King Alfred’s English
State History By A Helping Hand
Want your child to absorb more history than you ever thought
possible or to actually think grammar is intriguing? Give him
King Alfred’s English!
Did you know:
was . . . French! Seriously.
won’t believe how they used to pronounce it.
•;It;was;once;punishable;by;death;to;translate;even portions of
the Bible into English! Yikes!
James Bible is the translation work of just one man. Who
King Alfred’s English gives you history, intrigue, decapitations, heroes of the faith, apologetics, language studies, and
lots of humor—all written in an easy-to-read, conversational
Check out our unique US History/Geography Study!
Study your way through all fifty states in order of statehood,
inserting a more detailed study of your own state when you
reach it chronologically!
Grades 3–12 will use the two Fifty States books simultaneously.
Fifty States Under God—Learn what our country was like
during its growing period. Four pages per state, timeline, progressive map study, state symbol pictures for all 50 states.
Geography of the Fifty States—Learn US geographical regions
and features. Compare state by state growth with geographical
regions and see how geography affected history!
State History from a Christian Perspective (choose your own
pictures provided in Student Booklet. Master Lesson Plan tells
what to do each day and how to individualize difficulty level.
Age 3 - Grade 2 will love to learn with our color-cut-paste
Fifty States Under God for Young Learners introduces the
states in the order of statehood.
My State History Funbook provides an introduction to the
student’s own state.
Teach age 3–grade 12 together.