Old Testament and Ancient Cultures through 63 B.C.
Q: What is the difference between the syllabus and the daily lesson plans?
A: The syllabus is the necessary guide to using the Connecting with History program. It contains all of the information that you need for a whole year of history studies for the whole family. It is written with a literature-based unit study approach. It has been used successfully by thousands of homeschooling families for the past eleven years.
If you like more guidance and structure to your homeschooling, the new daily lesson plan guide has been developed as a supplement to the syllabus. The daily lesson plans are written to coordinate with the Revised 2013 edition of the Connecting with History syllabus.