The American Heritage Education Foundation

So patriotic...
So factual...
So Biblical...
So historical...
That's right folks! AHEF curriculum is FREE for the taking!
From their website:
Our Mission
AHEF is a non-profit, non-partisan educational
foundation dedicated to the understanding and teaching of America's factual and
philosophical heritage to promote constructive citizenship and Freedom, Unity,
Progress, and Responsibility among our students and citizens.

accomplishes this patriotic mission by writing, producing, and distributing FREE
K-12 lesson plans to teachers, students, and families in all 50 states and
through additional initiatives, programs, and partnerships.
There are 3 levels in this curriculum, elementary, middle school and high school. This curriculum is so well written that I think when we use it for our studies (we are in ancient Greece right now) we will probably use the elementary level. (There are plenty of big words!)
In the beginning of the lessons, there is a list that breaks it down: purpose, objective, theme, core knowledge, time, materials and preparation. There are activities, writings, games and worksheets to do in some of the lessons. I think the lessons are kind of like unit studies.
This is definitely something you can use with children of several ages.
Place your order and get a free CD (includes all grade levels) or pay $19.50 per level for a printed version. You can see some lessons through links on this page.
Disclaimer: I was given a free copy to review for TOS.


Beautiful Mess said...

WOW! I will have to check that out!

Beautiful Mess said...

Found this site through another blog-thought you might like it--


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