Mystery of History Homeschool Curriculum

The Mystery of History Curriculum is for all ages - children and adults. It is a classical, (based on the classics in literature, music, art and so on and follows a popular classical approach to learning empahsizing reading, writing, and research) and also chronological. It is a complete homeschool history curriculum with fun activities for younger ones, and tests and research projects for older students. (See more information on the Mystery of History- Brightideaspress)

The Mystery of History Series

Mystery of History Structure and Resources

The Mystery of History (MOH) Volumes are written by Linda Lacour Hobar - from a Christian, young-earth, perspective, teaching children to see God's hand throughout history...and how the Gospel of Jesus is the mystery behind all of history!

It is written in a conversational style in which the family will learn about a range of famous characters - mini-biographies integrated with events of the time period.

The history curriculum is arranged in quarters and weeks. Each quarter begins with a summary of events to introduce the time period;

The lessons progress chronologically - and each week has 3 main lessons, a pretest, a review and exercise or quiz. There are 108 lessons.

The activities are broken down by age group being based on the classical divisions of grammar, logic and rhetoric with reviews and material which goes into more depth as it moves through the stages.

Supplements to help you teach with MOH

Brightideaspress - has a wonderful set of supplementary materials to help you create a fully integrated education. 

Supplementary Products to Mystery of History Volume I: Creation to Resurrection.

History Resources you will find: 

  • A companion guide for MOH Volume 1
  • Coloring pages
  • Challenge Cards
  • Folderbook  Resources
  • Notebooking Pages
  • Audio CD
  • Timeline figures - History through the ages
  • Illuminations for volume 1 - a way to help you plan your study including writing assignments, copywork, spelling and much more.

History Resources to use with  MOH Volume 2

History Resources to use with MOH Volume 3

History Resources to use with MOH Volume 4

Mystery of History Resources from Amazon

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