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Spring 2005 Back Issue

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SOLD OUT! Our Renaissance Period and Unit Study Issue! There is so much to learn in this issue, which includes enough information to help you create your own study for your family. Articles cover Renaissance art, writing, music, and MORE!

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SOLD OUT!

Our Renaissance Period and Unit Study Issue!

Take a trip back in time and study the Renaissance with us! There is so much to learn in this issue, which includes enough information, including timelines, maps, and vocabulary lists, to help you create your own study for your family. Articles cover Renaissance art, writing, music, and MORE! Learn more about what unit studies are and how easy they are to create and implement into your homeschooling routine. It’s also time to begin thinking about those summer trips, so we have lots of ideas for you as you plan your upcoming vacation.

  • “HisStory”—An in-depth study of the Renaissance in Italy, western Europe and Germany.
  • Treasured Art—Visit the Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery; learn from Vermeer’s “silent” paintings.
  • “Rock of Ages”—Getting to know Renaissance music, and Machaut in particular.
  • Tophats and Parasols—Read about one of Shakespeare’s most intriguing tales.
  • Homeschool Units—The Renaissance has plenty to offer for unit study. Get started after reading this article!
  • In Chapel, we read about devotional and other edifying literature of the Renaissance, a Charlotte-Mason-based curriculum called My Father’s World and Part 2 of excerpts fromCreated to be His Help Meet.
  • Once again, Senior Editor Jenefer Igarashi has us laughing as she writes about “Homeschool Siblings: Friend or Foe?”
  • Show and Tell, Too discusses communication skills for all ages, hands-on history in a box, and a powerful new tool for documenting your child’s homeschool work.
  • Time for a Field Trip!—Zoos, aquariums, and frugal field trips, as well as a few educational treasures!
  • Styles talks with unit studies expert Jennifer Steward!
  • Never Alone—Aprill Brunson talks about life as a single person and how this can be viewed as a gift from God .
  • Homeschooling 101—Meet Lisa Whelchel! (Remember Blair Warner from “The Facts of Life” TV show?)
  • Arts & Crafts—a lesson from Bob and Larry of Veggie Tales; learn how to draw Christopher Columbus.

 

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