The Mystery of History Volume I Reproducibles
It’s here! No more racing to the copy shop, calling around town for the lowest copy prices or slicing the binding off your book! Our new CD-ROM saves time, money and headaches. Now you can print out all Mystery of History Volume I reproducibles from your home computer! This disk includes: all pre-tests, post-tests, quarterly worksheets, semester tests, individual maps and most Appendices. A fantastic resource!
EBook and audiobook customers, please click over to our Companion Guide to complete your curriculum. (See details below.)
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No more racing to the copy shop, calling around town for the lowest copy prices or slicing the binding off your book! Our CD-ROM saves time, money and headaches. Now you can print out all The Mystery of History Volume I reproducibles from your home computer! This disk includes: all pre-tests, post-tests, quarterly worksheets, semester tests, individual maps and most Appendices. A fantastic resource!
Have a 1st edition of The Mystery of History Volume I? No problem. This download contains the reproducibles for both the 1st and 2nd editions.
Available as a download or on CD.
Now compatible with Windows and Macintosh computers!
EBook and Audiobook Customers: Please see our Companion Guide for the resources you’ll need to complete your curriculum. Our Reproducibles contain the Mystery of History consumable pages for ease of duplication. The Reproducibles do not include all of the other supplemental resources contained in the Student Reader. Our Companion Guide includes the Mystery of History activities, teaching instructions, supplemental book lists and activity suggestions found in the Student Reader.
Note: This download requires Adobe Reader 9.1 or higher. You can download that for free here.
How many volumes are in The Mystery of History series?
How does MOH work for all ages?
Are all of the supplemental resources required?
Is MOH meaty enough for high school students? Could it work as our American history course?
I’ve heard of a lot of people who supplement MOH with other curricula. This makes me nervous. Is MOH not enough?
Will MOH work well for my co-op?
What’s new in the second edition of Volume 1?
- Updated the lessons to reflect the most current research,
- Included additional teacher support information,
- Added answer key maps for the geography component,
- Changed or added new illustrations for many lessons,
- Added 114+ pages of information, activities, resource lists, and more!
I need advice on how to do a timeline or complete an activity. What do other families do?If you need advice on how other families do things, check out our Yahoo Groups! It’s a great place to ask your questions and interact with other families using The Mystery of History!
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