|This is a picture of the inside of my son's Bible |
& history notebook last year. There were 3 tabs
for the Notgrass study & 2 for other things.
The unit writing division worked really nicely. These are essay type assignments that are graded by the teacher, not using the answer book. They take up a lot of space, so it is nice for them to have their own spot. My kids were pretty bad about forgetting to file them, so a folder might have worked better. [To add a folder to your notebook, use a regular no-prong folder. Place a piece of 3-hole punched paper on the front of it (because the folder is too long to fit in a 3-hole puncher) and use a paper punch to make holes.]
form that the kids could use for taking the tests.
In hindsight, I think we would have been better off with a notebook full of lined paper with a folder in the back instead of all the fancy forms and divisions. The Notgrass History curriculum is well designed and is set up for ease of use. You really don't have to over think things.
|Exploring World History Curriculum Package|
By Ray Notgrass / Notgrass Company
Integrative and faith-based, Exploring World History presents a God-oriented view of history that combines biblical studies, word history and English (literature & composition). Two textbooks contain history lessons that are generally followed by studying grammar points, completing writing assignments, reading assignments in In Their Words as well as the required reading, and Bible study questions. Moving from creation all the way to the 21st century, your students will have a comprehensive overview of the events, concepts and culture of humanity. 2 Student Texts and Reading Book In Their Words, 1095 pages total, softcover.