History Quest: Early Times


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History Quest: Early Times | Homeschool History Book from Pandia Press

Pages: 516

Grade level: appropriate for 1st – 4th grade as a read-aloud, 5th grade+ as an independent read

Book type: Narrative history book with many backline drawing illustrations and maps

Through an exciting and rich narrative, History Quest: Early Times takes you on a journey into the past to experience the rise and fall of ancient civilizations and empires. In this homeschool history book, you’ll visit faraway places to meet and learn from everyday folks, famous world leaders, and even a few mythological characters.

Designed as a read-aloud for elementary-age children, an independent read for older students, or a journey of exciting adventures for family storytime, the series presents an immersive study of history in an engaging and memorable format.

History Hop! in History Quest: Early Times

In every chapter you will find a History Hop! that takes you on an imaginary journey back in time to meet historical characters and visit historical places. Below are a few of the people and places you will visit in Early Times:

Paleolithic Times - History Quest: Early Times

Paleolithic Times

Share in a campfire breakfast with a Paleolithic family.
Ancient China in History Quest: Early Times

Ancient China

Enjoy tea time with the legendary Silk Mother, Empress Leizu [lay-ZOO].
Mesoamerica, hero twins, history quest: early times


Watch the legendary Hero Twins play an exciting ball game.
Classical Greece, History Quest: Early Times

Classical Greece

Chat with “Simon the Shoemaker” and Socrates at the Agora in Athens.
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