Date Added: 2010-07-18 This unit study book is a compilation of the nine individual mini units I wrote as I taught a hands-on science class based on Leonardo da Vinci.
Many of the students had studied da Vinci before we did these classes, but several students were not really familiar with him or his work.
This book can be used alone as introduction to da Vinci, or in conjunction with one or both of the other two books... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2010-03-28 There are many, many documents that came before the U.S. Constitution, and contributed to it directly or indirectly. I have gathered together the ones that I found very useful in my studies of the Constitution. These work well for a "compare and contrast" study between any of the various documents and each other, and between these and the Constitution itself.
The following documents are... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2010-03-28 Catherine has been studying and teaching the Constitution for almost ten years. She understands the frustrations of trying to teach it but not knowing where to start. Out of her own studies came a deeper understanding of the importance, then and now, of this critical document. That led to a deep desire to share the Constitution with her own students and to help others do the same. Here she brings it... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2010-02-08 Leonardo da Vinci lived at a time when people did not specialize in a particular area, like we tend to do today, and his life showed that trend clearly. May this book introduce you to this incredible "Renaissance man".
What makes this book different from others about Leonardo? Why take on a project like this, when so many others have already been written about him? Because, most books I... [click here for more]