gusta", "Esta es," and "Como se dice?" and begin using phrases like "estoy caminando/hacienda." The teacher should be fluent in native Spanish and speak to the students in Spanish so that they pick up colloquial sayings and phrases. Students will increase their vocabulary with weekly vocabulary lists to reinforce a strong foundation that the students need in Merit Academy’s intensive Spanish program in elementary school. Students will play oral matching games to match pictures with their words using flashcards and games.< Less
Spa 010 H 030 H Intro Spanish Honors
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This full-year course is a continuation of the Pre-Kindergarten Spanish class, SPA 48M, and is designed to teach students the Spanish vocabulary of body parts, weather, clothing, seasons, classroom... More > objects, furniture, and food. Students will begin conversational dialogue with "Hello, my name is" ("Hola, yo so”y) and begin the dialogue of "How are you? I am well/bad" ("Como esta? Estoy bien/mal”). Students will learn the names for body parts and clothing. The teacher should be fluent in native Spanish and speak to the students in Spanish so that they pick up colloquial sayings and phrases. Students will increase their vocabulary with weekly vocabulary lists to reinforce a strong foundation that the students will need when entering Merit Academy’s intensive Spanish program in elementary school.< Less
Spa 110 H 130 H Intro Spanish Honors
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This full-year course is a continuation of the Kindergarten Spanish class, and is designed to teach students the Spanish vocabulary of body parts, weather, clothing, seasons, classroom objects,... More > furniture, food, colors, months, numbers, shapes, animals, fruits, vegetables, people, professions, things outside, things inside, bedroom objects, plants, leaves, flowers, things in the kitchen, and things in the room. Students will begin conversational dialogue with phrases using "Me gusta," "No me gusta", and "Esta es" and continue with "Hello, my name is" ("Hola, yo soy) and begin the dialogue of "How are you? I am well/bad" ("Como esta? Estoy bien/mal). The teacher should be fluent in native Spanish and speak to the students in Spanish so that they pick up colloquial sayings and phrases. Students will increase their vocabulary with weekly vocabulary lists to reinforce a strong foundation that the students will need for Merit Academy’s intensive Spanish program in elementary school.< Less
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