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The Story of the World Vol. 3: Early Modern Times, Revised Edition Student Pages

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Simplify your life with an extra set of consumables! If you have multiple students, this will save you both time and work. The Activity Book already contains one set and is a required resource for using these pages.

Introducing the 2020 Revised Edition of Volume 3: 

Product Overview

Skip the copying and purchase an additional set of Student Pages! The Activity Book already contains one set and is a required resource for using these pages, which do not include instructions or answers.

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.

 

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  1. Question

    Paris

    If I am purchasing the PDF format, will be able to make multiple copies for my co-op students?

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    Christen Sundberg

    Does the paperback version of the student pages have perferated pages? I’m debating between purchasing the digital download and get them spiral bound or 5 copies of the paperback. Thanks

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    • Answer Desk

      Yes, they are perforated.

      I would advise either getting the Student Pages bound and perforated paperback, or getting the PDF and printing as you go (or a few weeks ahead). Some of the SP need to be cut, so they’d have to be taken out of the spiral binding. And, while you’ll use all of the maps, there are 167 SP and you likely won’t use them all (there are a lot of activities so people can pick and choose). If you want bound copies of the year’s work (I have many!), you might consider printing pages as needed, putting the completed pages in page protectors, and then take them out and bind them at the end of the year. Same general process works for the printed book, and you can use the page protectors again the next year.

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    Denise Wyninger

    Which book/books would be best to get when teaching all the way from European exploration to the end of reconstruction? (6/7grade)

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    • Press Minion

      European exploration starts being discussed in the last several chapters of Volume 2 (Columbus, early voyages of exploration, the conquest of Mexico, the Lost Colony, etc). Volume 3 starts out with Jamestown and also the Spanish empire in South America, and proceeds from there. Volume 3 ends in 1850…and then the first few chapters of Volume 4 deal with the 1850s and 1860s around the world, including the United States civil war and reconstruction.

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