Our Christian Homeschool Curriculum

Below is more information about the elementary, junior high, and high school grade level courses available. Information for each course will include suggested grade levels, cost, description, and a listing of the materials used. Linked course names will take you to a “look inside” of the primary text.

CURRICULUM

#10010 Independent Bible Course

Suggested Grade Level:

K - 12

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Christian Liberty understands that Christians hold various theological views, not all of which are in agreement with our own. Therefore, we allow families to construct their own independent Bible course if the choices we offer do not meet their needs.

Course Materials:

Families choosing to take our Independent Bible course must use the Holy Bible as their primary text, regardless of what other materials are used. Those selecting this course will receive course instructions stating what CLASS requires, as well as what must be submitted in order for a final grade (determined by CLASS) to be awarded.

The Independent Bible course may be assigned at each grade level throughout the CLASS program.

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#19605 Bible Treasures: Genesis to Ruth

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Focusing on the first half of the Old Testament, this course contains stories, memory verses, questions, and catechism memorization in order to help students understand God’s wonderful plan of redemption.

Course Materials:

Bible Treasures: Genesis to Ruth | ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 251 pages

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#19610 Bible Treasures: 1 Samuel to Malachi

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Focusing on the second half of the Old Testament, this course contains stories, memory verses, questions, and catechism memorization in order to help students understand God’s wonderful plan of redemption.

Course Materials:

Bible Treasures: 1 Samuel to Malachi | ©2014 Christian Liberty Press | 266 pages

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#19615 Bible Treasures: New Testament

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Focusing on the New Testament, this course contains stories, memory verses, questions, and catechism memorization in order to help students understand God’s wonderful plan of redemption.

Course Materials:

Bible Treasures: New Testament | ©2015 Christian Liberty Press | 303 pages

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#19535 Studying God's Word: Book D

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course examines the life of Jesus Christ from His birth to His ascension. Comprehension is evaluated through lesson questions and passage-related activities.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Studying God’s Word: Book D | ©1993 Christian Liberty Press | 139 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1993 Christian Liberty Press | 30 pages

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#19540 Studying God's Word Book E: Genesis - Ruth

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course examines select stories from Genesis to Ruth, as well as background information for each book in the first half of the Old Testament. Comprehension is evaluated through lesson, thought, and review questions.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Studying God’s Word: Book E, 2nd edition | ©1992 Christian Liberty Press | 208 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1992 Christian Liberty Press | 27 pages

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#19550 Studying God's Word Book F

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course examines select passages from the books of Samuel and Kings, Daniel, Esther, and Nehemiah, as well as background information for each book in the second half of the Old Testament. Comprehension is evaluated through lesson, thought, and review questions.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Studying God’s Word: Book F | ©1992 Christian Liberty Press | 219 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1992 Christian Liberty Press | 27 pages

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#19565 Studying God’s Word Book G

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course examines the four Gospels and provides a chronological overview of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. It contains lesson, thought, and review questions, as well as timeline charts and background outlines on the Gospels.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Studying God’s Word: Book G | ©1991 Christian Liberty Press | 209 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1994 Christian Liberty Press | 29 pages

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#19570 Studying God’s Word Book H

Suggested Grade Level:

7th - 10th

Academic Credit:

1.0 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course covers the book of the Acts of the Apostles. It contains lesson, thought, and review questions, as well as occasional map exercises.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Studying God’s Word: Book H | ©1992 Christian Liberty Press | 195 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1992 Christian Liberty Press | 26 pages
• Test Packet – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#19590 The Life of Christ

Suggested Grade Level:

8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides students with an overview of the earthly ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ, leading up to His crucifixion. It concludes with Christ’s resurrection and ascension and their implications for the lives of both believers and unbelievers.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Life of Christ | ©2002 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 94 pages
• Answer Key – ©2002 Christian Liberty Press | 13 pages
• Test Packet – ©2006 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#17115 Ephesians: A Study Manual

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 10th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides a section by section study of the book of Ephesians, with thought questions for reflection and discussion.

Course Materials:

Ephesians: A Study Manual | ©1987 Presbyterian and Reformed | 108 pages

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#19650 Journey Through the Bible: Book 1

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course focuses on the Pentateuch and historical books of the Old Testament. Using a systematic approach, students will gain a general knowledge of the scriptures and apply what they read to their lives.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Journey Through the Bible: Book 1, 2nd edition | ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 133 pages
• Workbook – Journey Through the Bible: Book 1, Student Exercises, 2nd edition | ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 168 pages
• Answer Key – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 45 pages
• Test Packet – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#19655 Journey Through the Bible: Book 2

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course focuses on the wisdom and prophetic books of the Old Testament. Using a systematic approach, students will gain a general knowledge of the scriptures and apply what they read to their lives.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Journey Through the Bible: Book 2, 2nd edition | ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 159 pages
• Workbook – Journey Through the Bible: Book 2, Student Exercises, 2nd edition | ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 168 pages
• Answer Key – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 42 pages
• Test Packet – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#19645 Journey Through the Bible: Book 3

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course focuses on the entire New Testament. Using a systematic approach, students will gain a general knowledge of the scriptures and apply what they read to their lives.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Journey Through the Bible: Book 3 | ©2015 Christian Liberty Press | 238 pages
• Workbook – Journey Through the Bible: Book 3, Student Exercises | ©2015 Christian Liberty Press | 168 pages
• Answer Key – ©2015 Christian Liberty Press | 39 pages
• Test Packet – ©2015 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#12958 The Kingdom of God, 1st half

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This Old Testament survey course covers the books of Moses (Genesis through Deuteronomy); historical accounts from Joshua to the first parts of 2 Kings; and the poetic books Job, Psalms, Proverbs, and the Song of Solomon.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Kingdom of God | ©1958 Christian Schools International | 244 pages (no longer available in print; must already have text)
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2003 Christian Liberty Press | 103 pages
• Test Packet – ©2006 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#12953 The Kingdom of God, 2nd half

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course continues its survey of the Old Testament by covering the latter parts of 2 Kings, Chronicles, Esther, Ezra, Nehemiah, Ecclesiastes, and the sixteen prophetic books.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Kingdom of God | ©1958 Christian Schools International | 244 pages (no longer available in print; must already have text)
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2003 Christian Liberty Press | 103 pages
• Test Packet – ©2006 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#19595 The Book of Job Unfolded

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course unfolds the book of Job in summary fashion, interwoven with the author’s commentary and pastoral exhortation and encouragement.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Book of Job Unfolded | ©1996 Christian Liberty Press | 131 pages
• Answer Key – ©1996 Christian Liberty Press | 11 pages

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#12190 The Attributes of God

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

Basic Bible Knowledge

Description:

This course provides a systematic study of the attributes of God from a reformed perspective. In this study, the author explains God’s uniqueness, decrees, knowledge, foreknowledge, supremacy, sovereignty, immutability, holiness, power, faithfulness, goodness, grace, mercy, love, and wrath. The study also includes a consideration of the appropriate human response given an understanding of God’s attributes.

Course Materials:

The Attributes of God | ©1975 Baker Book House | 123 pages

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#72990 The Church in History

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course covers the broad scope of church history, beginning with the birth of the New Testament Church. It then examines the Church during the Middle Ages, during and after the Reformation, and finally how it has progressed into the New World (up until the late twentieth century).

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Church in History | ©1964 Christian Schools International | 412 pages
• Answer Key – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 37 pages
• Test Packet – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#10090 Manual of Christian Doctrine

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

Basic Bible Knowledge

Description:

Students in this course will examine the doctrines of Revelation, God (being and works), Man, Christ, Redemption, the Church, and Last Things from a Reformed perspective (with selected alternative views occasionally presented); as well as look at the Heidelberg Catechism. In this text, Louis Berkhof has distilled his major work, Systematic Theology, by presenting doctrines in an outline format for easier understanding by younger students.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Manual of Christian Doctrine, 2nd edition | ©2003 Christian Liberty Press | 168 pages
• Answer Key – ©2004 Christian Liberty Press | 53 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 7 tests

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#19695 Calvinism, Hyper-Calvinism, and Arminianism

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

Basic Bible Knowledge

Description:

In this course, the author seeks to protect the church against damaging doctrines. Traditional Calvinism is explained and defended, and Hyper-Calvinism and Arminianism are refuted in subjects such as the sovereignty of God, the atonement of Christ, and the perseverance of the saints.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Calvinism, Hyper-Calvinism, and Arminianism | ©2000 Christian Liberty Press | 138 pages
• Answer Key – ©2000 Christian Liberty Press | 12 pages

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#17110 Every Thought Captive

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

Basic Bible Knowledge

Description:

Students will learn the structure and method for defending their faith in Jesus Christ and for evangelizing their neighbors. Such apologetics is accomplished by both presenting the biblical worldview, with evidence, and by using the non-Christian’s view against him.

Course Materials:

Every Thought Captive | ©1979 Presbyterian and Reformed | 142 pages

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#39615 Building Spelling Skills 1

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops a student’s spelling ability by using phonics rules to form its word lists. These rules include: short and long vowel sounds, double consonants, special blends, digraphs “oo” and “or,” diphthongs, word endings, prefixes, suffixes, and compound words. Word bank exercises, crosswords, fill-in-the-blank, writing practice, rhyming exercises, and other activities are used to provide variety while helping the student gain familiarity with how words and sentences are constructed.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Building Spelling Skills: Book 1, 2nd edition | ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 127 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 18 pages

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#39625 Building Spelling Skills 2

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

After a review of basic phonics and spelling patterns, this course explores a variety of consonant combinations, blends, digraphs, the spelling of certain peculiar phonetic sounds, and larger word parts. It ends with spelling words incorporated into reading selections.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Building Spelling Skills: Book 2, 2nd edition | ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 127 pages
• Answer Key – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 40 pages

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#39635 Building Spelling Skills 3

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course builds on the phonics rules and instructs students how to spell words with beginning consonant sounds, consonant blends, consonant digraphs, vowel digraphs, diphthongs “ou” and “ow”; words with “ar” and “or”; word endings; words with “ar,” “ir,” and “ur”; and diphthongs “oi” and “oy.”

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Building Spelling Skills: Book 3, 2nd edition | ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 131 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 42 pages

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#39645 Building Spelling Skills 4

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses phonics principles as it teaches words with suffixes “-tion” and “-ion,” silent “e” words, word endings, spelling the three sounds of “wh” and “ch,” consonant digraphs with “f” and “ph,” prefixes, compound words, and irregular spellings. Vocabulary-building is emphasized through contextual exercises. Word-bank, crossword, fill-in-the-blank, and other exercises are included to help students gain familiarity with how words and sentences are constructed.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Building Spelling Skills: Book 4, 2nd edition | ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 122 pages
• Answer Key – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 35 pages

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#39655 Building Spelling Skills Book 5

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course departs from the the use of phonics rules and presents spelling words in groups according to various domains of knowledge. Domains include (but are not limited to) world and U.S. geography, astronomy, anatomy, health, law, economics, music, buildings, and animals.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Building Spelling Skills: Book 5, 2nd edition | ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 126 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 45 pages

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#39625 Building Spelling Skills 6

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course focuses on words with difficult sounds or endings; suffix rules; and English, Latin, and Greek prefixes. In addition, students will learn how to discriminate between synonyms and how to change accents.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Building Spelling Skills: Book 6, 2nd edition | ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 121 pages
• Answer Key – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 43 pages

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#39675 Building Spelling Skills 7

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course focuses exclusively on word building with prefixes and suffixes. In addition to simply spelling words, students are exposed in each unit to more in-depth information about word meaning. They are also required to demonstrate understanding by correctly using words in sentences.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Building Spelling Skills: Book 7, 2nd edition | ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 130 pages
• Answer Key – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 49 pages

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#39625 Building Spelling Skills 8

Suggested Grade Level:

8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course teaches many of the most important root words from foundational languages such as Latin, French, Greek, Spanish, American Indian, and Dutch. The exercises in the workbook include matching words to their definitions, root words or origins, and using the words in sentences.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Building Spelling Skills: Book 8, 2nd edition | ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 122 pages
• Answer Key – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 35 pages

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#42420 English 2: Writing and Grammar

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course combines grammar and writing (in alternating chapters) to teach students both the mechanics and the use of English. Grammar topics emphasize nouns, action verbs, pronouns, adjectives, and study and reference skills; while the writing exercises focus on the basics of how to write sentences, poetry, a personal story, friendly letter, and more.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – English 2: Writing and Grammar, 3rd edition | ©2017 Bob Jones University Press | 387 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 65 pages

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#42430 English 3: Writing and Grammar

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course combines grammar and writing to teach students both the mechanics and the use of English. Chapters range from learning about sentences and the parts of speech to writing poems, instructions for a game, book reviews, persuasive essays, friendly letters, and research reports.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – English 3: Writing and Grammar, 3rd edition | ©2021 Bob Jones University Press | 386 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 60 pages
• Test Packet – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 14 tests

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#40235 Language 3

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course focuses on writing complete sentences; learning basic grammar (e.g., punctuation, parts of speech, synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms); writing creatively; and using a dictionary.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Writing and Grammar Work-text Language 3, 5th edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 201 pages
• Answer Key – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 77 pages
• Test Packet – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 15 tests

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#42440 English 4: Writing and Grammar

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course combines grammar and writing to teach students both the mechanics and the use of English. Grammar topics include a study of sentences with some diagramming, nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, and study and research skills. Writing topics use the five-step writing process and include: acrostic poems, book reviews, story writing, tall tales, compare-contrast essays, and research reports.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – English 4: Writing and Grammar, 3rd edition | ©2022 Bob Jones University Press | 390 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2022 Christian Liberty Press | 65 pages
• Test Packet – ©2022 Christian Liberty Press | 14 tests

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#40445 Language 4

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

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#42350 English 5: Writing and Grammar

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course combines grammar and writing (in alternating chapters) to teach students both the mechanics and the use of English. Grammar topics include a study of sentences with some diagramming, nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and references skills. Writing topics use the five-step writing process and include: comparative-contrast essays, persuasive business letters, diamantes, sense poems, personal narratives, book reviews, research reports, and more.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – English 5: Writing and Grammar, 2nd edition | ©2010 Bob Jones University Press | 380 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 63 pages
• Test Packet – ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 16 tests

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#40350 God's Gift of Language B

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course continues the study of the parts of speech, capitalization, word choice, and punctuation. It also expands a student’s exposure to writing through writing different types of sentences, letters, paragraphs, outlines, and book reports. In addition, students are taught how to use a dictionary, thesaurus, and encyclopedia. Sentence diagramming is included.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – God’s Gift of Language B, 3rd edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 316 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 130 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 14 tests

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#42360 English 6: Writing and Grammar

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course combines grammar and writing (in alternating chapters) to teach students both the mechanics and the use of English. Grammar topics include a study of sentences with some diagramming, nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and references skills. Writing topics will teach students to write personal narratives, newspaper editorials, instructions, research reports, historical fiction, compare-contrast essays, limericks, free verse, and cover letters.

Course Materials:

 Workbook – English 6: Writing and Grammar, 2nd edition | ©2012 Bob Jones University Press | 388 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 67 pages
• Test Packet – ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 16 tests

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#40360 God's Gift of Language C

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course continues the student’s review of the parts of speech, capitalization, and punctuation, as well as the use of sentence diagramming. It also furthers study of the writing process by teaching the student about different types of sentences and the process of writing a research report. A student writer’s handbook is featured at the back of the text.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – God’s Gift of Language C, 3rd edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 300 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 111 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#49615 Applications of Grammar 1

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course lays a foundation for effective communication with the English language. Students will learn the basics of English grammar, including the definition and usage of the eight parts of speech. In addition, students will examine how these parts are to be properly used in phrases, clauses, and sentences. Correct sentence structure, diagramming, pronoun usage, and forming good paragraphs are also emphasized.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Applications of Grammar Book 1: Basics for Communicating Effectively | ©1996 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 262 pages
• Answer Key – ©1996 Christian Liberty Press | 71 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 18 tests

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#40175 Grammar and Composition I

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course will help students to master and apply proper grammar mechanics by focusing on punctuation, capitalization, and verb usage. Diagramming, research skills, and an in depth study of the eight parts of speech are also included. A convenient end-of-book handbook of all grammar rules learned throughout the course is included at the end of the text.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Grammar and Composition I Work-text, 6th edition | ©2017 Abeka Book Publishers | 327 pages
• Teacher Key – Grammar and Composition I Work-text Teacher Key, 6th edition | ©2017 Abeka Book Publishers | 359 pages
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#49625 Applications of Grammar 2

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 10th

Academic Credit:

0.5 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course focuses on reviewing the basics of English grammar. Topics include parts of speech, vocabulary building, diagramming and writing sentences, verb conjugation, subject-verb agreement, using phrases and clauses properly, and the basics of good composition.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Applications of Grammar Book 2: Structure for Communicating Effectively | ©1996 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 256 pages
• Answer Key – ©1996 Christian Liberty Press | 43 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#40185 Grammar and Composition 2

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 10th

Academic Credit:

0.5 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course offers a study of English grammar and usage with emphasis on written communication skills. Grammar and usage topics include capitalization, punctuation, sentence structure and diagramming, verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections. Composition topics include manuscript form; the writing process; using a library; making an outline; constructing paragraphs; writing summaries, book reports, descriptions, and research papers; and improving writing style.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Grammar and Composition II Worktext, 6th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 396 pages
• Teacher Key – Grammar and Composition II Worktext Teacher Key, 6th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 411 pages
• Practice Tests – Grammar and Composition II Student Quizzes/Tests, 6th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 22 quizzes & 12 tests
• CLASS Test Packet – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 11 tests

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#49635 Applications of Grammar 3

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

In this course, the student will study parts of speech, writing mechanics and style, sentence structure, and clause types. In addition, the student will begin to learn how to apply these elements by composing short stories and essays of various types. This course also introduces the student to the basics of developing a writing style, as well as to journalistic and figurative writing.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Applications of Grammar Book 3: Analysis of Effective Communication | ©1998 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 317 pages
• Answer Key – ©1998 Christian Liberty Press | 59 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#40290 Grammar and Composition 3

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course offers a study of English grammar and usage with emphasis on written communication skills. Grammar and usage topics include capitalization, punctuation, sentence structure and diagramming, verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections. Composition topics include manuscript form; the writing process; library research; making an outline; constructing paragraphs; expository writing; improving writing style; and writing précis, book reports, letters, and character and type sketches.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Grammar and Composition III Worktext, 5th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 435 pages
• Teacher Key – Grammar and Composition III Worktext Teacher Key, 5th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 466 pages
• Test Packet – Grammar and Composition III Student Quizzes/Tests, 5th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 29 quizzes & 12 tests

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#49130 Jensen's Grammar

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course offers a study of grammar usage and structure in 75 lessons with a focus on good sentence composition. Course includes 15 in-book tests.

Course Materials:

• Workbook 1 – Jensen’s Grammar, Part 1, 4th edition | ©2000 Wordsmiths | 79 pages
• Workbook 2 – Jensen’s Grammar, Part 2, 3rd edition | ©1998 Wordsmiths | 79 pages
• Workbook 3 – Jensen’s Grammar, Part 3, 4th edition | ©1999 Wordsmiths | 79 pages

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#49740 Applications of Grammar 4

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course is designed as a review of the basic elements of effective writing and a reinforcement of the fundamentals of grammar. This course is essentially divided in two parts—composition and grammar. The first part emphasizes the thinking process and develops a sound writing strategy. These basic elements of effective writing are then applied to writing an essay, a research paper, and an article of opinion. The second part focuses on grammar, highlighting various grammatical issues that are challenging or prone to error.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Applications of Grammar Book 4: Principles of Effective Communication | ©2018 (updated ed) Christian Liberty Press | 276 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 60 pages
• Test Packet – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 15 tests

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#40195 Grammar and Composition 4

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course offers a study of English grammar and usage with emphasis on written communication skills. Grammar and usage topics include capitalization, punctuation, sentence structure and diagramming, verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections. Composition topics include manuscript form; the writing process; using a dictionary; usage and diction; library research; making an outline; expository writing; improving writing style; and writing paragraphs, critical book reviews, précis, research papers, and character and type sketches.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Grammar and Composition IV Worktext, 4th edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 424 pages
• Teacher Key – Grammar and Composition IV Worktext Teacher Key, 4th edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 447 pages
• Test Packet – Grammar and Composition IV Student Quizzes/Tests, 4th edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 20 quizzes & 12 tests

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#49650 Applications of Grammar 5

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course emphasizes the advanced principles of grammar and creative writing as well as vocabulary and spelling development. Students will study compound, concrete, abstract, and collective nouns; subject-verb agreement; transitive and intransitive verbs; subordinating conjunctions; adverbial, adjective, and elliptical clauses; appositives; and tense, voice, and mood of verbs. Student will then apply these concepts in the composition of various types of paragraphs and a research paper.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Applications of Grammar Book 5: Developing Communication Skills | ©1994 Christian Liberty Press | 127 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1994 Christian Liberty Press | 101 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#49660 Applications of Grammar 6

Suggested Grade Level:

12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides continued training in the advanced principles of grammar, punctuation, and composition, in addition to vocabulary and spelling development. Students will study participial phrases; gerunds; infinitives; various types of clauses; compound sentences; conjunctive adverbs; reflexive, intensive, and indefinite pronouns; grammatical agreement; voice, tense, mood, and conjugation of verbs; and figurative language. Composition projects teach students how to write narrative, descriptive, and argumentative paragraphs, and how to outline and write an essay.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Applications of Grammar Book 6: Mastering Communication Skills | ©1995 Christian Liberty Press | 211 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1995 Christian Liberty Press | 163 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 16 tests

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#28820 Adventures in Phonics: Level C

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course concludes the formal study of phonics. It reviews sounds, blends, digraphs, and diphthongs. It also covers prefixes and suffixes, plurals, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, apostrophe usage, syllables, and pronunciation. Drill, repetition, and writing activities are used to help ensure comprehension.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Adventures in Phonics: Level C, 2nd edition | ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 188 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – Adventures in Phonics: Level C Teacher’s Manual, 2nd edition | ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 91 pages

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#39905 In the Beginning

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course is the first of two devoted to manuscript style handwriting (modified Palmer method). Students work on following oral directions through interspersed games and activities; penmanship motor skills are strengthened through tracing shapes and drawing lines, circling or crossing out objects, and finally moving on to writing both upper and lower-case letters.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – In the Beginning | ©2004 John Francis Shanahan | 60 pages
• Instructions – Guidelines for Teaching Handwriting | ©2005 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 7 pages
• Practice Pad – Christian Liberty Press | 35 sheets

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#39910 Writing with Diligence

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course continues to develop manuscript style handwriting (modified Palmer method). Students continue to develop proper penmanship skills by practicing capital and lower-case letters, basic punctuation, and the numbers 1-10. Words and simple sentences are also introduced.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Writing with Diligence | ©2004 John Francis Shanahan | 76 pages
• Instructions – Guidelines for Teaching Handwriting | ©2005 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 7 pages
• Practice Pad – Christian Liberty Press | 35 sheets

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#28710 Christian Liberty Nature Reader 2

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course entices young students with stories about crabs, wasps, bees, spiders, shellfish, and worms to increase their knowledge of God’s wonderful creation. Vocabulary skills are developed through exposure to new words and review questions are found at the end of each chapter to promote comprehension.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Christian Liberty Nature Reader 2, 3rd edition | ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 186 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 13 pages

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#28815 Adventures in Phonics: Level B

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course continues the formal study of phonics, covering topics such as blends, digraphs, diphthongs, silent letters, and more. It also introduces syllables, apostrophes, synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms. Drill, repetition, and writing activities are used to help ensure comprehension.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Adventures in Phonics: Level B, 2nd edition | ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 230 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – Adventures in Phonics: Level B Teacher’s Manual, 2nd edition | ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 120 pages

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#20405 Fun with Friends

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension and vocabulary building through a collection of stories highlighting Christian character traits that develop phonics skills and introduce basic literary terms.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Fun with Friends | ©2017 Abeka Book Publishers | 153 pages
• Answer Key – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 9 pages

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#39920 Writing with Prayer

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

After a brief review of manuscript style handwriting (modified Palmer method), this course covers the basics of cursive-style penmanship (modified Zaner-Bloser method). Students learn capital and lower-case letters, and practice by writing words, phrases, and short sentences.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Writing with Prayer, 2nd edition | ©2003 Christian Liberty Press | 91 pages
• Instructions – Guidelines for Teaching Handwriting | ©2005 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 7 pages
• Practice Pad – Christian Liberty Press | 35 sheets

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#39910 Writing with Grace

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course continues to develop cursive writing skills (modified Zaner-Bloser method) by focusing on the most difficult capital and lower-case letters. In addition to repetition, games, practice sentences, and activities are used to reinforce these skills. Manuscript handwriting is also reviewed through practical applications, such as filling out various registration forms.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Writing with Grace, 2nd edition | ©2004 Christian Liberty Press | 60 pages
• Instructions – Guidelines for Teaching Handwriting | ©2005 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 7 pages
• Practice Pad – Christian Liberty Press | 35 sheets

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#20395 Of Places Literature

Suggested Grade Level:

8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides a thematic study of classic literature, primarily written by English and American authors. The selections of fiction and non-fiction stories and poetry are arranged in units by settings. Locations highlighted include At Home, At School, Throughout America, Around the World, About the Sea, and Upon the Mountains. Featured authors include Christie, Whittier, Frost, Longfellow, Irving, Wesley, Kipling, Hawthorne, O. Henry, and Dickinson. A separate booklet of supplementary lessons published by Christian Liberty Press introduces literary terms such as plot and climax, personification, simile and metaphor, rhythm and meter, allusion, rhyme scheme, and apostrophe.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Of Places Literature, 5th edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 409 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 40 pages
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#20390 Of People Literature

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides a thematic study of classic literature, primarily written by English and American authors. The selections of fiction and non-fiction short stories, biographies, and poems are arranged in units by themes such as Families and Friends, Explorers, Patriots, Men and Women of Faith, Artists and Musicians, Sportsmen, and Legendary Heroes. Featured authors include Dickinson, Kipling, Bunyan, Whittier, Dickens, Wilder, Longfellow, and O. Henry. Famous people and legends highlighted in the stories include William Tell, Casey Jones, Paul Revere, Clara Barton, Daniel Boone, Columbus, Thomas Edison, Johnny Appleseed, Florence Nightingale, Sherlock Holmes, and King Arthur.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Of People Literature, 5th edition | ©2017 Abeka Book Publishers | 384 pages
• Answer Key – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 29 pages
• Test Packet – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#20400 Of Places Literature

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 10th

Academic Credit:

0.5 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides a thematic study of classic literature, primarily written by English and American authors. The selections of fiction and non-fiction stories and poetry are arranged in units by settings. Locations highlighted include At Home, At School, Throughout America, Around the World, About the Sea, and Upon the Mountains. Featured authors include Christie, Whittier, Frost, Longfellow, Irving, Wesley, Kipling, Hawthorne, O. Henry, and Dickinson. A separate booklet of supplementary lessons published by Christian Liberty Press introduces literary terms such as plot and climax, personification, simile and metaphor, rhythm and meter, allusion, rhyme scheme, and apostrophe.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Of Places Literature, 5th edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 409 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 40 pages
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#20320 Themes in Literature, 1st Half

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides a thematic study of classic literature, primarily but not exclusively by English and American authors. Themes covered are truth and wisdom, courage, humility, justice, temperance, Christmas, joy and peace, beauty, faith and hope, love, and time and eternity. Lessons on literary terms, such as personification, allusion, foreshadowing, irony, and tone are presented through the supplemental lessons booklet. Featured authors include Tolstoy, Shakespeare, à Kempis, Tennyson, Hawthorne, Carroll, Twain, Frost, Dickinson, O. Henry, Longfellow, Milton, Bunyan, and Wordsworth.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Themes in Literature, 4th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 384 pages
• Supplemental Lessons – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 21 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 39 pages
• Test Packet – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 4 tests

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#20324 Themes in Literature, 2nd Half

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

Themes in Literature, 1st half

Description:

This course provides a thematic study of classic literature, primarily but not exclusively by English and American authors. Themes covered are truth and wisdom, courage, humility, justice, temperance, Christmas, joy and peace, beauty, faith and hope, love, and time and eternity. Lessons on literary terms, such as personification, allusion, foreshadowing, irony, and tone are presented through the supplemental lessons booklet. Featured authors include Tolstoy, Shakespeare, à Kempis, Tennyson, Hawthorne, Carroll, Twain, Frost, Dickinson, O. Henry, Longfellow, Milton, Bunyan, and Wordsworth.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Themes in Literature, 4th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 384 pages
• Supplemental Lessons – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 21 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 39 pages
• Test Packet – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 4 tests

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#20330 World Literature, 1st half

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course presents a background to the study of world literature featuring the use of short story, essay, and narrative and descriptive poetry. Each reading selection includes author biographical information and questions to encourage thoughtful interaction and Christian character development. The textbook introduces the meaning and use of such literary terms and forms as: character development, narrative poetry, plot, imagery and figurative language, theme, rhyme and rhythm, emotion, poetry patterns and forms, paradox, and setting. The course features classic literary works by such authors as Dickens, Browning, Frost, Holmes, Tennyson, Poe, Doyle, Keats, and Cummings.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – World Literature, 4th edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 454 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 70 pages
• Test Packet – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 2 tests

PLUS select one of the following book report requirements:

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#20335 World Literature, 2nd half

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

World Literature, 1st half

Description:

This course presents a background to the study of world literature featuring the use of short story, essay, and narrative and descriptive poetry. Each reading selection includes author biographical information and questions to encourage thoughtful interaction and Christian character development. The textbook introduces the meaning and use of such literary terms and forms as: character development, narrative poetry, plot, imagery and figurative language, theme, rhyme and rhythm, emotion, poetry patterns and forms, paradox, and setting. The course features classic literary works by such authors as Dickens, Browning, Frost, Holmes, Tennyson, Poe, Doyle, Keats, and Cummings.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – World Literature, 4th edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 454 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 70 pages
• Test Packet – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 2 tests

PLUS select one of the following book report requirements:

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#22335 American Literature, 1st half

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

A high school level world literature course

Description:

This course provides a chronological study of classic American literature from the early 1600s to the twentieth century. Detailed historical sections, timelines, and author biographies provide background information on the people, forces, and philosophies that shaped the various literary styles and periods. Featured authors include William Bradford, Benjamin Franklin, Irving, Longfellow, Emerson, Melville, Dickinson, Clemens, Crosby, Frost, Sandburg, and Hemingway.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – American Literature, 3rd edition | ©2016 Bob Jones University Press | 674 pages
• Answer Key – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 49 pages
• Test Packet – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 3 tests

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22340 American Literature, 2nd half

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

American Literature, 1st half

Description:

This course provides a chronological study of classic American literature from the early 1600s to the twentieth century. Detailed historical sections, timelines, and author biographies provide background information on the people, forces, and philosophies that shaped the various literary styles and periods. Featured authors include William Bradford, Benjamin Franklin, Irving, Longfellow, Emerson, Melville, Dickinson, Clemens, Crosby, Frost, Sandburg, and Hemingway.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – American Literature, 3rd edition | ©2016 Bob Jones University Press | 674 pages
• Answer Key – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 49 pages
• Test Packet – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 3 tests

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#39940 Writing with Power

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course continues to develop cursive writing skills (modified Zaner-Bloser method) through the use of games, practice sentences, and activities. Numerous writing exercises are also included to prepare students for cursive writing in real and scholastic situations.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Writing with Power, 2nd edition | ©2003 Christian Liberty Press | 59 pages
• Instructions – Guidelines for Teaching Handwriting | ©2005 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 7 pages
• Practice Pad – Christian Liberty Press | 35 sheets

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#22465 English Literature

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides a chronological study of classic English literature from the Anglo-Saxon period through the twentieth century. Selections in the textbook include such diverse forms as poems and hymns, short stories, essays, and excerpts from novels and plays. Authors featured in the textbook include Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Swift, Wesley, Wordsworth, Shelley, Tennyson, Dickens, Shaw, and Orwell. Background material, brief author biographies, and histories of each time period are provided, along with a glossary of literary terms.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – English Literature, 4th edition | ©2013 Abeka Book Publishers | 497 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2014 Christian Liberty Press | 81 pages
• Test Packet – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 3 tests

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#29806 Hearts and Hands

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course reinforces student skills in letters and numbers, phonics and math, and handwriting and hand-eye coordination through repetition drills.

Course Materials:

Hearts and Hands: Beginner’s Drill in Letters, Numbers, Phonics and Math, 2nd edition | ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 124 pages

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#28810 Adventures in Phonics: Level A

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course begins a formal study of phonics, starting with short vowel sounds and logically progressing through consonants, long vowels, and beyond. It includes consistent drills and repetition of the basic skills that will help ensure comprehension.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Adventures in Phonics: Level A, 3rd edition | ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 216 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – Adventures in Phonics: Level A Teacher’s Manual, 3rd edition | ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 107 pages
• Phonics Flashcards – Adventures in Phonics: Flashcards and Charts | ©2014 Christian Liberty Press | 48 cards, plus 12 pages of charts
• Audio CD – Adventures in Phonics: Phonics Sounds and Teaching Tips | ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 48 tracks

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#24105 Hunting for Whales

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This novel presents a fascinating account of two young men, from very different backgrounds, who experience the adventure of whaling during the mid-nineteenth century. It is not only a story of adventure and hardship on the high seas, but also a tale of friendship, love, and God’s redeeming grace.

Course Materials:

Hunting for Whales by Michael J. McHugh | ©2011 Great Light Publications

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#29595 John Bunyan: The Tinker of Bedford

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

John Bunyan was a dedicated and courageous servant of Christ who faced countless hardships. He was imprisoned on numerous occasions for “preaching without a license.” Many of his writings (he wrote sixty books, including The Pilgrim’s Progress) were banned during his lifetime. And, he faced ongoing rumors initiated by those who sought to undermine his ministry. Examine the life and trials of this faithful man whose dedication and fervor for the Gospel were recognized and acknowledged—even by his most bitter enemies.

Course Materials:

John Bunyan: The Tinker of Bedford by William Deal | ©1977 Christian Liberty Press

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#29910 The Life of J.E.B. Stuart

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

In this biography you will follow the exploits of James Ewell Brown Stuart, the general known as the “eyes and ears” of Robert E. Lee, and you will learn about his true source of courage—his Christian faith.

Course Materials:

The Life of J.E.B. Stuart by Mary L. Williamson | ©1997 Christian Liberty Press

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#29760 Mr. Pipes and the British Hymn Makers

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This first novel in the series by Douglas Bond tells the story of two young Americans who are befriended by an elderly gentleman (Mr. Pipes) while on vacation in England. As he teaches them about famous British hymn writers and their hymns, they learn the value of traditional worship and praise—and they begin to see their own need for salvation.

Course Materials:

Mr. Pipes and the British Hymn Makers by Douglas Bond | ©1999 Christian Liberty Press

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#29870 The Life of George Washington

Suggested Grade Level:

7th - 8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This biography gives a unique glimpse into the spiritual life and career of the first President of the United States. Little known and often over-looked aspects of Washington’s faith are featured throughout this well-documented book.

Course Materials:

The Life of George Washington by Mary L. Williamson | ©2004 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press

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#24110 The Life and Legacy of Saint Patrick

Suggested Grade Level:

8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This novel provides readers with a vivid portrayal of the story of this famous pioneer missionary, and how God empowered him to overcome powerful Druid occult leaders, bloodthirsty tribal chieftains, and a host of other dangers.

Course Materials:

The Life and Legacy of Saint Patrick by Michael J. McHugh | ©2010 Great Light Publications

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#29940 The Life of General Stonewall Jackson

Suggested Grade Level:

8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This biography provides readers with a lively account of the exploits of Thomas Jackson, both prior to and during the War Between the States. Individuals who read this text will learn why Stonewall Jackson was respected and honored by Americans in both the North and the South.

Course Materials:

The Life of General Stonewall Jackson by Mary L. Williamson | ©1997 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press

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#29917 Martin Luther: The Great Reformer, 3rd edition

Suggested Grade Level:

8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This biography is a stirring tale of God’s grace. It provides an honest account of the accomplishments of Martin Luther—a remarkable man of God whose words and deeds were the seeds of the Protestant Reformation.

Course Materials:

Martin Luther: The Great Reformer by John Arch Morrison | ©2022 (3rd ed) Christian Liberty Press

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#29770 Mr. Pipes and Psalms and Hymns of the Reformation

Suggested Grade Level:

8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This novel continues the story of two young Americans (Annie and Drew) who travel through Europe with their friend, Mr. Pipes, and learn about several hymns of the Reformation era and their writers. During their trip they must find ways to elude an unknown person who is following them.

Course Materials:

Mr. Pipes and Psalms and Hymns of the Reformation by Douglas Bond | ©2000 Christian Liberty Press

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#29590 David Livingstone, Man of Prayer and Action

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 10th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

The life of David Livingstone clearly testifies to the fact that God can change the direction of history through the life of just one soul. Well over one hundred years have passed since this famous missionary to Africa departed this earth. Read this inspiring biography to learn why Livingstone’s work has had such a lasting legacy. His dream was to end the slave trade in Africa and establish Christianity and lawful commerce on the continent—a dream that was finally realized after his death. Explore the inspiring life of this courageous Scottish missionary and doctor who believed that “the salvation of men ought to be the chief desire and aim of every Christian.”

Course Materials:

David Livingstone: Man of Prayer and Action by C. Sylvester Horne | ©1999 Christian Liberty Press

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#29985 Robert E. Lee, the Christian

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 10th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Robert E. Lee is one of the most iconic figures in American history. While many will disagree with his decision to serve in the Confederate army, his personal character has never been besmirched. Robert E. Lee has long been an inspiration to Americans in general and Christians in particular, regardless of one’s view of the Civil War. Lee’s character and ability have attracted admirers from all sides. Johnstone covers both Lee’s personal and public life in detail—often showcasing a character quality, military instance of note, or a letter he sent—but always connects them to his trust in Christ.

Course Materials:

Robert E. Lee, the Christian, 2nd edition by William J. Johnstone | ©2010 Christian Liberty Press

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#29920 Spurgeon: Heir of the Puritans

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 10th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Charles Haddon Spurgeon is considered by many to be one of God’s choicest gifts to His church in Britain, and even throughout the world. From the day of his conversion as a lad of sixteen until the day of his death, he had a single eye to the glory of God. Molded by the Puritans and standing in their noble tradition, he lived for God in the pulpit, in the study, in the home, and in the ministries he founded. This biography inspires us to walk in this great heritage.

Course Materials:

Spurgeon: Heir of the Puritans by Ernest W. Bacon | ©1967 Christian Liberty Press

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#29885 The Brethren

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Set in the climactic months before the opening of the Third Crusade, this novel is a classic tale of love and chivalry. It is the story of two knights who are in love with the same maiden. Their devotion is tested as they are thrust into epic Crusader battles.

Course Materials:

The Brethren: A Tale of the Crusades by H. Rider Haggard | ©1904 (2004 ed) Christian Liberty Press

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#29680 In Freedom's Cause

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This historical novel, set during the late thirteenth century, tells the story of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce as they lead their countrymen in the struggle for Scottish independence.

Course Materials:

In Freedom’s Cause: A Story of Wallace and Bruce by G.A. Henry | ©1998 Christian Liberty Press

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#27885 The Hiding Place

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Additional Course Charge:

None

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#29685 Pearl Maiden

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This tale of faith tells the story of Miriam, a young Christian woman living in the Roman Empire during the first century, and Marcus, the Roman officer who desired to win her hand. Miriam’s faith is continually strengthened by the Lord as she faces hardships and fiery trials. The historic events portrayed in Pearl Maiden culminate in the Roman siege and destruction of Jerusalem and its Temple in a.d. 70.

Course Materials:

Pearl Maiden by H. Rider Haggard | ©1903 (2003 ed) Christian Liberty Press

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#25685 The Odyssey

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This long-standing classic tells the story of Odysseus as he struggles through many fantastic adventures to return to his wife and home after the end of the Trojan War.

Course Materials:

The Odyssey by Homer | ©—— any unabridged edition

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#25790 The Pilgrim's Progress

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This classic allegory tells the tale of a pilgrim’s journey, with its many trials and temptations, to the Celestial City.

Course Materials:

The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan | ©1678 any unabridged edition

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#25680 Don Quixote

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Considered by some as the first modern novel, this epic story follows the life of the “mad” Don Quixote and his squire Sancho Panza through their satirical exploits of chivalry during seventeenth-century Spain.

Course Materials:

Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra | ©1605 any unabridged edition

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#25800 King Lear

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This tragic play is the story of a British king who, after retiring from power, learns at great expense the many facets of human nature—both good and bad.

Course Materials:

King Lear by William Shakespeare | ©1608 any unabridged edition

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#23701 Moby Dick

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This is the story of Captain Ahab and his mad quest for the White Whale. Considered to be one of the greatest sea stories ever written, this book tells the tale of vengeance and obsession, and their effect on man.

Course Materials:

Moby-Dick by Herman Mellville | ©1851 any unabridged edition

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#23700 The Scarlet Letter

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Set in early New England, this “tale of human frailty and sorrow” shows the terrible impact of sin on three people and deals with such issues as guilt and redemption, hypocrisy, and shame.

Course Materials:

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne | ©1850 any unabridged edition

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#23702 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This is the story about a young boy named Huckleberry Finn and his journey down the Mississippi River. Written in the vernacular of the day, Twain uses the adventures of Huck to explore life in America prior to the Civil War. Although controversial for its use of racial stereotypes, this book satirizes slavery and the society that supported it.

Course Materials:

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain | ©1884 any unabridged edition

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#23703 Great Expectations

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Set in early Victorian England, this novel follows the life of a tiny orphaned boy named Pip as he struggles with a desire for wealth and social status, and eventually discovers his own values and priorities.

Course Materials:

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens | ©1860-1861 any unabridged edition

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#23704 Gulliver's Travels and Other Writings

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Through his travels to strange lands, Gulliver discovers the virtues and flaws of his own culture as he compares it to others.

Course Materials:

Gulliver’s Travels and Other Writings by Jonathan Swift | ©1726 any unabridged edition of Gulliver’s Travels

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#25795 The Portrait of a Lady

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This novel examines the differences between Europe and America through the life of a young American woman who moves to England and is caught in a struggle between independence and social propriety.

Course Materials:

The Portrait of a Lady by Henry James | ©1881 any unabridged edition

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#25805 Pride and Prejudice

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Set in Britain, this light-hearted novel follows the relationship of Elizabeth Bennet, one of five sisters who must marry into a wealthy family, and her perceived-to-be arrogant and conceited suitor, Fitzwillian Darcy. Both must overcome both pride and prejudice if their relationship is ever to develop.

Course Materials:

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen | ©1813 any unabridged edition

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#29195 The Screwtape Letters

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This book, a treatise on the battle between good and evil, is a collection of letters from tempter Screwtape to his apprentice Wormwood on how to best cause the fall of an ordinary young man.

Course Materials:

The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis | ©1942 any unabridged edition

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#20902 Christian Liberty Phonics Reader's

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses short stories that apply just-learned phonics rules to teach students how to read. Stories contain Christian values and are preceded by practice words that highlight the appropriate phonics rules being presented in order to promote retention and reading success.

Course Materials:

It Is Fun to Read | ©1998 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 27 pages
Pals and Pets | ©1998 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 27 pages
A Time at Home | ©1998 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 59 pages
It Is a Joy to Learn | ©1998 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 59 pages

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#28700 Christian Liberty Nature Reader - K

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses the alphabet as the basis for introducing stories about animals, with one story corresponding to each letter. These twenty-six stories are designed to introduce students to God’s marvelous creation, all while reinforcing phonics principles. Vocabulary building is developed through exposure to new words, and simple review questions are included to promote comprehension.

Course Materials:

Christian Liberty Nature Reader K, 2nd edition | ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 90 pages

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#24100 Nathan's Story

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course, a reader loosely based on the biblical narrative found in 2 Samuel 12:1–9, is designed to foster better reading skills while giving students a clear understanding of what it means to love one’s neighbor and respect the property of others.

Course Materials:

Nathan’s Story | ©2010 Great Light Publications | 47 pages

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#29610 Meeting New Friends

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a collection of short stories to expand a student’s understanding of phonics through reading. Phonetic pronunciation charts for new words and simple review questions are included to improve vocabulary and comprehension.

Course Materials:

Meeting New Friends, 2nd edition | ©2006 Christian Liberty Press | 185 pages

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#29600 Trottino's Tale

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses an allegory (written in a style similar to Beatrix Potter’s The Tale of Peter Rabbit) about a disobedient rabbit and his troubles to teach biblical principles and moral instruction.
Note: This text is written at a third grade level and is intended to be read to the student.

Course Materials:

Trottino’s Tale | ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 38 pages

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#28705 Christian Liberty Nature Reader 1

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops better reading skills by reinforcing phonics principles through stories that pique young minds—stories about insects, spiders, birds, and other animals. Vocabulary skills are developed through exposure to new words and simple review questions are included to promote comprehension.
Note: This is an advanced reading course and should be pursued after the phonics material has been finished. Students who have completed our phonics course should be able to read this book with minimal help.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Christian Liberty Nature Reader 1, 3rd edition | ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 168 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 13 pages

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#20130 Kind and Brave

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course is a collection of stories about kindness and bravery and includes both animal fables and true-to-life stories, as well as some poetry. Basic comprehension questions are included throughout the book to improve comprehension.

Course Materials:

Kind and Brave, 5th edition | ©2015 Abeka Book Publishers | 107 pages

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#20135 Strong and True

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course is a collection of various types of stories, such as animal fables, folk, true-to-life stories, poetry, and Scripture readings. Basic comprehension questions are included throughout the book to improve comprehension.

Course Materials:

Strong and True, 4th edition | ©2015 Abeka Book Publishers | 126 pages

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#29515 Noah Webster's Reading Handbook

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides additional practice in the application of phonics rules, and is designed to create a stronger foundation in reading, phonics, and spelling.

Course Materials:

Noah Webster’s Reading Handbook | ©1993 Christian Liberty Press | 138 pages

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#29620 Beautiful Stories for Children

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses short, moral stories and poems to expand a student’s love for reading, while at the same time instilling Godly principles and moral truths into his or her life.

Course Materials:

Beautiful Stories for Children | ©2003 Christian Liberty Press | 183 pages

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#29625 The Robinson Crusoe Reader

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a simplified version of a timeless classic to show how, despite hardship after hardship, God was present in Crusoe’s life and continually provided for his needs. Included are arts and craft activities to further the student’s understanding and enjoyment of the story.

Course Materials:

The Robinson Crusoe Reader, 2nd edition | ©2005 Christian Liberty Press | 90 pages

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#20410 Through the Skies

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension and vocabulary building through a collection of stories and poems that include character-building truths.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Through the Skies | ©2017 Abeka Book Publishers | 138 pages
• Answer Key – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 6 pages

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#29735 History Stories for Children

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course presents a collection of poetry and stories based upon famous historical events and personalities from the Bible, America, and around the world. Vocabulary building, comprehension questions, and extension activities are used to improve reading skills.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – History Stories for Children, 3rd edition | ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 265 pages
• Student Exercises Workbook – ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 17 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2023 Christian Liberty Press | 37 pages
• Test Packet – ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#29640 The Story of the Wright Brothers and Their Sister

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course builds reading and vocabulary skills through a story about the special relationship between the Wright brothers and their sister, Katharine.

Course Materials:

The Story of the Wright Brothers and Their Sister | ©1995 Christian Liberty Press | 147 pages

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#28715 Christian Liberty Nature Reader 3

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course exposes students to the daily routines of many creatures within God’s creation with stories about ants, flies, beetles, barnacles, jellyfish, sea stars, and dragonflies. Vocabulary skills are developed through exposure to new words and review questions are found at the end of each chapter to promote comprehension.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Christian Liberty Nature Reader 3, 3rd edition | ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 188 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 17 pages

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#20415 From Shore to Shore

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension through a collection of seafaring stories and poems.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – From Shore to Shore | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 122 pages
• Answer Key – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 8 pages

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#20420 Heroes and Helpers

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension through a collection of stories and poems about modern and historical heroes and community helpers.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Heroes and Helpers | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 138 pages
• Answer Key – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 11 pages

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#29645 Finding a New Land

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a series of stories and poems to teach students about the exploration and settlement of the New World. Students will learn about people and events of colonial America and the struggle for American independence; and will be introduced to such famous people as Christopher Columbus, Jonathan Edwards, Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, and Betsy Ross. Comprehension questions and vocabulary building are used to develop greater depth of understanding.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Finding a New Land | ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 263 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 15 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#28720 Christian Liberty Nature Reader 4

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course further examines the wonders of God’s creation through stories about birds, insects, moths, turtles, and snakes. Vocabulary skills are developed through exposure to new words and review questions are found at the end of each chapter to promote comprehension.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Christian Liberty Nature Reader 4, 3rd edition | ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 201 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 28 pages

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#29745 Stories of the Pilgrims

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course follows the story of the Pilgrims from their persecution in England to Holland to the New World. Students will increase their reading skills through vocabulary building and comprehension questions.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Stories of the Pilgrims, 2nd edition | ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 228 pages
• Answer Key – ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 13 pages

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#20270 Salute to Courage

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension through a collection of stories (both fiction and non-fiction) and poems that teach important character traits.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Salute to Courage, 2nd edition | ©2008–2015 Abeka Book Publishers | 265 pages
• Answer Key – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 15 pages

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#20275 Gifts and Gadgets

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension through a collection of stories (both fiction and non-fiction) and poems that highlight inventions from the past and compare them to present-day technology.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Gifts and Gadgets | ©2020 Abeka Book Publishers | 205 pages
• Answer Key – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 22 pages

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#20170 Liberty Tree

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension through a collection of stories taken from America’s past.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Liberty Tree, 4th edition | ©2008 Abeka Book Publishers | 240 pages
• Answer Key – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 10 pages

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#20175 Flags Unfurled

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension through a collection of stories taken from America’s past.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Liberty Tree, 4th edition | ©2008 Abeka Book Publishers | 233 pages
• Answer Key – ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 8 pages

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#29750 Building a New Nation

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course presents a collection of short stories, American folk tales, and poetry that will take students through many important historical events of America, from the westward expansion through the mid-20th century. Comprehension questions, extension activities, and vocabulary building are used to develop greater depth of understanding.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Building a New Nation | ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 230 pages
• Student Exercises Workbook – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 15 pages
• Answer Key – ©2023 Christian Liberty Press | 26 pages
• Test Packet – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#28730 Christian Liberty Nature Reader 5

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course presents stories about the Earth’s hydrosphere (with an emphasis on oceans, currents, and tides) in order to develop vocabulary building and increase reading comprehension using a review question format.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Christian Liberty Nature Reader 5, 4th edition | ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 192 pages
• Answer Key – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 25 pages

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#20480 Of America I

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension through a collection of stories taken from America’s past.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Of America I, 4th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 263 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 13 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#29755 Discovering New Worlds Through Literature

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading skills through an anthology of stories, poems, inspirational quotes, and more. Several themes set the background for students as they examine works from around the world and back and forth through time. Comprehension questions, extension activities, and vocabulary building (including literary terms) are used to develop greater depth of understanding.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Discovering New Worlds Through Literature | ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 230 pages
• Student Exercises Workbook – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 25 pages
• Answer Key – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 20 pages
• Test Packet – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#29765 The Story of Inventions

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading skills by looking at major inventions from the past 400 years that have had an impact on the growth of our modern industrialized world. The true-life stories will reveal not only how the inventions came to be, but also the history behind their inventors and the character traits that contributed to their success.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Story of Inventions, 2nd edition | ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 280 pages
• Answer Key – ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 26 pages
• Test Packet – ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#20285 Of America II

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course develops reading comprehension through a collection of stories taken from America’s past.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Of America II, 4th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 309 pages
• Answer Key – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 21 pages
• Test Packet – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#59500 Liberty Mathematics: Level K

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course introduces students to the primary concepts of mathematics. Starting with number basics, the workbook then progresses into simple addition and subtraction of 1-10 through the use of number families. Counting by ones, twos, fives, and tens; place value; ordinal numbers; money; telling time to the half-hour; measurement by inches; and fractions (halves and thirds) are also included.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Liberty Mathematics: Level K | ©2001 Christian Liberty Press | 233 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2001 Christian Liberty Press | 17 pages
• Addition-Subtraction Flashcards – ©2014 Christian Liberty Press | 66 cards

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#59510 Liberty Mathematics: Level A

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course focuses on traditional math concepts by using problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, estimation, and mental math. Topics presented include addition and subtraction up to eighteen, place value, addition and subtraction of two-digit numbers up to ninety-nine (with carrying and borrowing), and comparing (“less than” and “greater than”) numbers. In addition, time and money, basic geometric shapes, calendars, measurement, and fractions are also discussed.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Liberty Mathematics: Level A | ©2004 Christian Liberty Press | 250 pages
• Drill Book – Liberty Mathematics: Level A Drill Book | ©2004 Christian Liberty Press | 129 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2004 Christian Liberty Press | 35 pages
• Test Packet – ©2004 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#56315 MCP Mathematics: Level A

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a traditional drill and practice format with predictable, easy-to-use lessons. The material covers numbers 0–10, addition and subtraction facts (in stages) up to 2-digit problems, place value through 200, money and time, geometry, measurement, fractions and graphing.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – MCP Mathematics: Level A | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 298 pages
• Teacher Edition – MCP Mathematics: Level A Teacher’s Edition | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 331 pages

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#50215 Arithmetic 1

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course presents math concepts in an orderly manner, builds on prior learning, and includes consistent year-long review. Concepts covered include counting, writing and reading numbers, place value, addition and subtraction, money, graphs, measurement, time, temperature, and fractions.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Arithmetic 1 Work-text, 2nd edition | ©2015 Abeka Book Publishers | 347 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 46 pages
• Test Packet – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#59520 Liberty Mathematics: Level B

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course begins by reviewing addition and subtraction facts through eighteen. It then progressively exposes the student to addition and subtraction of two-, three-, and four-digit numbers; and multiplication and division facts zero through five. Time and money, measurement and geometry, fraction and tally, chart and graph, and balanced equation exercises are also presented.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Liberty Mathematics: Level B | ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 284 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 39 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#56325 MCP Mathematics: Level B

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a traditional drill and practice format with predictable, easy-to-use lessons. The material covers basic facts through 18, time and money, addition and subtraction of three-digit numbers, geometry and fractions, measurement, and multiplication and division through 5.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – MCP Mathematics: Level B | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 314 pages
• Teacher Edition – MCP Mathematics: Level B Teacher’s Edition | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 331 pages

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#50225 Arithmetic 2

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course presents math concepts in an orderly manner, builds on prior learning, and includes consistent year-long review. Topics covered include counting, place value, addition and subtraction, money, time, graphs, simple geometry, multiplication and division, and Roman numerals. Story problems are used to provide practice in using the skills and facts learned, and are based on concrete situations.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Arithmetic 2 Work-text, 2nd edition | ©2017 Abeka Book Publishers | 356 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 38 pages
• Test Packet – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#56335 MCP Mathematics: Level C

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a traditional drill and practice format with predictable, easy-to-use lessons. The material begins by reviewing facts regarding addition, subtraction, and place value. Then it presents topics such as time, measurement, fractions, geometry, and graphing, as well as multiplication and division facts through nine and an introduction to decimals. A number of word problem sets are also included.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – MCP Mathematics: Level C | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 314 pages
• Teacher Edition – MCP Mathematics: Level C Teacher’s Edition | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 346 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 15 exams

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#50530 Arithmetic 3

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides extensive work in multiplication and division; story problems up to four steps; Roman numerals; averaging numbers; standard measures; equations; and adding, subtracting, and reducing fractions. Numerous review problems and supplemental exercises are included to instill comprehension.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Arithmetic 3 Work-text, 6th edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 380 pages
• Teacher Edition – Arithmetic 3 Work-text Teacher Key, 6th edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 381 pages
• Practice Tests – Arithmetic 3 Quizzes, Tests & Speed Drills, 6th edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 16 quizzes; 17 tests
• Practice Tests Key – Arithmetic 3 Quiz, Tests & Speed Drill Key, 6th edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 130 pages
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 10 exams

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#56345 MCP Math: Level D

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides students with a solid study of traditional mathematics concepts. Problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, estimation, and mental math are routinely stressed throughout. The material begins by reviewing facts regarding addition and subtraction and then presents topics such as multiplication of whole numbers, division by one-digit numbers and by whole numbers, and working with decimals and fractions. Students are also introduced to measurement, graphing, probability, and geometry.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – MCP Mathematics: Level D | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 346 pages
• Teacher Edition – MCP Mathematics: Level D Teacher’s Edition | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 378 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 15 exams

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#50540 Arithmetic 4

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course both teaches and reviews the four basic processes (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). It also covers multiplying and dividing by two-digit numbers, estimation, square measures, writing decimals as fractions, and simple geometry. A major emphasis is placed on working with proper and improper fractions as the student works with adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions, as well as finding the least common denominator.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Arithmetic 4 Work-text, 4th edition | ©2008 Abeka Book Publishers | 350 pages
• Teacher Edition – Arithmetic 4 Work-text Teacher Edition, 4th edition | ©2008 Abeka Book Publishers | 379 pages
• Practice Tests – Arithmetic 4 Tests and Speed Drills, 4th edition | ©2008 Abeka Book Publishers | 16 quizzes; 17 tests
• Practice Tests Key – Arithmetic 4 Tests & Speed Drills Teacher Key, 4th edition | ©2008 Abeka Book Publishers | 136 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 10 exams

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#56355 MCP Math: Level E

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides students with a solid study of traditional mathematics concepts. Problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, estimation, and mental math are routinely stressed throughout. The material begins by reviewing facts regarding number and place value, and then moves into addition, subtraction, and multiplication of whole numbers; and division by one and two digit numbers. Students will also work with fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, measurement, geometry, polygons, graphs, statistics, and probability. A number of word problem sets are included.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – MCP Mathematics: Level E | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 378 pages
• Teacher Edition – MCP Mathematics: Level E Teacher’s Edition | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 410 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 15 exams

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#59250 SaxonMath Homeschool 5/4

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses the incremental method throughout 120 lessons to teach topics such as: whole number concepts and computation; arithmetic algorithms, geometry, and measurement; elapsed time; fractions, decimals, and percents; powers and roots; estimation, patterns, and sequences; congruence and similarity; statistics and probability; and more.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Saxon Math Homeschool 5/4, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 627 pages
• Solutions Manual –  Saxon Math Homeschool 5/4 Solutions Manual, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 302 pages
• Test Packet –  Saxon Math Homeschool 5/4 Tests and Worksheets, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 23 tests (12 required)

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#50450 Arithmetic 5

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course focuses on concepts such as whole numbers, fractions, decimals, measurement and algebraic equations, basic geometric problems, and more. Extensive practice and daily word problems are used to instill knowledge.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Arithmetic 5 Work-text, 4th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 396 pages
• Teacher Edition – Arithmetic 5 Work-text Teacher Edition, 4th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 418 pages
• Practice Tests – Arithmetic 5 Quizzes, Tests, & Speed Drills, 4th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 17 quizzes; 17 tests
• Practice Tests Key – Arithmetic 5 Teacher Quiz, Test, & Speed Drill Key, 4th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 138 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 10 exams

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#56365 MCP Math: Level F

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides students with a solid study of traditional mathematics concepts. Problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, estimation, and mental math are routinely stressed throughout. The material begins by reviewing and expanding upon topics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. It also includes topics such as measurement, geometry, area and volume, ratio and percent, graphs and probability, exponents, and integers. A number of word problem sets are included.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – MCP Mathematics: Level F | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 378 pages
• Teacher Edition – MCP Mathematics: Level F Teacher’s Edition | ©2005 Modern Curriculum Press | 410 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 15 exams

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#59260 SaxonMath Homeschool 6/5

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses the incremental method throughout 120 lessons to teach students how to apply mathematical tools and techniques to real-life situations using word problems. Topics covered include advanced divisibility concepts, multiplication, integers, prime and composite numbers, powers, roots, patterns and sequences, geometry and measurements, ratios, and more.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Saxon Math Homeschool 6/5, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 712 pages
• Solutions Manual –  Saxon Math Homeschool 6/5 Solutions Manual, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 313 pages
• Test Packet –  Saxon Math Homeschool 6/5 Tests and Worksheets, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 23 tests (12 required)

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#50460 Arithmetic 6

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a teach/reteach approach and includes abundant practice problems to help students master skills and concepts. Topics covered include problem solving, percents, basic geometry, measures, fractions, decimals, proportions, beginning algebra, prime and composite numbers, and graphs and statistics. It also includes practical arithmetic, such as banking, budgeting, and purchasing electricity. Frequent story problems and problem-solving strategies are used to make arithmetic practical.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Arithmetic 6 Work-text, 4th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 412 pages
• Teacher Edition – Arithmetic 6 Work-text Teacher Edition, 4th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 437 pages
• Practice Tests – Arithmetic 6 Student Quizzes, Tests, & Speed Drills, 4th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 17 quizzes; 17 tests
• Practice Tests Key – Arithmetic 6 Teacher Quiz, Test, & Speed Drill Key, 4th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 138 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 10 exams

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#59370 SaxonMath Homeschool 7/6

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course introduces the concepts, procedures, and vocabulary your student needs to be successful in upper-level algebra and geometry courses. It uses an incremental approach to cover topics such as: compound interest; functions and coordinate graphing; integers; exponential expressions; divisibility concepts; prime factorization; ratios and proportions; radius, circumference and pi; statistics and probability; complementary and supplementary angles; and more.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Saxon Math Homeschool 7/6, 4th edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 744 pages
• Solutions Manual –  Saxon Math Homeschool 7/6 Solutions Manual, 4th edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 333 pages
• Practice Tests –  Saxon Math Homeschool 7/6 Tests and Worksheets, 4th edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 23 tests
• CLASS Exams – ©2005 Christian Liberty Press | 12 exams

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#59378 Saxon Algebra 1/2

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 11th

Academic Credit:

1.0 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course bridges the gap from basic math skills to algebraic concepts. Included concepts are evaluation and simplification of algebraic expressions, solving linear equations with one unknown, graphs, statistics, probability, and some geometric calculations.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Algebra 1/2: An Incremental Development, 3rd edition | ©2004 Saxon Publishing | 487 pages
• Solutions Manual –  Algebra 1/2: An Incremental Development Solutions Manual, 3rd edition | ©2004 Saxon Publishing | 243 pages
• Practice Tests –  Algebra 1/2: An Incremental Development Homeschool Packet Tests Forms, 3rd edition | ©2002 Saxon Publishing | 31 tests
• Practice Tests Key –  Algebra 1/2: An Incremental Development Homeschool Packet Test & Problem Set Answer Key, 3rd edition | ©2002 Saxon Publishing | 86 pages
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide and Exam Kit – ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 10 exams

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#58405 Alternative Algebra (Painless)

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

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#59367 Saxon Math Homeschool 8/7 with Pre-algebra

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 10th

Academic Credit:

1.0 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course uses an incremental approach to review arithmetic, calculation, geometry, and measurement. Also included are pre-algebra topics such as ratios and expanded information on probability and statistics.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Saxon Math Homeschool 8/7 with Pre-Algebra, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 931 pages
• Solutions Manual –  Saxon Math Homeschool 8/7 with Pre-Algebra Solutions Manual, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 381 pages
• Practice Tests –  Saxon Math Homeschool 8/7 with Pre-Algebra Tests and Worksheets, 3rd edition | ©2005 Saxon Publishing | 23 tests
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide and Exam Kit – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 8 exams

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#50495 Abeka Algebra 1

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a systematic approach to build a framework for solving algebraic problems. Students will learn to apply the axioms, rules, and principles of algebra; solve linear equations (including fractions, decimals, radicals and absolute value); graph, analyze, and solve two-variable equations, inequalities, and functions; and more.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Algebra 1 | ©2015 Abeka Book Publishers | 503 pages
• Solution Key –  Algebra 1 Solution Key | ©2015 Abeka Book Publishers | 260 pages
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide and Exam Kit – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 7 exams

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#59381 Saxon Algebra 1

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

In this course, the student learns incrementally to simplify, evaluate, add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomial, rational, and radical expressions; factor polynomials; solve linear equations, linear systems, quadratic, rational, and radical equations, and linear inequalities of one and two variables. These techniques will then be used to solve number, proportion, fractional parts, percent, coin, uniform motion, interest, and variation word problems.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Algebra 1: An Incremental Development, 3rd edition | ©1997 Saxon Publishing | 564 pages
• Solutions Manual –  Algebra 1: An Incremental Development Solutions Manual, 3rd edition | ©1998 Saxon Publishing | 260 pages
• Practice Tests –  Algebra 1: An Incremental Development Homeschool Packet Tests Forms, 3rd edition | ©1998 Saxon Publishing | 30 tests
• Practice Tests Key –  Algebra 1: An Incremental Development Homeschool Packet Test & Problem Set Answer Key, 3rd edition | ©1997 Saxon Publishing | 60 pages
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide and Exam Kit – ©2006 Christian Liberty Press | 8 exams

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#59388 Saxon Algebra 2

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$190

Prerequisites:

“B” (or better) in Saxon Algebra 1, or “B” (or better) in both another algebra 1 course and geometry course

Description:

This course completes instruction in basic algebra skills. It covers the topics of traditional second-year algebra and includes a significant amount of geometry instruction. Included in the text are topics such as: roots of quadratic equations, logarithms, exponential equations, radicals, and writing geometry proof outlines.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Algebra 2: An Incremental Development, 3rd edition | ©2003 Saxon Publishing | 588 pages
• Solutions Manual –  Algebra 2: An Incremental Development Solutions Manual, 3rd edition | ©2003 Saxon Publishing | 370 pages
• Practice Tests –  Algebra 2: An Incremental Development Homeschool Testing Book, 3rd edition | ©2007 Saxon Publishing | 32 tests
• Practice Tests Key –  Algebra 2: An Incremental Development Problem Set Answer Key, 3rd edition | ©2007 Saxon Publishing | 44 pages
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide and Exam Kit – ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 10 exams

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#52400 Geometry

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$200

Prerequisites:

“B” or better in algebra 1

Description:

This course provides a balanced study of proofs, theorems, and real-life applications of geometry. Concepts, presented in a step-by-step process, include: postulates; theorems; corollaries; proofs; congruence; and construction of circles, polygons, triangles, and three-dimensional figures in space.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Geometry, 4th edition | ©2016 Bob Jones University Press | 678 pages
• Teacher’s Edition –  Geometry Teacher’s Edition, 4th edition | ©2016 Bob Jones University Press | 2-volumes, 690 total pages
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide/Student Text and Exam Kit – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 5 exams

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#50200 Plane Geometry

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$200

Prerequisites:

“B” or better in algebra 1

Description:

This course teaches Euclidean geometry through a three-part approach: introducing the tools needed, proving propositions through an analytic-synthetic method, and using discussions after the propositions. Topics covered include rectilinear figures, circles, proportions and similar polygons, surface measurement, regular polygons and circles, and right triangles by ratios.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Plane Geometry, 2nd edition | ©2005 Abeka Book Publishers | 327 pages
• Solution Key –  Plane Geometry Solution Key, 2nd edition | ©2005 Abeka Book Publishers | 357 pages
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide and Exam Kit – ©2007 Christian Liberty Press | 6 exams

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#50390 Consumer Mathematics

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course focuses on the math one would use throughout everyday life. Topics range from income, taxes, and budgeting for essentials to travel and leisure, buying a car, banking and investments, renting vs. home-buying, and more.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Consumer Mathematics in Christian Perspective, 2nd edition | ©1998-2015 Educational Ventures, Inc. | 405 pages
• Answer Key – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 50 pages
• Test Packet – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 5 tests

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#59292 Saxon Advanced Mathematics

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$160

Prerequisites:

“B” (or better) in Saxon Algebra 2, or “B” (or better) in both another algebra 2 course and geometry course

Description:

This course combines advanced algebra, geometry, trigonometry, discrete mathematics, and mathematical analysis into one integrated book. A thorough study of Euclidean geometry is included.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Advanced Mathematics: An Incremental Development, 2nd edition | ©2003 Saxon Publishing | 748 pages
• Solutions Manual – Advanced Mathematics: An Incremental Development Solutions Manual, 2nd edition | ©1997 Saxon Publishing | 430 pages
• Practice Tests – Advanced Mathematics: An Incremental Development Homeschool Packet Tests Forms, 2nd edition | ©1998 Saxon Publishing | 31 tests
• Practice Tests Key – Advanced Mathematics: An Incremental Development Homeschool Packet Test & Problem Set Answer Key, 2nd edition | ©1998 Saxon Publishing | 159 pages
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide and Exam Kit – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 8 exams

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#59296 Saxon Calculus

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$180

Prerequisites:

“B” (or better) in Saxon Advanced Mathematics, or “B” (or better) in both another algebra 2 course and trigonometry course

Description:

The topics of differential and integral calculus are presented incrementally along with some review of trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Important topics include limits, continuity, derivatives, related rates, integrals, the Fundamental Theorem, and infinite series. Graphing calculators are utilized in these lessons.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Calculus with Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry | ©1997 Saxon Publishing | 622 pages
• Solutions Manual –  Calculus with Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry Solutions Manual | ©1997 Saxon Publishing | 236 pages
• Practice Tests –  Calculus with Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry Homeschool Packet Tests Forms | ©1995 Saxon Publishing | 29 tests
• Practice Tests Key –  Calculus with Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry Homeschool Packet Test & Even Problem Set Answer Key | ©1995 Saxon Publishing | 60 pages
• CLASS Parent-Teacher Guide and Exam Kit – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 6 exams

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#69905 The World God Made

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses each of the six days of creation as a launching pad for a broad discussion of scientific concepts, including the solar system, plants, animals, and the human body. Activities and review questions are included to help with comprehension and retention.

Course Materials:

The World God Made, 2nd edition | ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 92 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 23 pages

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#60115 God's World

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course helps to build a student’s love for science through the introduction of concepts such as health, weather, seasons, seeds, animals, and the seashore.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – God’s World K5, 4th edition | ©2012 Abeka Book Publishers | 86 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press

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#69910 Our Father's World

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course follows a more traditional format to studying science by examining the things that God has made: everything, day and night, seasons, plants, insects, animals, and people. Activities, vocabulary words, and review questions are included to engage and help with comprehension.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Our Father’s World, 2nd edition | ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 103 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 23 pages
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#60215 Discovering God's World

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This general science course focuses on a world of discovery, looking at the basics of the human body, simple machines, animals, insects, plants, and seasons.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Discovering God’s World, 4th edition | ©2015 Abeka Book Publishers | 130 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#69915 God's Wonderful Works

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses the six days of creation as a launching pad for a basic study of numerous scientific concepts, such as the solar system, weather and seasons, plants, animals, and the human body.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – God’s Wonderful Works: The Creation in Six Days | ©1999 Christian Liberty Press | 140 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2000 Christian Liberty Press | 28 pages
• Test Packet – ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 9 tests

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#60325 Enjoying God's World

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This general science course addresses the curiosity young students have about the world around them. Topics of exploration include the human body, plants, animals, matter, energy, and space.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Enjoying God’s World, 5th edition | ©2017 Abeka Book Publishers | 200 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#69920 Exploring God's Creation

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course exposes students to basic science concepts in the fields of physics and chemistry, geology and botany, astronomy and weather, and biology and health, often utilizing hands-on experiments.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Exploring God’s Creation, 2nd edition | ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 193 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 30 pages
• Test Packet – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#60330 Exploring God's World

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

With material presented in the order of the days of creation, this course presents a study on energy, atmosphere, the earth’s surface, plants, the solar system, animals, and the human body. The scientific method is also taught through hands-on experiments.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Exploring God’s World, 5th edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 344 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#60240 Understanding God's World

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This general science course examines topics such as scientific method, insects, plants, birds, water, air, weather, sound and hearing, geology, oceanography, and astronomy. Activities and experiments are included to enhance the student’s understanding.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Understanding God’s World, 4th edition | ©2008 Abeka Book Publishers | 237 pages
• Answer Key – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 51 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#60350 Investigating God's World

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This general science course examines the scientific method; mammals; light; rocks, minerals, and soil; the sea and sea creatures; energy and engines; astronomy and weather; and vertebrate animals. Activities and experiments are included to enhance the student’s understanding.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Investigating God’s World, 4th edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 322 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 33 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 5 tests

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#60460 Observing God's World

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This general science course examines topics such as plants, invertebrates, the Earth, the universe, space exploration, and the building blocks of chemistry. Activities and experiments are included to enhance the student’s understanding.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Observing God’s World, 4th edition | ©2010 Abeka Book Publishers | 348 pages
• Answer Key – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 43 pages
• Test Packet – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#60375 Science: Order and Design

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This life science course covers topics such as plants; the human body (interrelated systems and living a healthy life); creation and science; classification, mammals; birds; fish, reptiles, and amphibians; insects; invertebrates; cells and other microscopics; forestry; and ecology. Activities and experiments are included to enhance student understanding.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Science: Order and Design, 2nd edition | ©2017 Abeka Book Publishers | 536 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 49 pages
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 13 tests

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#69215 Exploring Creation with General Science

Suggested Grade Level:

8th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course examines a wide range of science branches (such as archaeology, astronomy, geology, meteorology, chemistry, physics, and the life sciences), providing a solid transition between elementary and high school level science. As they complete the fourteen subject modules, students will learn the scientific method, how to record data and report it, and how to create and read several types of graph types.

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Exploring Creation With General Science, 3rd edition | ©2019 Apologia Education Ministries | 434 pages
• Answer Key –  Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation With General Science, 3rd edition | ©2018 Apologia Education Ministries | 83 pages
• Test Packet – Test Packet for Exploring Creation With General Science, 3rd edition | ©2018 Apologia Education Ministries | 13 tests

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#60480 Science: Earth and Space

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 10th

Academic Credit:

1.0 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This general physical science text investigates the fields of geology, oceanography, meteorology, astronomy, and environmental science. It is written from a Christian point of view with the understanding that God both created and sustains the universe. One goal of the text is to help students understand what it means for mankind to have dominion over and take proper care of the environment as good stewards of Creation.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Science: Earth and Space, 2nd edition | ©2018 Abeka Book Publishers | 551 pages
• Answer Key – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 58 pages
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 13 tests

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#69225 Exploring Creation With Physical Science

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides a detailed introduction to numerous physical science topics, including: air, atmosphere, water, the hydrosphere, earth and the lithosphere, weather, the physics of motion, forces in creation, waves and sound, light, and astrophysics (gravity, the solar system, radiation, stars, and galaxies).

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Exploring Creation With Physical Science, 2nd edition | ©2007 Apologia Education Ministries | 498 pages
• Answer Key –  Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation With Physical Science, 2nd edition | ©2007 Apologia Education Ministries | 168 pages
• Test Packet – Test Packet for Exploring Creation With Physical Science, 2nd edition | ©2007 Apologia Education Ministries | 16 tests

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#60285 Science: Matter and Energy

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 11th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course teaches fundamental properties and behavior of matter and energy with a focus on their chemical and physical interactions. It includes application to familiar processes and devices. It also provides a basic introduction to the mathematical aspects of science, laying a firm foundation for future studies in chemistry, physics, and other fields.

Course Materials:

• Textbook– Science: Matter and Energy | ©2012 Abeka Book Publishers | 417 pages
• Answer Key – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 27 pages
• Test Packet – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#68910 Biology: A Search for Order in Complexity

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course is a comprehensive study of the science of biology. It utilizes a Christian perspective in examining the biological systems and processes of plants and animals. The book also features an analysis of human biological systems and processes, as well as a discussion of creation verses evolution.

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Biology: A Search for Order in Complexity, 2nd edition | ©2004 Christian Liberty Press | 418 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2005 Christian Liberty Press | 103 pages
• Test Packet – ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 17 tests

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#60490 Biology: God's Living Creation

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course offers a complete study of biology from a Christian early-earth creationist perspective. Topics include botany, zoology, human anatomy and physiology, cellular and molecular biology, and scientific methodology and philosophy as these interact with natural history and the theory of evolution.

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Biology: God’s Living Creation, 4th edition | ©2016 Abeka Book Publishers | 551 pages
• Answer Key –  Biology: God’s Living Creation Answer Key, 4th edition | ©2016 Abeka Book Publishers | 62 pages
• Test Packet – ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#69330 Exploring Creation With Biology

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides a detailed introduction to the methods and concepts of general biology with heavy emphasis on the vocabulary of biology. Topics include the scientific method; the five kingdoms (moneraprotistafungianimalia, and plantae); taxonomy; microscopy; biochemistry; cellular biology; and genetics.

 

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Exploring Creation With Biology, 2nd edition | ©2005 Apologia Education Ministries | 594 pages
• Answer Key –  Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation With Biology, 2nd edition | ©2005 Apologia Education Ministries | 167 pages
• Test Packet – Test Packet for Exploring Creation With Biology, 2nd edition | ©2005 Apologia Education Ministries | 16 tests

 

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#69595 Lift Up Your Eye on High

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course helps students understand the stars from a Christian perspective. It points to God’s control over and plan for the stars as part of His creation.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Lift Up Your Eyes on High: Understanding the Stars | ©1999 Christian Liberty Press | 124 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2016 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 48 pages
• Test Packet – ©2016 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 7 tests

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#63495 Chemistry

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$200

Prerequisites:

Algebra 1 and biology

Description:

This high school chemistry course begins with the definition of matter and progresses through chemical reactions, solutions, acids and bases, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and nuclear changes. In a quest to understand the world the God created, students are exposed to both the visual, macroscopic effects of chemical reactions, as well as the unseen microscopic changes that are the actual chemistry. Case studies, webquests, mini-lab activities, ethics boxes, and review questions help students think like scientists and view chemistry from a biblical perspective.

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Chemistry, 5th edition | ©2021 Bob Jones University Press | 627 pages
• Teacher’s Edition –  Chemistry Teacher’s Edition, 5th edition | ©2021 Bob Jones University Press | 2-volumes, 637 pages total
• Assessments Packet –  Assessments for Use With Chemistry, 5th edition | ©2021 Bob Jones University Press | 66 quizzes; 22 tests

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#60495 Chemistry: Precision and Design

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$170

Prerequisites:

Algebra 1 and biology

Description:

This course explores a wide range of topics related to the chemistry field, all based on biblical principles. Topics include elements and compounds, chemical reactions, chemical thermodynamics, structure of the atom, the periodic table, intermolecular forces, metals, non-metals, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acids, bases, oxidation, and nuclear chemistry.

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Chemistry: Precision and Design, 3rd edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 362 pages
• Answer Key –  Chemistry: Precision and Design Answer Key, 3rd edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 48 pages
• Test Packet –  Chemistry: Precision and Design Tests, 3rd edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 12 tests

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#69245 Exploring Creation With Chemistry

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$120

Prerequisites:

Algebra 1 and biology

Description:

This beginning high school chemistry course discusses measurement and significant figures; the chemistry of energy, heat, and temperature; states of matter and chemical equations; stoichiometry; atomic and molecular structure; acid/base reactions; the chemistry of solutions; the gas laws; thermodynamics; kinetics; chemical equilibrium; and redox reactions.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Exploring Creation With Chemistry, 3rd edition | ©2014 Apologia Education Ministries | 650 pages
• Answer Key – Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation With Chemistry, 3rd edition | ©2013 Apologia Education Ministries | 330 pages
• Test Packet – Test Packet for Exploring Creation With Chemistry, 3rd edition | ©2013 Apologia Education Ministries | 16 tests

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#69250 Exploring Creation With Physics

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$120

Prerequisites:

Chemistry and saxon algebra 2 (or equivalent)

Description:

This general physics course covers motion in one and two dimensions with an emphasis on vectors, applications of Newton’s laws, gravity, energy and work, periodic motion, momentum, waves, optics, magnetism, electrostatics, electrodynamics, and circuits.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Exploring Creation With Physics, 2nd edition | ©2004 Apologia Education Ministries | 601 pages
• Answer Key – Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation With Physics, 2nd edition | ©2004 Apologia Education Ministries | 302 pages
• Test Packet – Test Packet for Exploring Creation With Physics, 2nd edition | ©2004 Apologia Education Ministries | 16 tests

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#60295 Physics: The Foundational Science

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$200

Prerequisites:

Algebra 1 and geometry (algebra 2 recommended)

Description:

This course introduces basic physics concepts. Coursework examines fundamental laws of matter and energy, velocity and acceleration, thermodynamics and heat, acoustics and sound waves, reflection and refraction of light, electricity, magnetism, and quantum theory.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Physics: The Foundational Science, 2nd edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 126 pages
• Solutions Key – Physics: The Foundational Science Solution Key, 2nd edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 466 pages
• Test Packet – Physics: The Foundational Science Tests, 2nd edition | ©2011 Abeka Book Publishers | 12 tests

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#69265 Exploring Creation With Advanced Biology

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$120

Prerequisites:

Biology and chemistry

Description:

This advanced biology course studies the detailed anatomy and physiology of the eleven organ systems of the human body (skin and bones, skeletal muscle, central nervous, peripheral nervous, endocrine, circulatory, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive systems).

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Exploring Creation With Advanced Biology: The Human Body, 2nd edition | ©2013 Apologia Education Ministries | 577 pages
• Answer Key – Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation With Advanced Biology: The Human Body, 2nd edition | ©2013 Apologia Education Ministries | 128 pages
• Test Packet – Test Packet for Exploring Creation With Advanced Biology: The Human Body, 2nd edition | ©2013 Apologia Education Ministries | 16 tests

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#79225 Honest Money

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This text, written by the president of the Institute for Christian Economics, provides students with biblical principles regarding money and banking. Issues such as inflation and deficit spending are also covered.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Honest Money: The Biblical Blueprint for Money and Banking | ©2021 (Christian Liberty ed) Christian Liberty Press | 184 pages
• Test Packet – ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 7 tests

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#79135 In the Shadow of Plenty

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides teenagers with biblical answers for the tough problems posed by poverty and the modern welfare state.

Course Materials:

In the Shadow of Plenty | ©1986 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 147 pages

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#70295 Economics: Work and Prosperity

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides a solid overview of economic theory from a Christian perspective. It gives a biblical view of work, wealth, and stewardship, contrasting the free market with the Communist economic system.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Economics: Work and Prosperity in Christian Perspective, 3rd edition | ©2012 Abeka Book Publishers | 249 pages
• Answer Key – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 39 pages
• Test Packet – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 7 tests

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#78335 180 Days of Geography for 5th grade

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

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#78365 Maps Globes Graphs: Level F

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course exposes students to varied types of maps, charts, and graphs on five themes. Themes examined include movement, place, location, human/environment interaction, and regions.

Course Materials:

• Workbook – Maps Globes Graphs: Level F | ©2004 Harcourt Achieve, Inc. | 96 pages
• Answer Key – ©2003 Christian Liberty Press | 11 pages

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#78345 180 Days of Geography for 6th grade

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

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#73360 Cultural Geography, 1st half

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$150

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course begins with a discussion of what geography is and then looks at the earth as a whole—both as how God made it and how man subdues it (through both industries and societies). It then turns to an examination of the earth regionally by continent, highlighting countries and notable features, people, and events. Continents explored include: Europe (and Russia), North America, and Latin America (including Mexico, Central, and South America).

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Cultural Geography, 4th edition | ©2015 Bob Jones University Press | 634 pages
• Teacher’s Edition –  Cultural Geography Teacher’s Edition, 4th edition | ©2015 Bob Jones University Press | 2-volumes, 634 pages total
• Test Packet –  Tests for Use With Cultural Geography, 4th edition | ©2015 Bob Jones University Press | 13 tests

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#73365 Cultural Geography, 2nd half

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$50

Prerequisites:

Cultural Geography, 1st half

Description:

This course continues its examination of the earth regionally by continent, highlighting countries and notable features, people, and events. Continents explored include: Africa, Asia (except Russia), Australia, and the Pacific realm.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Cultural Geography, 4th edition | ©2015 Bob Jones University Press | 634 pages
• Teacher’s Edition –  Cultural Geography Teacher’s Edition, 4th edition | ©2015 Bob Jones University Press | 2-volumes, 634 pages total
• Test Packet –  Tests for Use With Cultural Geography, 4th edition | ©2015 Bob Jones University Press | 11 tests

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#79970 Foundation for Freedom

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course begins with a brief exploration of the origins of our country and the steps that led to the Constitution’s formation. It then examines the Constitution (including all amendments) in detail; and, finally, addresses its fundamental principles. Substantial references to historical documents and Supreme Court decisions are included.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Foundation for Freedom: A Study of the United States Constitution, Revised edition | ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 318 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 31 pages
• Quiz and Test Packet – ©2021 Christian Liberty Press | 12 quizzes; 13 tests

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#70375 American Government

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

A conservative, Christian perspective makes this government course unique. Students need the firm foundation this text provides to become informed, responsible citizens and voters in today’s world. American Government opens with an inspiring look at the blessings we enjoy and the symbols we hold dear as American citizens. At the core of the text is a fascinating study of the Constitution, the government it established, and the rights and privileges it guarantees the American people. After studying the Constitution and the national government, students learn about federalism and government at the state and local levels. The text concludes with a chapter on the opportunities and responsibilities of American citizens to get involved in their unique political system.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – American Government in Christian Perspective, 3rd edition | ©2012 Abeka Book Publishers | 290 pages
• Answer Key – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 51 pages
• Test Packet – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#71740 God and Government, Part 1

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course is a study of the biblical teachings regarding civil government, and a review of the American system of government on the basis of such principles.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – God and Government | ©2011 American Vision Press | 786 pages
• Test Packet – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 11 tests

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#71745 God and Government, Part 2

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course introduces the concept of worldview and applies it to issues such as sovereignty, economics, and poverty.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – God and Government | ©2011 American Vision Press | 786 pages
• Test Packet – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#71750 God and Government, Part 3

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course discusses the biblical foundation that God is sovereign over the nations and that He has provided, in His Word, the foundation for law. This foundation is then applied to such topics as justice, human rights, education, and the future of government.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – God and Government | ©2011 American Vision Press | 786 pages
• Test Packet – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 9 tests

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#79120 Law and Liberty

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course examines the tension between law and liberty, and how morality (and by extension, religion) affects a person’s and a society’s views about both.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Law and Liberty | ©2009 Ross House Books | 212 pages
• Test Packet – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#79290 Constitutional Law for Enlightened Citizens

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$100

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

In this course, the student will be exposed to the principles of freedom that were articulated by the Founders of our Republic and were refined by the later heroes of the nation. The student will initially be introduced to: a study of the first principle of American government, the failure of the Articles of Confederation, the history that led to the formation of the Republic and the production of the Constitution, the text of the Constitution itself, the meaning of original intent, and how to study Supreme Court cases. The student will then study the original texts of a number of Supreme Court rulings delivered over a period of 200 years, responding to questions and writing summaries pertaining to these court decisions. Through this study, the student will learn how the original principles of freedom that compelled the Founders have been compromised, and will be equipped, as an enlightened citizen, to participate intelligently in civil discussion aimed at returning our nation to the intentions and spirit of the founding.

Course Materials:

Constitutional Law for Enlightened Citizens, 2nd edition | ©2012 Home School Legal Defense Association | 595 pages

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#79905 Little Pilgrims in God's World

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This world studies course is designed to help students learn who they are in Christ and what their roles are in relation to the family, church, society, and the world. Students will learn what it means to be created in God’s own image, how He provides for His children, and for what He is preparing them in a new world called heaven.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Little Pilgrims in God’s World | ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 156 pages
• Activity Book – Little Pilgrims in God’s World Activity Book | ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 121 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2011 Christian Liberty Press | 50 pages

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#70115 Social Studies K5

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This social studies course uses activities in order to introduce students to the helpers in their community, the beginnings of American history, interesting features from countries around the world, and simple geography.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Social Studies K5, 2nd edition | ©2013 Abeka Book Publishers | 134 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2014 Christian Liberty Press | 31 pages

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#79900 History for Little Pilgrims

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course follows the premise that the central theme of history is to build the kingdom of God, and all that of history is God’s. It begins with the story of creation and the Fall of Adam. It then uses the Bible as the foundation for how mankind and nations spread throughout the world. Finally, it looks at His church and how it developed, the Reformation, and the founding and growth of the United States.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – History for Little Pilgrims | ©1998 Christian Liberty Press | 122 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1998 Christian Liberty Press | 68 pages
• Coloring Book – ©1998 Christian Liberty Press | 38 pages

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#79920 Our Nation Under God

Suggested Grade Level:

2nd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course examines the history and geography of the United States from a traditional, conservative perspective. Included is material on the concepts of civil, family, church, and self-government in order to understand God’s plan for the world He has created.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Our Nation Under God | ©1996 Christian Liberty Press | 154 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©1996 Christian Liberty Press | 49 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#79835 American Pioneers and Patriots

Suggested Grade Level:

3rd

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course presents fictional but realistic adventure stories of seventeenth-to-nineteenth century pioneer children in America. The material is presented in first-person narratives from the perspective of children who were living during that time. Units conclude with interesting facts on how things were done in the past (e.g., how pioneers made cloth, or how the blacksmith worked), review questions, and suggested projects.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – American Pioneers and Patriots, 2nd edition | ©2002 Christian Liberty Press | 165 pages
• Answer Key – ©2002 Christian Liberty Press | 6 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#79945 A Child's Story of America

Suggested Grade Level:

4th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

Presented in a story-like format, this course an overview history of the United States from Columbus to the late twentieth century, as seen from a Protestant perspective.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – A Child’s Story of America, 2nd edition | ©1998 Christian Liberty Press | 204 pages
• Answer Key – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 19 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 15 tests

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#79650 Exploring American History

Suggested Grade Level:

5th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course uses a “biographical” approach to teach United States history by looking at the impact of its chief founders and builders. From the early Viking explorers to the 2008 presidential election, students learn about famous Americans and American history.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Exploring American History, 2nd edition | ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 266 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 21 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 13 tests

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#29765 Story of the Middle Ages

Suggested Grade Level:

6th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This survey course presents a solid overview of Old World history. It opens with the collapse of the Roman Empire and the rise of Christianity in Europe. It then covers the Dark Ages, the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the early era of exploration. Students will also discover why so many of the religious beliefs and cultural values of Medieval Europe were later transplanted to the Americas.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Story of the Middle Ages | ©2002 Christian Liberty Press | 127 pages
• Answer Key – ©2002 Christian Liberty Press | 17 pages
• Test Packet – ©2010 Christian Liberty Press | 6 tests

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#72465 World Studies

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course provides a fresh look at the civilizations of the world through the lens of a Christian worldview. It begins with a brief review of history from Creation to the rise of Islam and progresses in a chronological journey around the world, studying the ebb and flow of empires, cultures, Christianity, and world religions, concluding with an examination of the trends of the twenty-first century.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – World Studies, 4th edition | ©2017 Bob Jones University Press | 411 pages
• Answer Key – ©2018 Christian Liberty Press | 43 pages
• Test Packet – ©2019 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#70395 History of the World in Christian Perspective

Suggested Grade Level:

7th, 9th - 10th

Academic Credit:

1.0 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides an encyclopedic progression of historical topics from ancient Biblical and Egyptian days to the end of the twentieth century, with special emphasis on European political, military, and religious history.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – History of the World in Christian Perspective, 5th edition | ©2014 Abeka Book Publishers | 444 pages
• Answer Key – ©2015 Christian Liberty Press | 118 pages
• Test Packet – ©2015 Christian Liberty Press | 13 tests

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#79895 Land of Fair Play

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 11th

Academic Credit:

1.0 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides students with a detailed study of how our local, state, and federal governments work. It provides them with the knowledge needed to properly and intelligently exercise their citizenship responsibilities.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Land of Fair Play: American Civics from a Christian Perspective, 3rd edition | ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 183 pages
• Answer Key – ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 25 pages
• Test Packet – ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 10 t

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#79640 Streams of Civilization: Volume 1

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides a comprehensive overview of world history from the beginning of time until the Reformation (1620s). It takes a creationist perspective when dealing with anthropology, archaeology, and the origin of man.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Streams of Civilization: Volume 1, 3rd edition | ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 465 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 141 pages
• Test Packet – ©2016 Christian Liberty Press | 17 tests

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#79660 Streams of Civilization: Volume 2

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course examines modern world history (1500s to 2000) from a Christian viewpoint. It deals with such issues as Western exploration and colonialism, Reformation and Counter-Reformation, revolution, economic progress, world wars, and the rise of the Third World.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Streams of Civilization: Volume 2, 3rd edition | ©2017 Christian Liberty Press | 618 pages
• Teacher’s Manual – ©2017 Christian Liberty Press | 97 pages
• Test Packet – ©2017 Christian Liberty Press | 17 tests

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#69130 Exploring the History of Medicine

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course reveals the history behind the most significant medical advances from ancient to modern times. Students are provided with a healthy dose of facts, mini-biographies, and vintage illustrations.

Course Materials:

Exploring the History of Medicine | ©1999 Master Books | 160 pages

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#72990 The Church in History

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course covers the broad scope of church history, beginning with the birth of the New Testament Church. It then examines the Church during the Middle Ages, during and after the Reformation, and finally how it has progressed into the New World (up until the late twentieth century).

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Church in History | ©1964 Christian Schools International | 412 pages
• Answer Key – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 37 pages
• Test Packet – ©2012 Christian Liberty Press | 10 tests

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#70380 United States History: Heritage of Freedom

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course offers a thorough study of U.S. history from a conservative Christian perspective, beginning with America’s discovery in 1492 and continuing through the 2008 presidential election. The text is divided into eight units, each of which covers a specific time period in history. Selected units include “Birth of a Nation” (1660–1800), “Expansion and Conflict” (1831–1877), and “The Age of Industry” (1865–1900).

Course Materials:

• Textbook – United States History in Christian Perspective: Heritage of Freedom, 3rd edition | ©2009 Abeka Book Publishers | 582 pages
• Answer Key – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 108 pages
• Test Packet – ©2009 Christian Liberty Press | 16 tests

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#72493 United States History, 1st half

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides students with a study of early American history (colonial period to 1850) from a Christian perspective: from exploration of the New World through the Mexican War.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – United States History, 5th edition | ©2018 Bob Jones University Press | 701 pages
• Answer Key – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 127 pages
• Test Packet – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 15 tests

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#72495 United States History, 2nd half

Suggested Grade Level:

11th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

United States History, 1st half

Description:

This course provides students with a study of modern American history from a Christian perspective, covering material from the Civil War to the 2000s. It examines key events of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – United States History, 5th edition | ©2018 Bob Jones University Press | 701 pages
• Answer Key – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 127 pages
• Test Packet – ©2020 Christian Liberty Press | 12 tests

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#93605 Willkommen! 1 German

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$100

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#99380 Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume 1

Suggested Grade Level:

9th -12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$75

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

In this introductory Latin course, students study both this classical language and the Roman influence on world language, history, and religion. Students will master verb declensions, basic vocabulary, and classroom commands. They will also translate basic texts. Lessons compare and contrast both Latin and modern English; and will cover prefixes, suffixes, and the roots of Latin in science, medicine, etc. In addition, students will study Roman culture, contrasting and comparing it with Christianity.

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume I Textbook, XS edition | ©1999 XL Group | 124 pages
• Activity Book –  Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume I Activity Book | ©1999 XL Group | 86 pages
• Teacher’s Guide –  Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume I Teacher’s Guide, XS edition | ©1999 XL Group | 290 pages
• Study/Drill Sheets –  Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume I + 5 Study Sheets and Drill Sheets, XS edition | ©1999 XL Group | 90 pages
• Test Packet – ©2017 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#99385 Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume 2

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$85

Prerequisites:

Latin 1

Description:

This course takes a deeper look into the complexities of Latin by expanding the vocabulary to over 1,000 words, and by introducing the fifth declension, the reflexive pronouns, and the subjunctive mood. Students will also expand their grasp of Latin history and culture by following the continuing story of a Roman Centurion and his family. Students will translate passages of Scripture as well as common sayings such as “e pluribus unum.” Media resources will increase comprehension and conversation.

Course Materials:

• Textbook –  Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume II Textbook, XS edition | ©1999 XL Group | 167 pages
• Activity Book –  Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume II Activity Book | ©1999 XL Group | 73 pages
• Teacher’s Guide –  Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume II Teacher’s Guide, XS edition | ©1999 XL Group | 283 pages
• Study/Drill Sheets –  Latin in the Christian Trivium: Volume II Study Sheets and Drill Sheets, XS edition | ©1999 XL Group | 104 pages
• Test Packet – ©2017 Christian Liberty Press | 8 tests

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#92305 BJU Spanish 1

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

$170

Prerequisites:

None

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#49910 Exciting World of Creative Writing

Suggested Grade Level:

7th - 10th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course emphasizes creativity in writing. Students will learn how to write short stories, both fictional and non-fictional. Student will also receive information and guidance about getting their stories published.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – The Exciting World of Creative Writing | ©1997 (rev ed) Christian Liberty Press | 137 pages
• Test Packet – ©2008 Christian Liberty Press | 4 tests

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#93500 Family & Consumer Science

Suggested Grade Level:

8th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0 (if assigned at the high school level)

Additional Course Charge:

$75

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This is a complete home economics course that covers Christian character and appearance, cooking, sewing, fashion, interior decorating, hospitality, etiquette, home management, finances, child development and care, and relationships. Course includes 10 in-book tests.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Lifepac Family and Consumer Science | ©2000 Alpha Omega Publications | 10 student books, 585 pages total
• Teacher’s Guide – Lifepac Family and Consumer Science Teacher’s Guide | ©2000 Alpha Omega Publications | 159 pages
• Reference Guide – Nutritive Value of Foods | ©2000 Alpha Omega Publications | 95 pages

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#67110 Fossils That Speak Out

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course examines some of the evidence that supports the Biblical creation model. It documents much of the fraud that has been perpetuated by “science” in order to further the theory of evolution.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Fossils That Speak Out, 2nd edition | ©1993 Presbyterian and Reformed | 119 pages
• Test Packet – ©2013 Christian Liberty Press | 5 tests

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#77185 Christian Living in the Home

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course provides an examination of Christ-centered family life. It provides biblically based counsel on husband-wife and parent-child relationships.

Course Materials:

• Textbook – Christian Living in the Home | ©1972 Presbyterian and Reformed | 143 pages
• Test Packet – ©2004 Christian Liberty Press | 4 tests

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#41110 Success in Writing

Suggested Grade Level:

9th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course presents a balanced approach to both the technical and creative aspects of writing. Many sections contain samples of good writing from literature, providing examples for students to study. Book assignments offer different types of writing exercises.

Course Materials:

Success in Writing | ©1968 Christian Liberty Press reprint (Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.) | 127 pages

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#49245 Jensen's Format Writing

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

1.0

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course emphasizes the technical aspects of how to construct good paragraphs, essays, and research papers. The assignments in the book include writing seven kinds of paragraphs and seven kinds of essays, as well as a research paper.

Course Materials:

Jensen’s Format Writing, 2nd edition | ©2016 Master Books | 277 pages

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#99500 Celebrating Art

Suggested Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course contains 36 hands-on arts and crafts activities designed to help develop basic art skills. All can be completed with simple household items. Projects are divided into four categories: crafts in the kitchen, crafts for others, crafts for oneself, and crafts from nature.

Course Materials:

Celebrating Art | ©1994 Christian Liberty Press | 103 pages

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#42300 Sound Speech

Suggested Grade Level:

10th - 12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

$100

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course introduces students to the various forms of public speaking, and teaches them how to choose topics, assess audiences, research their speech subjects, organize their speeches, and improve their delivery.

Course Materials:

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#99510 Appreciating Art

Suggested Grade Level:

1st

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course contains 36 hands-on arts and crafts activities that can be completed with simple household items. Projects are divided into four categories: crafts in the kitchen, crafts for others, crafts for oneself, and crafts from nature.

Course Materials:

Appreciating Art | ©1994 Christian Liberty Press | 85 pages

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#99560 Line Upon Line

Suggested Grade Level:

7th

Additional Course Charge:

None

Description:

This course presents step-by-step instructions that teach beginning artists how to draw simple objects using pencil. A hands-on approach is used to equip students with foundational skills and concepts.

Course Materials:

Line Upon Line: An Incremental Approach to Drawing | ©1997 Christian Liberty Press | 50 pages

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#49895 Writing a Research Paper: Senior Project

Suggested Grade Level:

12th

Academic Credit:

0.5

Additional Course Charge:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

This course teaches the step-by-step process of producing a written research paper. It begins by defining a research paper as an expanded expository essay which informs or explains an issue or topic through an accurate recording and supporting of the truth. The student is then taken through the steps of preplanning: how to use the library, the selecting of a topic, focusing thoughts, preparing an outline, and producing a final product.

Course Materials:

Writing a Research Paper, 2nd edition | ©2017 Christian Liberty Press | 74 pages

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