The Heart Changer by Jarm Del Boccio- A Middle-grade Historical Fiction Book (Review)

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The Heart Changer

Are you looking for a book that will inspire its readers to live their faith? Do you need a book for the school year or a gift for a middle-grade girl? The Heart Changer from SchoolhouseTeachers.com teacher – Jarm Del Boccio, Author is a fictional version of the story of Naaman from 2nd Kings  from Miriam’s point-of-view.

Twelve-year-old Miriam is captured during a raid on her village by Naaman’s army and is brought to Syria to be his wife’s maidservant. She is devastated and filled with anger and resentment towards all who are associated with Naaman. She feels she has been abandoned by God and her faith wavers. Through the kindness of other servants and her mistress, her faith begins to increase. When Naaman is infected with leprosy, Miriam remembers Elisha and knows that he will be able to help. Her faith once again strong, she travels with Naaman and his wife to see Elisha, where Naaman is cured.

About Jarm Del Boccio:

Jarm (pronounced ‘Yarm’) Del Boccio currently lives near Chicago with her husband and adult children. She has been a librarian and teacher, and wants to help make history and the Bible inspire her readers. She also enjoys traveling and has been to 6 of the 7 continents. You can be learn about her at www.jarmdelboccio.com.

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Our Experience: 

I’ve realized that over the years that as the children have gotten older and can read to themselves, we haven’t dedicated much time towards family read-aloud time. I’m now choosing to dedicated time and energy to choosing books that will be enjoyed by all. I thought that C would enjoy this story (it could be our special book), and I was right. We spent a number of afternoons curled up on the couch, me reading and C coloring, learning about Miriam and her influence on Naaman’s family and his servants.

Mama’s Thoughts:

–  The descriptions in this book were excellent, and it flowed so smoothly that I wanted to stop and read it to myself instead of reading aloud. We learned about the foods eaten (dates, bread, Falafel, humus and more), environmental conditions in the Middle East, clothing, and lifestyle for that time period.

-The Teacher’s Guide can be found here. Just click on the corresponding graphic. This guide includes an interview with Jarm Del Boccio, section with information about Miriam (favorite color and questions to think about), information about the setting, questions for your family to discuss, 2 Syrian recipes (I didn’t use them, because I couldn’t figure out how to best make them vegetarian), and a section for notes. My favorite part of the study guide was some of the questions about what different names mean, those in the book and our own and all of the names of God.

– I like the short chapters, because it encourages younger readers to continue on. It also makes it easier for read-aloud time, because we don’t have to stop in the middle of a chapter if we have only a little bit of time available.

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B’s Thoughts (boy, age 15, officially in ninth grade and in public school):

B is busy with public school, so you will not see many reviews from him.

C’s Thoughts (girl, age 13, officially in seventh grade): 

The Heart Changer is about a girl who is captured and taken to serve the wife of Naaman, the commander of the Syrian army.

Here are somethings I liked about this book.

1. It is very detailed and describes lots of little details.

2. This is a good book to read when you want something quick and easy to read.

3. This book is based off of 2 Kings Chapter 5 in the Bible, which I thought was really cool.

Here is something I did not like about this book.

1. This book ends abruptly, and it doesn’t include much about Mariam finding her family.

I think this book would be good for people of all ages because you can read it or have it read aloud to you.


Social Media Links:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JarmDelBoccio/
Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/JarmVee
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jarmdelboccio/

Recap of pertinent information!

Product Link: The Heart Changer

Vendor Information Link: This is the debut book from a SchoolhouseTeachers.com teacher – Jarm Del Boccio, Author

Age Appeal: 7-12

Format: Digital and softcover, 112 pages, and ISBN: 978-1-62020-868-7, There is also a PDF Teacher’s Guide (can be found on this website under the corresponding graphic).

      Price: Please check the product link for current prices.

      Mama highly recommends The Heart Changer  to your family!

      Please click on the graphic below to learn what the other crew members on the review thought.


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      Photo of the Week!- Cattail Photography

      How is your summer going? We’ve been having a summer that is as hot as our winter was cold. We’ve also been having a lot of rain. We went to a local nature reserve and our cattails are over 7 feet tall. It was great to see them like that. I’ve never seen it.

      Have you been getting out and taking photos this summer?

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      Photo of the Week!- Stormy Clouds

      The weather this year has been interesting. It was so cold and snowy earlier. I think school was cancelled for several weeks off and on. Now it’s really hot outside. Our highs are in the upper 80’s and that doesn’t include the humidity.

      This photo was taken earlier this month. I really liked the way that the clouds looked. I believe a storm was coming.

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      Homeschool Writing with Jump In, 2nd Edition From Writing with Sharon Watson

      We received this product to review!

      Jump In, 2nd Edition

      Ever since I was in grade school writing has been one of my favorite subjects. I love writing fiction, nonfiction, reports, poetry, and more. One of my children has the same love as I do, the other one doesn’t. She has for years decided that she doesn’t like writing and that it’s too hard to do. I was excited when I learned about Jump In, 2nd Edition from Writing with Sharon Watson. I thought that the short lessons with specific steps would help C begin to develop some love and appreciation for different types of writing.

      About Jump In, 2nd Edition:

      There are 98 daily lessons where your students (5th-8th grade) will learn how to write:

      • An Opinion Essay
      • A Persuasion Essay
      • A Cause and Effect Essay
      • A Newspaper Article
      • A How-to
      • A Report
      • A Biography
      • A Compare and Contrast
      • A Book Report
      • A Book Response
      • A Description Essay
      • A Narration Essay
      • Poetry

      The 98 lessons and 19 additional assignments are called Skills. Each of the daily lessons can take 5-20 minutes and contain lots of examples, learning how to proofread, and how to write topic sentences, main ideas, and different types of paragraphs. Each of the essay assignments contains a checklist and suggested writing schedule.


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      Our Experience: 

      As I mentioned earlier, I love to write and C, not so much. I want her to learn to be comfortable with the different types of writing that she might need to do in high school, college, and beyond. I thought that this program could be exactly what she needed.

      When this homeschool composition program came in the mail, I was excited, but I could see that C was still a little skeptical. I told her that each lesson should be short if she was relaxed and had fun with it. Personally I think that helped, because she has been working on the lessons in a positive manner. She also enjoys taking the book to her room, where she can work on the assignment in an environment that is comfortable for her. I have her work on one lesson per day, and she has been working on opinion and persuasion essays. After she has finished these sections, I plan on having her pick the section she would like to work on. Just this morning she mentioned that she might give the rest of the lessons a theme, the violin (she’s been taking lessons since November and has developed a love for it). I told her to go for it. If she is enjoying writing now, and she can give it a theme, I’m not going to interfere. She might do a book report or write poetry about the violin next. I’m just going to stand aside and be grateful for Sharon Watson and the homeschool writing program she developed.

      Mama’s Thoughts:

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      -While I really appreciate what the student book provides for C, I also appreciate the Teacher’s Guide. It shows 3 different yearly schedules, a one-year plan, a two-year plan, and a three-year plan. In “The Teacher’s Backpack” I learned different tips to help C, why she might not like to write, different do’s and don’ts, ways to write biographies, and much more. The “Sample Essay Evaluations” section told me how to give a grade and different essays that show how to earn an/a A, B, C, D, or F. C as well as myself will have fun working on the different 10-Minute Writing Plunges for September-May (think writing prompts). There is a nice selection for each of the weeks in the month. The rest of the book contains an Answer Key for each of the sections and Skills along with Grading Grids for the assignments.

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      – I am very grateful to Mrs. Sharon Watson for her efforts to develop a writing program that takes the pressure off of the parent by making the lessons fun, yet practical and informative. Click here for a sample of the student book. You can see if the program will work as well for you as it has for us.

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      B’s Thoughts (boy, age 15, officially in ninth grade and in public school):

      B is busy with public school, so you will not see many reviews from him.

      C’s Thoughts (girl, age 13, officially in seventh grade): 

      Jump In, 2nd Edition is good for people who can verbalize their opinions. I am going to try and make all of my papers about playing the violin. I think it is a good idea to have a theme because it might make the writing a little easier.

      Here is what I like:

      1. You get to choose your own topics for all of the writing.

      2. This program has lots of information about writing and different writing terms like climatic paragraph.

      3. I like that most of the lessons are short and easy.

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      Here is what I didn’t like:

      1. Sometimes it was hard to choose what to write about.

      I think this program would be good for people of all ages as long as they can write or dictate what to write.



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      Recap of pertinent information!

      Product Link: Jump In, 2nd Edition

      Vendor Information Link: Writing with Sharon Watson

      Age Appeal: 5th-8th Grade

      Format: We reviewed the physical copies, but there are now digital versions!

          Price: Please check the product link for current prices.

          Mama highly recommends Jump In, 2nd Edition to your family!

          Please click on the graphic below to learn what the other crew members on the review thought about this homeschool writing program.


          Learn How to be a Kid Entrepreneur from The Kingdom Code! (Review)

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          The Kingdom Code

          Over the past few years my daughter has been interested in starting her own business. I’ve never been sure of the exact steps to take, because I’ve never been self-employed. That’s why I was excited to learn about The Complete Starter Kit from The Kingdom Code. This kit includes the following:

          • A Textbook with 244 full-color pages with the specific steps to take.
          • 124 full-color Activities, Forms, and Notices
          • Worksheets for each of the 27 lessons (is to take 34 weeks) to review and reinforce what the Textbook teaches.
          • A Teacher’s Guide that takes the teacher step-by-step through each of the lessons.
          • TKC Treasure Map that is used to track the end of each lesson.
          • Flash Cards that contain accounting terms, economic terminology, business terms, and all other vocabulary terms need to learn about business.
          • 3 full-color posters that go into the sleeves of the binders.
          • Bonus reward stickers that are to be placed on the Treasure Map when they complete a lesson and more stickers for when they do extra work.
          • The KCK Budget Stickers will be places on the 6 zippered pockets (you need to purchase).
          • A KCK Receipt Book where a record of customer payments will be kept.

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          Our Experience: 

          C has been interested in starting her own business in the past and was very interested when I showed her The Complete Starter Kit from The Kingdom Code. I knew that this program could give her the exact steps needed to begin and continue a business while doing it all in the name of God.

          She was really excited when the box came. We had to get to work right away to get everything organized, so we could begin the lessons. We got the items out of the plastic wrap and into the 3-ring binders. After that I took a look at the Teacher’s Guide to see what the next step was. I discovered that this entreprenurial program has been designed with 1 lesson taking a week and several of them taking more than one week. Each of the weekly lessons has 2 to 4 days worth of activities that are to last around 45 minutes. I initially planned on having C work on 1 lesson per week as dictated. The first couple of lessons didn’t take much time, so we were able to complete 2 days of lessons in 1 day. As we got deeper into more involved lessons, we did 1 day per scheduled time.

          Since this program is mostly led by the teacher (me!), it was important for us to follow these steps that were given in the Teacher’s Guide.

          • Proclamation (3-5 minutes)- I would read the lesson Proclamation to C. She would stand, repeat it back to me, then put on the Armor of God.
          • Check Your Path (3-5 minutes)- She would begin her worksheet.
          • Quest for the Clue (15-20 minutes)- In this section C was introduced to the goals and theme for the week’s lesson. It ended with a Clue that summarized everything.
          • Code of Honor (3-5 minutes)- C learned at least one Bible verse and learned the focus of the lesson through the Character Code.
          • Treasure Seeking (15-20 minutes)- In this section C heard different stories, gathered ideas, and completed activities. At the end of this section there was a Treasure that summarized the section.
          • On Your Own (times vary)- This was a time for C to complete more activities and projects that were relevant to finishing the lesson. This is also when she would complete her worksheet and place her sticker for the lesson on the Treasure Map. (If this class is done in a classroom setting, students may need to take the work home to finish.) Some completed pages.

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          • Please keep in mind that these times are just estimates and not all are included in each daily lesson. Some of these steps took much longer for us, because C had a difficult time coming up with ideas relating to her business.

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          Mama’s Thoughts:

          -I really appreciated the Teacher’s Guide. It told me exactly what I needed weekly and daily. I never had any questions about what needed to have C working on. A future lesson for us to learn.

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          -The Textbook teaches everything that a student needs from learning about business to developing a business plan to keeping ledgers to goal making to good decision making skills in a step-by-step process with consistency between the lessons. I think that is great for children who need that consistency in their school lessons. I also like how it is geared to different grade levels, so many children can benefit from learning how to successfully deal with money throughout their lives.     

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          The Kingdom Code Coloring Book is going to be perfect for C when she wants to have fun coloring with her pencils. She’ll also learn from the Bible verses that are on each page. I really appreciate these verses, because they will also help her to have a deeper relationship with the Lord.

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          -The JR KCK Budget Kit is the last product came from The Kingdom Code and is perfect for younger children. It shows them how to budget using the JOEYS (Jesus, Others, Education, Yourself, and Savings) plan. I like how it shows exactly how much (percentage) goes to each section. There are instructions and even a sticker if the child would like to have a business.

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          B’s Thoughts (boy, age 15, officially in ninth grade and in public school):

          B is busy with public school, so you will not see many reviews from him.

          C’s Thoughts (girl, age 13, officially in seventh grade): 

          I am using The Kingdom Code to start a baking business called Pinkish Land Desserts.

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          Here is what I liked about it.

          1. You get to start any kind of business, and it is really cool.

          2. This program helps you make a good business plan before you even start advertising or anything else.

          3. It helps you divide the money you make into 5 different categories- Jesus, Others, Education, Yourself, and Savings.

          Here is what I didn’t like.

          1. Some of the activities were more complicated for me to do, because having a baking business involves a lot of supplies compared to other businesses.

          2. It is really hard to pick a logo, name, and slogan that all fit together while looking nice and sounding good.

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          3. You really have to know exactly what you’re doing to make this program easier.

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          Social Media Links:

          Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheKingdomCode/
          Twitter: https://twitter.com/thekingdomcode
          Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thekingdomcode/
          Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thekingdomcode/

          Recap of pertinent information!

          Product Link: The Complete Starter Kit

          Vendor Information Link: The Kingdom Code

          Age Appeal: 4th-8th Grade

          Format: Physical Product- contains a textbook, stickers, flashcards, posters, receipt book, teacher’s guide and more. Will need to have 2 1 inch3-ring binders with clear inserts, 1 set of 5 divider taps, 1 folder with brads and pockets, 1 red pencil, 6 zippered pencil pockets with clear plastic fronts, and 1 quart size clear sealable bag or container

          Price: Please check the product link for current prices. Here is a special Coupon Code offering 10 percent off products purchased online from The Kingdom Code!  Coupon Code:  10TKC41

          Mama highly recommends The Kingdom Code program to your family! This is a program that all children should be able to complete to better secure their future. It is a program that I wish I had been able to take.

          Please click on the graphic below to learn what the other crew members on the review thought about this money managment program for young entrepreneurs.


          3 Decluttering Mistakes Beginners Make

          3 Decluttering Mistakes Beginners Make(2)

          Are you new to decluttering? Or have you been decluttering for a long time? Here are 3 tips that help the process go more smoothly.

          1. Don’t do too much at once.

          • Big Piles = Big Stress
          • Little Piles = Little Stress

          2. Don’t assume that just because you gave up once that you can’t begin decluttering again.

          3. Don’t declutter other people’s possessions without permission.

          • If you take something that belongs to someone else and donate it, you could have a very unhappy family member. I suggest that you simply place their items in a central location for them to take to their area.

          Chronicles of __ State History Notebook from Hewitt Homeschooling Resources (Review!)

          We received this product to review!

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          Are you looking for a fun and educational way to learn more about a state of your choice?  Chronicles of __ State History Notebook, by Gladys Whitted, from Hewitt Homeschooling Resources is the right product for you. You can pick your home state to learn more about or you can pick a state you would like to learn more about. This 3-ring binder notebook for grades 3-8 covers the following:

          • Facts, Symbols, Emblems
          • Geography, Population
          • Industries, Jobs
          • History, Government
          • Miscellaneous, Field Trips, Photographs

          This binder has sleeves so the cover can be changed and is printed on heavy-stock paper in the style of a scrapbook.

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          Our Experience: 

          We have yet to study in great detail the history of our home state of Iowa. I knew that Chronicles of __ State History Notebook would be great, because of all the areas that are covered. Just look at the table of contents.

          Table-of-ContentsI decided that I would let C take control of this. She could chose what areas she wanted to learn about first, after we used our local library to find the books we needed for sources of course. She decided to focus on most of the ones that didn’t include drawing, so that made me think that a parent who chose this would have to do something different if their child didn’t like drawing. Their child could take photos of the animals and plants, cut them out of magazines, or use the internet for free photos. I think that is what I will do moving forward with C.

          One of the pages that was hard to draw.

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          C would typically work on 2 pages 3 days a week. She is making a lot of great progress. I look forward to see what all she learns about and the areas that I can help her in, like researching on the internet for more information that is not covered in the research books.

          Mama’s Thoughts:

          -I like the Chronicles of __ State History Notebook, because of all the information that needs to be added by the student. This format gives the student a chance to learn how to research and discover how many sources there are to find out about their chosen state and all of the information that is  available to them. Click here for a sample of the notebook.

          -There are enough activities and pages to keep a student potentially busy for 1/2 to a whole sememster depending upon their grade level. Some of the activities are

          • Discovering the Religious history of the state.
          • Drawing the state license plate.
          • Learning about the natural resources (forests, wildlife, and water).
          • Learning about famous and important people past and present from the state.

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          -I do wish that the pages were numbered, because I find it easier to look for the page numbers than look for its location in the table of contents. I am grateful for such a detailed table of contents, because every time I took out pages and shut the book, I had to look to see where I need to put them back.

          -I would have to say that this is one of my favorite pages in the notebook, because it shows both the student and the parent extra projects that can be done to make this class last potentially for a full year, especially for those in the younger grades when state history is studied. And a list of resource ideas has been included!

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          B’s Thoughts (boy, age 15, officially in ninth grade and in public school):

          B is busy with public school, so you will not see many reviews from him.

          C’s Thoughts (girl, age 13, officially in seventh grade): 

          Here is what I liked about Chronicles of __ State History Notebook.

          1. It was cool there there was a page to write the state song.

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          Here is what I didn’t like about Chronicles of __ State History Notebook.

          1. You have to do a lot of writing and looking things up.

          2. It is really hard to draw and label the counties. Iowa has 99!

          3. You have to draw a lot of stuff like the state bird. It is really hard to get a nice drawing.

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          Recap of pertinent information!

          Product Link: Chronicles of __ State History Notebook, by Gladys Whitted

          Vendor Information Link: Hewitt Homeschooling Resources 

          Age Appeal: 3rd-8th Grade

          Format: 100 pages in a 3-ring binder, ISBN 978-0-913717-61-5

          Price: Please check the product link for current prices.

          Mama highly recommends this Hewitt Homeschooling Resources program to your family!

          Please click on the graphic below to learn what the other crew members on the review thought about this American History program and others.


          The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set and 200 Questions About American History set from Memoria Press (Review!)

          We received this product to review!

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          Ever since I was in high school, one of my favorite subjects to study has been American history. My favorite area to study is Western American History, but I also enjoy all American History. The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set based on H. A. Gueber’s book is a good overview class for 5th to 8th graders. This course from Memoria Press covers everything from the Native Americans and Norsemen to the Spanish-American War. It contains:

          • A 211 page book edited by Memoria Press and written by H. A. Guerber called The Thirteen Colonies and the Great Republic.
          • A Student Guide that has 32 lessons with special facts, vocabulary, comprehension questions to answer, and extra enrichment activities.
          • A Teacher Guide with answers to all of the questions and the tests (there is also a PDF download of the tests).

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          200 Questions About American History Set comes from Gueber’s book and Susan Wise Baur’s Story of the World, Volume 4 and has been written so everyone knows the most important American History. It contains:

          • The Student Book
          • Teacher Guide (with answers) (there is also a PDF download of the tests)
          • Flashcards (There are 150 Drill Questions, 30 Timeline Dates, 20 Notable Quotes, and 44 U.S Presidents.)

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          Our Experience: 

          I want C to have a good overview of American History before she goes into high school, because when she enters high school I would like her to choose the areas of history she would like to further explore. This is the perfect program for that.

          While this class is designed to last a year, there was no schedule provided for The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set. There was a schedule for the 200 Questions About American History Set, but it didn’t match with the other set. I decided to have C work on 2 lessons per week, since she is in 7th grade and can work quickly. She would spend one day reading the text and the next working on the vocabulary definitions and comprehension questions. She could also work on the map and timeline. This schedule worked for us.

          C did an excellent job doing the main bookwork. She now needs to work on completing the enrichment section. I’m going to have her work until Lesson 16, then she is going to work on all the enrichment activities and tests. It will be a chance to simply have fun with what she has learned. It will also be a good gauge to see how much she remembers. I want history to be fun for her, so she enjoys it as much as I have over the years.

          Mama’s Thoughts:

          -I really like The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic, by H. A. Gueber. The illustrations and text are easy enough for 5th graders to enjoy, but informative enough to keep the attention of 8th graders.

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          -The Student Guide was divided well with different activities. Each lesson was divided into Facts to Know, Vocabulary, Comprehension Questions, and Enrichment (map, timeline, research, composition, and primary source). All of the lessons contained the same sections, and the chapters to read in the textbook were at the top of the page. It also has an Appendix that contains 3 maps, a 13 Colonies chart, Mayflower Compact, “Paul Revere’s Ride,” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, a letter from George to Martha Washington, the Declaration of Independence, excerpts from Thomas Paine’s Common Sense, the United States Constitution, Emancipation Proclamation, Gettysburg Address,  and Daniel Webster’s Senate Speech, 1830.

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          -We haven’t utilized the Student Guide for the 200 Questions About American History Set, but C had a lot of fun asking me the different questions from the flashcards. I’m glad she asked me the questions, because I’ve forgotten quite a bit of important American History. I need to study the flashcards, so I can remember these important facts. Here is a photo of the Student Guide C will be working on soon.

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          B’s Thoughts (boy, age 15, officially in ninth grade and in public school):

          B is busy with public school, so you will not see many reviews from him.

          C’s Thoughts (girl, age 13, officially in seventh grade): 

          Here is what I like about The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set and 200 Questions About American History Set.

          1. I think it was nice that there are flash cards included with the books.

          2. The 200 Questions About American History book is really cool and interesting.

          3. The text book has a lot of good information, including things I never knew before. I didn’t know that Pennsylvania was named after William Penn.

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          4. In each lesson you locate places and add dates to a timeline.

          Here is what I didn’t like about The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set and 200 Questions About American History Set.

          1. It seemed to take me a long time to do some of the lessons, because the questions were harder.


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          Recap of pertinent information!

          Product Link: The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set and 200 Questions About American History Set

          Vendor Information Link: Memoria Press

          Age Appeal: 5th-8th Grade

          Format: All physical copies

          The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set contains a 211 page book edited by Memoria Press and written by H. A. Guerber called The Thirteen Colonies and the Great Republic, a Student Guide that has 32 lessons with special facts, vocabulary, comprehension questions to answer, and extra enrichment activities, and a Teacher Guide with answers to all of the questions and the tests (there is also a PDF download of the tests).

          200 Questions About American History Set contains the Student Book, Teacher Guide (with answers) (there is also a PDF download of the tests), and Flashcards (There are 150 Drill Questions, 30 Timeline Dates, 20 Notable Quotes, and 44 U.S Presidents.)

              Price: Please check the product link for current prices.

              Mama highly recommends these Memoria Press programs to your family!

              Please click on the graphic below to learn what the other crew members on the review thought about this American History program and others.