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How can you teach geography while learning about military operations? Make the study of geography more interesting through the eyes of a soldier with the natural connection between military activity and geography in this WeE-book™.
Two men—born the same day. Both changed the nature and course of history significantly! Discover some amazing facts and utilize those thinking skills with this interesting comparison study!
What was the Great Depression like? How did that generation develop the “never give up” spirit? Are there lessons we can learn today from the Great Depression and apply those lessons to our own homes?
In Everyday Easels-Book 1, you’ll spend ten days studying the painting A Path Among the Rocks by Theodore Rousseau. You’ll learn about the artist and his story of perseverance, plus science, history, and more!
Are you interested in a learning adventure where light becomes more than just something to brighten a room? Where bugs become fascinating creatures and not something to merely be screamed at? Order this 20-pack Adventure bundle today!
This is a wonderful assortment of 10 WeE-Books™ available in one package! Check them out! You’ll experience everything from history to science and geography, and even topics on the Civil War, light, submarines, writing, and preschool.
Did you know there were there submarines during the Civil War? Do you know who built the first submarine used in war? What is the real story of the CSS Captain Pierce? Dive in and read all about the first submarines.
Who was William Carey and how can he help you study geography? What do missionaries have to do with the study of geography? How does geography affect the life of a missionary? Learn this and so much more when you read this WeE-book™.
Is geography a lost subject? How is your homeschool faring with geography? Is there a painless method of incorporating geography into your homeschool? Learn how to teach geography & biography in a fun, interesting way!
Do your kids love the world of Middle Age Monsters and Sea Dragons? Wouldn’t they love to learn about a serpent called Grendel? How do you read about such an adventure when the only manuscript in existence is in Old English, and in poem form?
What was the Civil War all about? Do you know about the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850? Have you ever tried to unravel all the aspects of the Civil War? Gain new insight and perspective.