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Draw and Write Through History Book 6: The 20th Century


 
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Draw and Write Through History Book 6: The 20th Century
The 6th book in the Draw and Write through History series covers the time period from the Early 1900s through Apollo 11. Learn to draw Model T, Titanic, Penguins, a Seal, World War 1, U-boat, Amelia Earhart, Golden Gate Bridge, Sherman Tank, Apollo 1 and more!

About the Draw and Write Through History Series:
One of the best parts of homeschooling is the freedom we have to hand-pick curriculums for each child. Your little readers may thrive on history texts and historical fiction. Your auditory children will prefer listening to history via CDs. But what do you do with your child who finds reading and listening tiresome? Most of our history programs have activity manuals that address that issue beautifully. But if you are using a different curriculum, or if you cannot find enough relevant hands-on projects for your resident artist, consider Draw and Write Through History.

Art, Writing, and History!
Because your child will likely retain more of what he learns when illustrating each time period, Draw and Write Through History is not mere busywork. Not only will your child be taught how to draw true historical figures and places with easy-to-follow, step-by-step, illustrated instructions, but at the end of each section a page of cursive copywork is given, summarizing the history lesson. Intriguing, bite-sized historical facts interspersed on the pages may even jump-start the most reluctant of readers into wanting to learn more.

An Excellent Supplement to any History Curriculum
Each non-consumable Draw and Write Through History book has helpful suggestions on shading and coloring, so it should be an excellent supplement to any history curriculum for years to come. For ages eight and older, but adaptable for younger siblings.

Book 1: Creation to Jonah
Book 2: Greece and Rome c. 600 B.C. to A.D. 395
Book 3: The Vikings, The Middle Ages, and The Renaissance 793-1600 A.D.
Book 4: Pilgrims, Pirates, and Patriots 1492-1781 A.D.
Book 5: Napoleon to Lady Liberty: The World of the 1800s
Book 6: The 20th Century

Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2015 Fourth-Grade Curriculum Kit!
Features
Learn to draw:
Titanic, Pengunis, Seal, World War I Soldier, U-Boat, The Red Baron, Amelia Earhart, Sherman Tank,Winston Churchill, Mount Rushmore, Jaguar, Macaw, Martin Luther King Jr., Apollo 11, Space Shuttle

Publisher's Information
Author: Carylee Gressman
Pages: 64
Binding: Paperback
Copyright: 2011
ISBN: 9780977859757
Publisher: CPR Publishing
Made In: USA
Consumable: No
Faith-Based: Yes

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I bought the whole set October 26, 2011
Reviewer: John Lunger from Hayward, CA United States  
I was a little disappointed when I bought these as I was hoping it would be as easy as the Draw Write Now books that my kids currently love. The drawing lessons are a bit more complicated than the Draw Write Now. My kids ages 9yrs and 7yrs have not even attempted to draw from these books yet. It is too overwhelming for them.  It truly is for the older bunch of kids if not the skilled drawer people especially with the Cursive Writing.  I do like the Christian component to it though that the Draw Write Now books do not have.  I have to say the drawing directions are even too difficult for me to follow. I am not artistically inclined and that is why I love the Draw Write Now simplification of drawing method. I sure these will get used and not just sitting in the art drawer unused.

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