Exploring Countries and CulturesA very nice curriculum lot,

My Father's World Exploring Countries and Cultures,

sold this week for $222.50. 

See what is available for used My Father's World curriculum today.

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The list of specifics follows below:

 

 

 

 

Teacher's Manual, 2nd Edition (some marking in pencil)
Student Sheets (purchase one per additional student)
Exploring World Geography (purchase one per 3rd-8th grader or photocopy)
Hero Tales
Window on the World
God Speaks Numanggang
Illustrated World Atlas
Classroom Atlas
Maps and Globes
Geography from A to Z
A Trip Around the World
Another Trip Around the World
Properties of Ecosystems
Living World Encyclopedia
Global Art
Wee Sing Around the World
Christian Heroes: Then and Now Cameron Townsend
Christian Heroes: Then and Now Nate Saint
Fun with Easy Origami
The Usborne Book of Origami
Primary Language Lessons
Intermediate Language Lessons

Items required but not included.

    Parent/Teacher Supplement (required)
    Inflatable Globe
    Flags of the World Ultimate Sticker Book (purchase one per additional student)
    Passport (purchase one per additional student)
    Wall Map of the World

Take a trip around the world and explore diverse countries while learning geography and being challenged by true stories of missionaries.

Our easy-to-teach unit study includes a teacher's manual with daily lesson plans and all books for Bible, geography, science, art, and music. Supplement these with picture books and information books from the library for the countries you study. (Library books are general resources and you will not need to find specific titles, although we list resources we have found helpful.) Add math and language arts for a complete curriculum. Families only need to purchase one basic curriculum package as it includes pages that may be photocopied.

Teacher's Manual:

Daily lesson plans are in an easy-to-use weekly chart format. Charts list each subject with page numbers of books to read. Many activities will be suitable for all ages; additional activities are suggested for older students. We do the lesson planning for you so you have more time to enjoy teaching!

Bible

True stories from Hero Tales of godly men and women and the character traits they portrayed as they served as missionaries overseas.
Weekly information about different ethnic groups around the world and their specific prayer needs, using Window on the World.
Weekly memory verses and daily readings from Matthew.

Reading

Develop a love for reading using "living books" from our excellent library list of picture books, fiction, and non-fiction for each country you study. We list the very best books we have read, but none are required.

Geography

Maps and globes are explored with Illustrated World Atlas, Classroom Atlas, Maps and Globes, and a world wall map, as well as additional hands-on activities.
Easy-to-use full-color Geography Game teaches country names and locations.
Vocabulary focuses on geographic terms as students make illustrated vocabulary cards using Geography From A to Z.
Research skills are developed through the study of continents in Exploring World Geography.
Hands-on activities (cooking, flag making, a passport, etc.) to explore 15 countries using A Trip Around the World and our Teacher's Manual. Library books provide enrichment for country topics that you study.

Science

A focus on different habitats (desert, rain forest, grassland, forest, polar region, etc.) using Properties of Ecosystems and Living World Encyclopedia, as well as optional library books. Correlates to the country being studied (i.e., rain forest when studying Brazil.) Includes a weekly nature walk and nature journal.
For 7th and 8th graders add science (purchase separately).

Art and Music

Enjoy art projects and music from countries you "visit" this year using Global Art and Wee Sing Around the World. You may supplement with ethnic music from the library.

Math, Language Arts, and Foreign Language

Add math and language arts.
Foreign language is optional, but highly recommended.