None Like Him
By Jen Wilkin
A blog about living with Epilepsy, IBHS, Homeschooling and so much more
The Pilgrim Story shows students how the Pilgrims persevered with hard work and self-governance, along with their strong Christian characteristics. Through 5 units and 17 lessons, students learn about the conditions Pilgrims lived through on the Mayflower, the creation of the Mayflower Compact, life under the rule of King Henry, and more. Lessons include assessments, extra activities to expand learning and notebooking pages to use along with the provided audio of the class format. The course ends with a virtual field trip to Plymouth, MA, lead by The Pilgrim Story author, Mary Stauffer.
The Pilgrim Story was created to be used with students in grades 3-6. Homeschoolers who have advanced 2nd graders could also use this online program, as well as those with students above 6th grade level who haven’t had full instruction in the history of America’s birth.
This program provides everything a teacher needs for the course, as well as thorough lessons on America’s beginnings. The program also provides a thorough understanding of the creation of America on a biblical foundation. The Pilgrim Story is the perfect way to teach children more about America’s foundation and would be perfect for a structured-styled homeschooling family, or someone who is interested in thoroughly covering every aspect of America’s foundation.
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*Disclaimer – A six month subscription to The Pilgrim Story was provided to me by Dayspring Christian Academy and the Schoolhouse Review Crew in exchange for my honest opinion in a review. No money was exchanged. I am including this disclosure in accordance with FTC regulations.