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3rd - 8th Grade

Homeschool Curriculum Combining a Christian Worldview with Classical Education, Charlotte Mason, and Unit Studies

Investigate

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Students in 3rd - 8th grade begin our INVESTIGATE cycle with Exploring Countries and Cultures. Like all of our Investigate packages, this provides a full year of Bible, geography, history, literature, science, music appreciation, and art activities for a range of ages. Once the year is completed, all 3rd - 8th grade children move to the next INVESTIGATE package and continue learning together.

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Teaching Multiple
Children at Once

  • Compact Schedule
  • Thorough Bible Integration
  • Unites the Family
  • Hands-On Activities
  • Kids Learn from Each Other
  • Global Focus

Our Teacher's Manuals explain what level of content should be taught to each child. A 7th grader, for example, completes assignments more thoroughly than a 3rd grader while using many of the same resources. This keeps the family together when possible and assures that the parent is only teaching one complete INVESTIGATE curriculum each year.

Where do I Start in the Investigate Cycle?

My child is in 2nd - 3rd grade. Has your child recently studied U.S. History?

No.Start with the Adventures in U.S. History Curriculum in the Discover Section

second grade or third grade teacher's manual

Yes.Start with Exploring Countries & Cultures Curriculum

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I have a child in 2nd - 3rd grade with older siblings.

Yes.Start with Exploring Countries & Cultures Curriculum

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I have one or more children in 4th - 8th grade.

I am new to the Investigate Cycle.Start with Exploring Countries & Cultures Curriculum

fourth grade through eighth grade teacher's manual

I have finished Exploring Countries and Cultures.Begin Creation to the Greeks

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Activities Varied by Age

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  • 2nd - 3rd grade assignment example: Write 1-2 sentences about the topic.
  • 4th - 6th grade assignment example: Write 2-4 paragraphs with more complex sentences.
  • 7th - 8th grade assignment example: Write 1-2 pages with more detailed information.
third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade, seventh grade, eighth grade teacher's manual
3rd - 8th GradeExploring Countries & Cultures

Take a trip around the world and explore diverse countries and cultures while being challenged by true stories of missionaries. See the physical and spiritual needs of mankind while learning about ecosystems and lifestyles in different parts of the world.

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4th - 8th GradeCreation to the Greeks

Learn how the Biblical account fits in with other civilizations such as Egypt, Greece, and Babylon during this first year of a four-year chronological study of history - building on the foundation of Exploring Countries and Cultures.

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4th - 8th GradeRome to Reformation

Follow us to the time of Roman civilization in our second year of chronological history. Learn how the Romans set the stage by their Pax Romana for the central event of all history—the birth of Jesus. Gain an overview of the New Testament and the life of Jesus.

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4th - 8th GradeExploration to 1850

Explore the New World with Leif Ericsson, Christopher Columbus, and others in our third year of chronological history. Discover the story of the U.S. from colonial times to the California gold rush and learn about the courage and faith those who came to America.

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4th - 8th Grade1850 to Modern Times

During the fourth and final year of our chronological study of history, students enjoy learning U.S. and world history as they solve cryptography puzzles, bake Vietnamese Apricot Coconut Cake, recite the Gettysburg Address, and learn the states and capitals.

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The Family Learning Cycle

The Family Learning Cycle solves many time management problems with curriculum packages that can be taught to children at several different grade levels all at the same time. The concept takes some getting used to, but it has several important benefits for your family.

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