From Adam to Us (2016)
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In 2015, we released a digital version of From Adam to Us in installments.
The complete print version of the curriculum was released in 2016.
Printables and Links
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Unit 5 - Family Activity
Here is a PDF file with cards to print for the Carthaginian Traders Game.
Unit 7 - Family Activity
Here is the script for the "Aesop Has the Fox to Tea" play.
Unit 8 - Family Activity
Here is an image you can use to create your Spices of the World Map
Unit 16 - Family Activity
Here are the printable pages for the Mansa Musa's Caravan activity.
Unit 22 - Family Activity
Here are the cards you can print out for Let's Go to London game.
Unit 25 - Family Activity
Here is a link to a collection of stories by Hans Christian Andersen.
Unit 26 - Family Activity
Here is a printable image for the Eiffel Tower Collage.
Unit 27 - Family Activity
Here are game cards and blank slips for the Should Have Called It Game.
Unit 6 - Lesson 27
The Student Workbook page for Lesson 27 has an error. Clue #8 should read "Josiah died after being wounded in battle against an Egyptian army that later fought here."
Unit 13 - Lesson 64
The Temple of Inscriptions at Palenque is not the tallest pyramid in Central America (pages 427-428). The Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico is the tallest standing pyramid in Central America.
Suggestions for Co-ops and Other Group Classes