Saturday, July 7, 2012

Review Timeline of Classics - Awesome History Resource

Veteran homeschool mom Gail Ledbetter has taken her years of personal research and created an awesome history product to assist homeschool families. Timeline of Classics is a portable chronological index with the sole purpose of making your homeschool history lessons run more smoothly and efficiently.

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A moms review:
Timeline of Classics is an 82 page reference guide with books, plays and films which are categorized into 4 time periods Ancients, The Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, and The Modern World. 

Timeline Classics is a valuable resource for EVERY homeschool family. It will supplement any homeschool curriculum and work well with any learning style. It is a resource that your children will use for years to come maybe even in college. And if you skip around in your history studies like don't worry it works fine that way too. You can't beat the price either for this fabulous resource.

For each suggested resource you will find 4 columns: Time Period, Title, Author, Level(s). The level(s) are broken down by E for Elementary, M for Middle School and H for High School. 
There are also quotes from various authors and classical literature throughout the indexes.

It is so simple to use just open the chronological index, find the time period and subject then visit the library, bookstore or internet. No more spending hours trying to find books to go with your history lessons. I really like that the index is portable so I can put it on my phone and have a digital copy with me when I am on the go. And at home I can have a hard copy in a binder to highlight resources we have used, which is also a great way to keep records. 

Links to follow:
-Timeline of Classics Website
-Timeline of Classics Facebook page 
-Timeline of Classics Twitter page

-TOC Sample Pages

Where to buy:
The CD Data Disk can be purchased for $19.95 and Ebook for $16.95 and Coil Bound Book for $29.95. I received a copy of the CD and Ebook both are great and load as PDFs.

Check out Timeline of Classics for your self. They will be at these upcoming homeschool conventions.
Beaufort, SC (June 7 - 9) for the Coastal Home Educators Conference and  Matthews, NC (July 12 - 14) for the HINTS conference. Gail will also be speaking at both conferences as well.

*Disclaimer - I received a copy of Timeline of Classics in return for my honest review. Please note that prices indicated in the post are subject to change. I was not compensated for my review and all opinions are our own! Many of the links found on my side bars and in my blog posts are affiliate links. As a result, I might get paid money and I will most likely spend the money on homeschool supplies.

1 comment:

Sarah said...

This looks like a great resource.  thanks for sharing.

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