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Discover the most exciting way to learn history in Grades 2-6.

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Learning history shouldn't be boring.
It should exciting, and have your children begging for more.

That's why our Self-Paced History courses are the perfect solution for busy homeschool families that want to take some of the stress out of homeschooling with a history curriculum that kids love and truly learn. Each course:

  • Grades itself automatically
  • Is full of games, and exciting videos with talking historical characters
  • Teaches a chronological sequence or timeline of history
  • Full of interactive teaching
  • Has 160 lessons, covering 32 historical events
  • Is award winning
  • Has music to help memorization
  • Truly multi-sensory

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While we recommend taking them in order and starting with Old Testament & Ancient Egypt in 2nd grade, you can take them out of order.

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Old Testament & Ancient Egypt

A journey through the beginning of history from Creation to the fall of Egypt

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New Testament, Greece & Rome

Study the early roots of Greece found in the Minoan and Mycenaean cultures to the fall of the Western Roman Empire

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Middle Ages, Renaissance & Reformation

Students will work at their own pace and study from St. Augustine's dramatic conversion to the events precipitated by the Reformation.

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Explorers to 1815

Study 32 important events from Prince Henry the Navigator to The Missouri Compromise in the early part of the 19th century.

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1815 to Present

1815 to Present students will work at their own pace covering 32 important events from The Monroe Doctrine to modern America.

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Old Testament & Ancient Egypt

Old Testament and Ancient Egypt students will work at their own pace covering 32 important events from Creation to the fall of Egypt to Rome. They see biblical history in the context of all history. Teaching is interactive—clever games, striking video footage of Simeon and Hadassah, his wife, along with the talking Great Sphinx will keep the student engaged the entire year. Can you name all the twelve tribes of Israel? Do you know the seven days of Creation? How about the order of the major dynasties of Egypt and where they fall related to biblical events? Your children will. We guarantee it. This is so much fun that you'll find it hard to pull your child away. Knowing a time line of history is a crucial part of anyone’s education. This program will do just that.

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New Testament, Greece & Rome

New Testament, Greece and Rome students will work at their own pace covering 32 important events from the early roots of Greece found in the Minoan and Mycenaean cultures to the fall of the Western Roman Empire. Teaching is interactive—clever games, striking video footage led by Hector and Phoebe, brother and sister, along with Athena, the talking sculpture will keep the student engaged the entire year. This is so much fun that you'll find it hard to pull your child away. Knowing a time line of history is a crucial part of anyone’s education. This program will do just that.

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Middle Ages, Renaissance & Reformation

Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation students will work at their own pace covering 32 important events from St. Augustine’s dramatic conversion to the events precipitated by the Reformation. Teaching is interactive—clever games, striking video footage of Basil, an older, more experienced monk and Aidan, a younger monk in training, along with Ava, a delightful gargoyle will keep the student engaged the entire year. This is so much fun that you'll find it hard to pull your child away. Knowing a time line of history is a crucial part of anyone’s education. This program will do just that.

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Explorers to 1815

Explorers to 1815 students will work at their own pace covering 32 important events from Prince Henry the Navigator to The Missouri Compromise in the early part of the 19th century. Teaching is interactive—clever games, striking video footage of James and Abigail, a newly wed couple living on the 18th century American frontier, and Ikuhabe, a totem pole with an attitude, will keep the student engaged the entire year. This is so much fun that you'll find it hard to pull your child away. Knowing a time line of history is a crucial part of anyone’s education. This program will do just that.

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1815 to Present

1815 to Present students will work at their own pace covering 32 important events from The Monroe Doctrine to modern America. Teaching is interactive—clever games, striking video footage of Marcus, a young urban 20-something, and his friend Eva, who are joined by Gorton, a vintage 60’s robot, will keep the student engaged the entire year. This is so much fun that you'll find it hard to pull your child away. Knowing a time line of history is a crucial part of anyone’s education. This program will do just that.

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"This program is possibly the best thing that ever happened to our homeschool."

-Carlee

Parents that Choose Self-Paced History Courses

  • Have one less subject to teach
  • Don't have to grade any assignments
  • Can see their students progress at all times
  • Have kids that are excited to learn
  • Free up more time in your day
  • Have so much fun they don't know they're doing "school"
  • Can work wherever there is internet access
  • Progress at their own pace
  • Enjoy review that is as fun as a video game
  • Will master what they are learning
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We believe in our Self-Paced Courses so much, that if you're not satisfied with them for any reason, you can return them for a full refund within 90 days of purchase.