Introduction to the Sixth Grade Year

Introduction to the Sixth Grade Year Description This overview book provides the teacher with the daily schedule as well as the block rotation for the entire year. There is a section devoted to understanding the adolescent years that the student is now entering, as well as reading lists for independent study and lists of the…

Heat, Light and Sound – Introduction to Physics

Heat, Light and Sound – Introduction to Physics Description This teacher manual introduces the student to the first physics principles within the realm of acoustics, light, and warmth. It is cast into a phenomenological approach, where one witnesses simple phenomena in physics without the prejudice of a preformed hypothesis. Did you know that light is…

Nature, Number, and Geometry

Nature, Number, and Geometry Description In this fascinating study the student learns of the intrinsic geometrical structure in many of nature’s forms. Throughout the centuries this discipline has been known as the study of sacred geometry. The student will gain facility with compass, triangle, and straight edge as he/she learns the structure and properties of…

Astronomy

Astronomy Description The Live Education book on astronomy is divided into two parts: the first part is presented in the sixth grade and familiarizes the students with naked eye observations of the principal constellations through the stories spelled out in the sky from Greek mythology. The second part is useful for the seventh grade in…

Mineralogy

Mineralogy Description The mineral backbone of the earth falls into a great polarity between igneous volcanic sources and sedimentary limestone sources. In this study the students will learn how the geological terrain of the earth is formed through the study of volcanoes, the limestone cycle, metamorphic rock, and the formation of metals, coal, petroleum and…

The Middle Ages

Description This book provides the teacher with the lesson content and student activities for a four-week study of the rise of European civilization known as the Middle Ages. A tremendous amount of materials are contained in this book, from Castle and Cathedral, Koran and Crusades, through the rise of medieval scholasticism, Genghis Khan and the…

Lessons for Teaching Ancient Greek History

Lessons for Teaching Ancient Greek History Description The rise of the culture of the Greeks from Homeric times culminating in the glory of golden age of Athens preceded the establishment of the Roman Empire. In this 3 to 4 week study the student will learn of the Trojan War along with the Greek and Persian…

Teaching Ancient Roman History

Teaching Ancient Roman History Description The traditional founding of Rome by the first king Romulus began in 747 BC. This survey of Roman history covers the first seven kings of Rome, followed by the development of the Roman Republic, finally leading into the time of the Caesars of the Roman Empire. Many aspects of Roman…