Rome to the Reformation
Package and Individual Items
Travel back to the time of the Romans and learn how they set the stage with their Pax Romana for the central event of all history - the birth of Jesus. Gain a New Testament overview with a special focus on the books of Luke, Philippians, and 1 John.
In this year-long curriculum for 4th-8th grade, view Roman civilization, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the Reformation in the context of Christ and the early church, while also studying astronomy and the human body from a biblical perspective.
Daily lesson plans are in an easy-to-use weekly chart format that lists each subject with the appropriate book titles and page numbers to complete each day.
We do the lesson planning for you so that you have more time to enjoy teaching!
Consumable Student Sheets are designed to be used with the Rome to the Reformation package. All directions for the Student Sheets are found in the Teacher's Manual.
Elizabeth George Speare
From outlaw to disciple, follow the story of Daniel as he encounters Jesus of Nazareth.
Patricia St. John
Onesimus is a slave. Onesimus longs to gain his freedom and Eirene's love. However, he doesn't realize where true freedom lies.
John Bunyan and Oliver Hunkin
Follow Pilgrim as he journeys from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City in this classic story of Pilgrim's Progress retold in a beautiful hard-back edition with full-page illustrations.
Marguerite de Angeli
A boy in the Middle Ages learns the meaning of the "open door that no one can shut" from Revelation 3:8 in this Newbery Award book. When he falls ill and loses the use of his legs, Robin finds there is more than one way to serve his king and save the castle.
Meet the greatest Doctor of the Roman Empire: Galen of Pergamum. Learn how Galen researched human physiology and medicines while developing theories that would be followed for a thousand years in this fascinating book.
Uncover the mysteries of the human body with this book packed with hands-on projects. With everyday items, complete these easy activities that make learning fun.
Donald M. Silver and Patricia J. Wynne
These easy-to-make manipulatives help your child understand the inner workings of the human body. Reproducible hands-on models illustrate all the major systems.
Hundreds of questions about the human body are answered in this colorful volume. Detailed illustrations introduce basic concepts to young readers.
Larry Christenson and Cheri Bladholm
This book will help you teach your child about growing families and intimacy from a Christian perspective. Containing both large-print text presented in a rhyming fashion to be read with younger children and blocks of smaller text with more details for older children, this classic can be used for years as your child develops in maturity.
Jeannie K. Fulbright
Explore the galaxy with this elementary astronomy text packed with detailed illustrations and information incorporating the latest discoveries. Focusing on the solar system, this book will introduce your child to the sun, each of the planets, dwarf planets, and beyond.
Classical music comes to life for your child!
Full of fascinating facts and hands-on projects, this book explores daily life in the ancient Roman Empire. From city to country and aristocrat to slave, your child will learn the way ancient Romans, lived, worked, and relaxed.
Take a trip around the world discovering what occurred during the life of Augustus Caesar. This volume draws from far-reaching cultures and continents to create a picture of the world in which Augustus lived and weaves the major events of Augustus' life into a fascinating story.
Susan Wise Bauer
Explore the Middle Ages from the fall of Rome to the rise of the Renaissance. Giving an overview of events from around the world, your child will discover the marvelous span of history in an easily accessible story.
From Augustine to C.S. Lewis, these forty-six biographical sketches follow the trials and triumphs of individuals in the family of faith.
An introduction for beginners that covers everything a young player needs to know. Chess was a favorite game in the Middle Ages!
You only need glue and a pair of scissors to make this detailed model castle. A great project for Dad to supervise after supper or on the weekend, or for an older child who works well independently.