Time Capsule: Medieval England: You Are There

Time Capsule: Medieval England: You Are There


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Learning can and should be fun! With Time Capsule unit studies, your child will once again learn to love learning.
Time Capsule unit studies immerse your child in the daily life of whatever time period they are studying. They will get to wear the clothes, eat the food, perform the jobs, discover about the history, act in character, hear the music and the speech, learn about the geography, read about the people, and more.

The first unit study in this series is called Time Capsule: Medieval England. Designed for 2nd-8th grade, these lessons will immerse your child in the social hierarchy of feudal England. By the time they have completed this study, your child will have spent two weeks as a peasant, two weeks as a tradesman or a tradeswoman, two weeks as a knight or a lady-in-waiting, two weeks as a monk or nun, two weeks as a baron or a baroness, and two weeks as a king or queen. Your child won't only learn about the feudal system they will live it. We try to do everything possible to make your child feel like they have been transported back to the Middle
Ages without actually having a time machine!

Time Capsule lessons are great for all learning styles. Lessons are filled with hands-on, active, mind-engaging and body moving activities. Your child will learn about the Black Death, the Norman Conquest, the daily lives of medieval queens, the job of a stone mason, and much much more.

The taste of frumenty and baked pears, the sound of medieval music and the Old English language, the feeling of pride as your child crafts their very own sword and shield, the sight of themselves wearing period clothing, the fun of acting in a medieval drama... all of their senses are engaged.

The following subjects are covered in our Time Capsule: Medieval England Unit Study:

  • Logic
  • History
  • Reading
  • Literature
  • Writing
  • Photography
  • Social Studies
  • Drama
  • Science
  • Math
  • Geography
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Learn to Draw
  • Art Appreciation
  • Music Appreciation and more

The Time Capsule: Medieval England unit study contains 300 activities. They are designed to give you five lessons a day for twelve weeks. You may decide to use this curriculum exclusively for the 12 week period and let your child completely immerse themselves in this subject material. Or, you may decide to do your regular subjects in the morning and to do your Time Capsule lessons in the afternoon - or on Fridays only - or over summer vacation. There is no right or wrong way to use these lessons. Decide what you think will work best for your family.

Time Capsule lessons are also easy to teach. Each lesson contains a materials lists, details about any necessary prep work, and step-by-step instructions about how to complete the lesson. Read the material to your child and then follow the instructions. It couldn't be more straightforward. Most of the necessary materials are also easily found around the home, making lesson preparation quick and painless.

Facts about the Time Capsule: Medieval England unit study:

  • 300 engaging lessons
  • Contains 342 pages
  • Comes with a 62 page companion download containing maps, templates, scripts, logic puzzles and more
  • FREE access to a supplemental section on our website with even more learning fun!
  • 12 weeks worth of material
  • Most materials are easily found around the home or are simple to purchase - making lesson preparation quick and painless
  • Good for all learning styles
  • Geared for 2nd-8th grades
  • Great for boys AND girls!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988544437
Publisher: Inquisitive Minds Press
Publication date: 08/08/2013
Series: Time Capsule , #1
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.73(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Michelle Caskey has been a homeschooling mom to two wonderful boys named Ben and Sam for 11 years. She is the author of the Learn and Grow Preschool Curriculum, Teach Me About God, and is a contributing writer for Homeschooling Today Magazine. She also has a website called www.homeschool-your-boys.com as well as a Facebook page (www.facebook.com/HomeschoolYourBoys). Her desire is that her website will be a place where parents will be inspired to teach their sons in an environment which will most engage their minds and their hearts.

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