Our book studies take a book, divide it out into lessons, and provide all of the go-along material to make a study as cursory or in-depth as you need.
So far we have these free book studies available:
The Century Book for Young Americans by Elbridge S. Brooks is an excellent introduction to the United States government for students of all ages. Told in story form, the book explores the Constitution, the office of president, Congress, the Supreme Court, and other institutions and symbols. There are 16 weeks of lessons — enough for a half-year of study, or a full year-long course if you allow two weeks for each chapter.
Using the text Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by Edward Eggleston, 33 weeks worth of lessons covering famous American explorers, inventors, scientists, and statesmen through short biographies. Wonderful introduction to history for the early reader!
32 weeks worth of lessons covering backyard neighbors, feathered friends, garden life, four-footed comrades, and the earth and its neighbors. Uses the text Our Wonderful World by Emery Lewis Howe.
By spending two weeks on each inventor, you’ll have 32 science lessons based on Great Inventors & Their Inventions by Frank P. Bachman, a well-known public domain work that introduces readers co to the inventors and inventions that have shaped our lives today.
The Child’s Own Book of Great Musicians series by Thomas Tapper is a wonderful introduction to the great composers. With the introduction, you’ll have 13 weeks of lessons — enough to cover one semester with wiggle room for holidays and other activities.