Easy Classical-History Schedule

Easy Classical Early Modern History Schedule includes 36 week-long schedules plus 45+ pages of charts, sheets, and helps that will enhance your child’s learning. Each week’s lesson has review questions with answers, and quizzes included with each lesson. This schedule also includes a shopping list for the next day, as well as detailed instructions on how to use the schedules and the books you purchase.
If you have homeschooled for any amount of time you have probably heard about Susan Wise Bauer’s book The Well Trained Mind. I use several of her homeschool books including Story of the World in our homeschool. She is well known for her classical approach to education. The Easy Classical History schedules your classical education so you know what to cover with Susan Bauer’s book along with other classical books to schedule. You can check out a partial book list HERE
It is recommended that you buy these books:

Early Modern History Copybook by Julie Shields

If you are using a classical education approach it can sometimes be confusing to know where to start or what to use when. Easy Classical provides schedules that translate the big ideas of the classical model into a day-by-day schedule. They have done the research for you and have found the best products to put them in a daily schedule.
The primary resources for this study are Story of the World and Hakim’s A History of the US series. The schedule has geography, writing and hands on activities. Our family uses a literature approach boxed curriculum that schedules in some classical so our family wouldn’t use this as much as others. However I have friends who do all classical and would LOVE to have a schedule that helped them, this would be wonderful for the family that loves all classical and has been wanting a roadmap on scheduling it all in.

The notebook version is $35.95, and the digital is $29.95.

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As a member of the Homeschool Crew, I was given this product to review. I was not paid for this post. All opinions expressed in this post are mine.

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