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The Story of the World Vol. 1: Ancient Times, Student Pages
The Activity Book already contains one set of Student Pages. If you need additional Student Pages for use in your family, you’re free to make copies from the Activity Book. But many parents find it easier to skip the photocopier and simply purchase this additional set of Volume 1 Student Pages.
The Student Pages are the removable pages in the second part of the Activity Book. These are given to the student to complete for each chapter of study. Student Pages include maps, puzzles, games, and, in Volumes 1-3, review cards and coloring pages. In Volume 4, timeline figures and outline pages designed for slightly older students replace the review cards and coloring pages.
The instructions for the parent/teacher are not included in these Student Pages. Those instructions (and much more!) are found in the first section of the Activity Book.
You can get this product as a handy downloadable PDF so that you can reprint them again, and again, and again…(doesn’t every room in your house need its own picture of a Spartan Warrior?) Or you can choose a shrink-wrapped packet of loose-leaf papers that are 3-hole punched and ready to go into any standard three-ring binder.
The Student Pages in PDF format may take several minutes to download.
Note: A printer error in September 2018 showed an incorrect price on the front cover. The correct price is still the one shown here on our website.
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