Wars of Independence to Modern Times
The Mystery of History, Volume IV, provides a historically accurate, Christ-centered approach to three centuries of world history, from "Wars of Independence to Modern Times" (1708-2014).
The Mystery of History, Volume IV, Student Reader can stand alone for all ages to enjoy (though numerous themes of the twentieth century will be difficult for Younger Students and should be screened).
For those who wish to delve deeper, the user-friendly Companion Guide (included on CD) brings the lessons to life with multi-age activities, timeline directions, mapping exercises, Memory Card ideas, pretests, quizzes, games, worksheets, tests, film and literature suggestions, and more.
The Mystery of HistoryVolume IV is not on the same reading level as The Mystery of History Volume I. The Mystery of History Volume IV is best suited for children in 6th grade and up. Younger siblings can tag along for the history lessons, but the reading level and emotional intensity of The Mystery of History Volume IV will be challenging for them. Expect to make modifications to help children younger than sixth grade grasp the material.
The Mystery of History series explores the backdrops behind and the significance surrounding time-honored contributions in art, music, literature, science and philosophy. Those who use the MOH series will find it is structured to follow a classical approach to teaching through the trivium with an emphasis on reading, writing, research, and hands-on activities
The Mystery of History is a four-volume world history series, which will take you around the globe through the study of chronological events. (It is recommended but not necessary to complete the volumes in the order they are written.)
The Mystery of History is written from a Christian worldview and uniquely weaves world cultures and stories of the past into the history of Christianity. But more than that, lessons in The Mystery of History are like fragments of a mosaic that, when put together, reveal a much bigger picture and tell a much larger story---one that points toward God's plan for mankind.