Middle Ages, Renaissance, Reformation and Epistles!- #ReformationDay Blog Series

Simply Charlotte Mason is generously giving away one copy of their Middle Ages, Renaissance, Reformation and Epistles family study handbook!!

If you are the type of individual who thrives on a routine but can get overwhelmed with the rigidity of a schedule, you will love this handbook!! However, this still works for the individual who thrives off of a rigid schedule as you could write in your dates!!
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In our personal homeschool, we do a lot of subjects together based off of the same Bible Principle being taught. The way Simply Charlotte Mason has the studies structured with a family read aloud and then additional readings for children to expand their learning, fits perfectly with how we operate!! If your homeschool is bent in this direction, too, this may be a perfect fit for you!

This is also a dream for bibliophiles! They have many books listed for reading {some books I have not heard of before}. I also love how the books are already categorized by time period and people in history. This makes it easy peasy for me to teach along the Christian History Timeline and also for organizing our books on our bookshelves!
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This giveaway ends on Friday October 25th at 3:00 pm!

Would you like enter for your chance to win a copy of this book by Simply Charlotte Mason?! Raffle Copter is below!

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*Full disclosure: I did receive a personal copy of this book for private use in exchange for a review. My review is my honest opinion of this product.


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