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For Downloadable Curriculum, please understand the importance of printing downloadable curriculum for every child. Students who do not have a physical copy to write, take notes, and read along with, will miss out on about 80% of retention.

This student workbook is in a fill-in-the-blank format.  While teaching at BYU Dr. Skousen learned that by having students fill in key words as they go through the material, they would be able to retain the information they read by as much as 60% longer.  Answers to the blanks are in the back of the book. (Approx 250 pages)

This book covers America’s past and future — how Joan of Arc played a surprising role in America’s destiny, how Columbus’s contribution changed the world, and how prophetic statements about the exciting future of God’s “Promised Land” fulfilled what Benjamin Franklin called America’s “Manifest Destiny.”  Oriented towards Latter-Day-Saints. Thoroughly documented.  (66 pages)

The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”  This student workbook contains 30 principles of algebra.  An introduction explains the basics of why algebra uses letters to represent unknown numbers.  Ages 12 and up.  (68 pages)
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The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”  This student workbook contains 37 principles of business math, and an introduction gives an explanation of how “business” works in different scenarios. (53 pages)
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Because students do so much texting and computer work (and games), many think that cursive writing is not important anymore. This is why most public schools are no longer teaching this skill, and replacing it with keyboarding. Research is now finding that writing–especially cursive writing–is the key to proper brain function. Learning cursive writing skills will improve ALL learning!  Cursive writing enhances both sides of the brain — communication plus facts — thus creating a …

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As most of us are aware, legible penmanship has almost become a thing of the past. Now that many public schools are no longer teaching this skill, and replacing it with computer keyboards, it seems that penmanship may be eliminated from our culture altogether. The ability to write must not be abolished! In fact, research is now finding that writing is the key to proper brain function. Our culture depends on this skill being maintained. …

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W. Cleon Skousen s deep love for the life, mission and atonement of Jesus Christ culminated in more than 75 years of research and scholarship into the Savior s eternal role in his Father’s kingdom, here on earth, and into the eternities. Dr. Skousen’s broad expanse of research led him to interviews with living prophets and apostles, to the records and commentaries by the world s leading scholars on the Savior s life, and to …

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(Ages 10 and up, 26 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.” This student workbook contains 19 principles of decimals, and an introduction explains the origin of the dollar sign and cents. Writing amounts of money is the most common exposure young people will have to decimals, and so this is the emphasis in this booklet. Students learn the basics of rounding, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division …

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(Ages 10 and up, 38 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.” This student workbook contains 33 principles of fractions, and students learn the basics of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions, as well as reducing. Vocabulary words students learn along with the principles include: proper and improper fractions, mixed numbers, multiples, common multiples, least common multiple, common factors, greatest common factor, common denominator, reciprocal, etc. The …

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(Ages 12 and up, 52 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.” This student workbook contains 34 principles of geometry, and an introduction explains the many uses of geometry in occupations and jobs. Students learn the basics of geometrical shapes, as well as how to figure the area, perimeter, radius, diameter, circumference, etc. of flat objects. Degrees of various lines are explained, including different types of angles …

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After reviewing the basics, students learn the principles of addition and subtraction, including “carrying” and “borrowing.” 96 Pages (Agest 5 – 11)

This workbook presents basic principles of multiplication and division.  As with Volume 1, this book will help students understand that everything in the world and in the universe is patterned by God and His use of numbers.  They will practice thinking skills and self-govern with their own creativity.  Timed practice sheets help the students memorize the facts.   (Ages 9 – 12)  64 pages
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How does Heavenly Father use fractions? You will be surprised to discover many scriptures that refer to fractions — such as a “third” of the hosts of heaven, found in the book of Revelation. With this fun new addition to our junior math program, the younger students will gain a full understanding of how and why fractions are used in mathematics. It begins with very simple examples, and progresses to applying fractions to money, time, …

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This is first of two volumes in a new in-depth approach to learning the Book of Mormon for older aged students (12 and up). Volume 1 covers five hook dates (2200 BC to 73 BC). Students go through both manuals three times each year. First time through: Fill in the blank pages Second time through: Highlight key words in articles Third time through: Suggested activities and research projects
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This second volume covers the last five hook dates (64 BC to AD 421). Volume 2 completes the story of the Book of Mormon, and students can study it three times in a school years along with Volume 1. The Appendix includes answer keys to the fill-in-the-blank pages as well as many additional articles and information, some of which are from W. Cleon Skousen’s “Treasures From The Book of Mormon.”
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Ten hook dates cover the period of Middle Eastern History, from AD 33 – the end of Christ’s life, to AD 1991 – the Gulf War. Each hook date contains three historical events to study, and also includes activities and projects. This volume is designed to be studied for ten weeks, during the FIRST year, after studying the Old Testament Hook Dates.
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New personalities and events are attached to the same Middle East Hook Dates used in Volume 1, giving this study additional depth, from a study of the Masada to the ending of the Cold War in A.D. 1991. This Volume should be studied the SECOND year, for ten weeks after studying the Old Testament Hook Dates, Volume 2.
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This course is designed to help you launch into a life-time discovery of exciting history centered around the New Testament. Nearly 200 pages of valuable information have been compiled in this guidebook to help you in your research. Using a method originated by the renowned author and teacher, the late W. Cleon Skousen, we have incorporated the unique method of studying history called “hook dates.” This book was compiled and prepared by Rev. Donald N. …

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Ten major hook dates, personalities and events are combined to cover Old Testament History, from Adam and Eve at 4,000 BC to Roman Rule in 163 BC.  (Approximately 250 pages)
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This manual is designed to be used during the second year of history study, and should follow the same pattern as Volume 1, with one week memorizing the hook dates, personalities, and events, and ten weeks of study (one week per hook date). The same hook-dates listed in Volume 1 are also used in Volume 2, but the personalities and events are changed.  In-depth information from many sources verify and present Old Testament and World …

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Ten hook dates cover the period of American History, beginning with the Magna Charta in AD 1215, and ending with George H. Bush’s presidency in 1991. Because this information is so extensive and important to a student’s understanding of our American Heritage, it is recommended that this volume be studied for 20 weeks instead of ten. (About 250 pages)
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Ten hook dates cover the period of American History, beginning with John Wycliffe in AD 1215, and ending with Ronald Reagan’s presidency. This information is extensive and important to a student’s understanding of our American Heritage, it is recommended that this volume be studied for 20 weeks. (About 250 pages)
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NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED–2020!  Using this manual as a guide, students create their own science book by studying the five divisions of zoology outlined in Genesis of the Holy Bible.  Ages 10 and up.  (approx 100 pages)

“How and Why God Created my Body” is the study of physiology for ages 10 – 18.  This guidebook offers approximately 50 vocabulary words for students to research, define, illustrate and explain in their own personal science book.  (Approx. 60 pages)

Students will go through a study of the ten kinds of plants, and have hands-on experience with each of them. The introductory material is a study of the basic element of most plants – seeds. (Ages 10 and up; 73 pages)

This guidebook is not only a study of the physical make-up of the earth, but guides the student to discover the purposes for its creation and how God’s hand was in it “before the foundation of the world.” An introductory section discusses the basic element of the earth’s creation: Dust. The book is divided into only four sections of study, and within those four sections all the basic research on the Earth will become a …

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The book is divided into ten divisions of study. All the basic research on the Universe will become a part of the student’s original textbook as they search the scriptures and define the vocabulary words. At the conclusion of their study, students are asked to answer the question: WHY did God create the universe?(Ages 12 and up; about 80 pages)

A report by W. Cleon Skousen called “Building Blocks of the Universe” is included in the appendix of this  guidebook.  With this background, students will discover the incredible physical and spiritual properties of all matter. The ten divisions and the major vocabulary words in this guidebook are: Properties of Matter The Physics of Matter Classes of Matter The State of Solids The State of Liquids The State of Gases Combinations of Matter Chemistry in the …

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(Included in the “I Love America” book) This CD has 15 songs which are featured in Volumes 1 and 2 of “I Love America.” Written and composed by Julianne Kimber.

This book discusses nine major American holidays and incorporates games, songs, plays, coloring and poems for the younger ages.  NEW!  Digital download of songs and activity pages available!

There are two volumes of activities, correlating with the nine I Love America 1700’s Teacher Manuals.  Monthly work pages enhance the themes of patriotic, God-centered, free-enterprise lessons.
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This student workbook is a companion to the ten Teacher Manuals — I Love History — 1800s “Faith in Every Footstep.”  The workbook has activities, projects and information taught in the Teacher Manuals.  Over 200 pages.

The I Love History 1800’s Set – (Ten volumes, one per decade)  “Faith in Every Footstep,” is a study of the growth, freedom and expansion in the world, America, and the establishment of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Each volume is about 200 pages.
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Ten Teacher Manuals cover the twentieth century –1900’s.  Each manual is about 100 pages, divided into world history, American history and the expansion of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. *
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This Teacher’s Guide covers all 50 U.S. States in lesson format as a guide for teachers and parents.  States are listed alphabetically and regionally.
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This student workbook has illustrations, songs, coloring pages and information to fill in about each of the 50 states.  1 – 2 year study.

Ten hook-dates of American History show God’s hand in the establishment of this country, its downfall and its hope.  Fill-in-the-blank workbook, 185 pages.
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(Ages 5-8) The purpose of this parent/teacher manual is to help children learn how to perform creative service projects with their language arts skills and talents in art, music, poetry, reading and writing. It is probably true that most children have already learned to be helpful at home with chores and acts of service, however they may not think of using their talents in music, art, reading, writing and poetry for serving and helping others. …

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New for ages 6 – 11. Parents and teachers can use this manual as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of the human body from a child’s point of view.  NO sex education.  (283 pages)

Eleven delightful songs describe the events of the ten hook dates of the Book of Mormon.  Words and music by Julianne Kimber, arranged and sung by Jeremy Threlfall. *** This CD is Included with the purchase of the Jr Book of Mormon Teachers Manual.

This workbook, “Language Arts — CALLED TO SERVE by improving my talents” students will have fun learning to serve other people with their talents in art, music, poetry, reading and writing.  (123 pages)

This workbook is the companion to the “Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam “Let your Light so Shine!” Teacher Manual. In addition to learning about Jesus, it is hoped that the children will want to be more like Him by becoming His “sunbeam” – shining for Him each day.

“Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam – A study of the New Testament for Children.” In this manual you will find a unique and exciting way to teach Jesus’ teachings and His life to children. The lessons are based on a three-day a week schedule, and are designed to be approximately 45 minutes. As parent or teacher, you will be going through the hook dates three times during the school year. Each time through, a …

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“Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam – A study of the New Testament for Children.” In this manual you will find a unique and exciting way to teach Jesus’ teachings and His life to children.The lessons are based on a three-day a week schedule, and are designed to be approximately 45 minutes. As parent or teacher, you will be going through the hook dates three times during the school year. Each time through, a different …

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Students create their own physiology scrap book, with pictures and original drawings of the eight systems (kingdoms) of the body. Sex-education is NOT included.   Approx.  100 pages.

New for ages 6 – 8. Students use this book as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of animals and pets from a child’s point of view. The children create their own scrap book showing different animals as you study them. They have the opportunity to draw, color, cut out and paste the five animal types as related in Genesis: fish, birds, beasts, cattle, and creeping things (including insects). Discussion of each …

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New for ages 6 – 8. Parents can use this book as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of zoology — animals and pets from a child’s point of view. The children create their own scrap book showing different animals as you study them. They have the opportunity to draw, color, cut out and paste the five animal types as related in Genesis: fish, birds, beasts, cattle, and creeping things (including insects). …

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New for ages 6 -8. Parents can use this book as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of botany — all kinds of plants from a child’s point of view. The children create their own scrap book showing different plants as you study them. They have the opportunity to draw, color, cut out and paste eight categories of plants: vegetables, fruits, herbs, trees, shrubs, grasses, flowers, and weeds. Discussion of each category …

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Junior Science 3: The Good Seed Student Workbook Price per Unit (piece): New for ages 6 -8. Students use this book as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of botany — all kinds of plants from a child’s point of view. The children create their own scrapbook showing different plants as you study them. They have the opportunity to draw, color, cut out and paste eight categories of plants: vegetables, fruits, herbs, …

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Using the principles as the foundation, the student has 3 Learning Exercises to complete each week: With Learning Exercise #1 the student practices writing examples of the principle in their Language Arts journal. With Learning Exercise #2, the student finds an example of that principle in the scriptures and writes it in their Language Arts journal. With Learning Exercise #3, the student is given ideas for using that principle in academic service.

(Ages 10 and up) A “Review to Check Your Knowledge” and answer key is provided at the end of each section. As in Volume 1, the student has 3 Learning Exercises to complete each week: With Learning Exercise #1 the student practices writing examples of the principle in their Language Arts journal. With Learning Exercise #2, the student finds an example of that principle in the scriptures and writes it in their Language Arts journal. …

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Creative Language Arts Volume 3 is a very different approach to Language Arts than the two previous volumes. Approximately 40 new principles of CREATIVE WRITING are presented in this volume, and the student continues to use his/her academic skills in service projects.

Math Masters is written for children ages 4 to 8, with an emphasis on having FUN with numbers and their application.   (109 pages)
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The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.” This student workbook contains 20 principles of numeration (whole numbers), and students learn the basics of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. (Ages 10 and up, 40 pages)

This packet is intended to explain to parents as well as students why the Kimber Academy curriculum is organized the way it is, and the most effective way to teach the main core subjects. It has 7 DVD training sessions taught by Dr. Glenn J. Kimber.
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(Ages 10 and up, 22 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.” This student workbook contains 15 principles of percents, and an introduction explains to the student why it is important to understand how percentages work. Students learn the relationship of percents to decimals and fractions. They also learn to solve percent problems by writing “basic percent equations.” Principles of multiplication and division are also included, as …

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(Ages 10 and up, 21 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.” This student workbook contains 15 principles of ratio & proportion, and an introduction explains the importance of understanding these principles. Students learn various vocabulary words associated with this subject, such as “units,” “rate,” “unit rate,” “true proportion,” and “cross products.” Students also learn the basics of comparisons. Several reviews and answer keys check the student’s …

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The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”  This student workbook contains 15 principles of statistics. Students learn the basics of different kinds of charts which compare and analyze data. (26 pages)
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This Workbook is a companion to the Jr. Book of Mormon Teacher Manual.

(Ages 4 – 12)  This Parent Manual organizes the Book of Mormon with ten major “hook dates.”  By spending one week on each hook date, families can study and go through the Book of Mormon up to 4 times during the year. A CD of the Hook Date Songs is included with purchase of the Parent manual. There are games, a song for each of the hook dates, coloring pages, projects and role plays. This book …

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This manual contains ten units.  You will learn from the Bible how God began to create the world, first dividing light and dark, where you’ll learn how to shade and show contrast, first in two dimension, then three-dimension. When God divided the “waters from the waters” you’ll study sky colors, clouds, then mountains and oceans (dry land and seas). After that you’ll learn how to draw and paint all kinds of plants and animals. The …

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One of the most thorough compilations of research and statements by the Framers relating to constitutional interpretation, and addresses the Constitution clause by clause — providing resources on the Founder’s intent of each clause. These 3 manuals are fill in the blank workbooks. By using the fill in the blank method, an individual can retain up to 60% more information that is read. An answer key booklet is also included with the set.

This is a re-print of the Naked Communist by W. Cleon Skousen in a fill-in-the-blank format for the serious student who wants to learn the basics of the Communist agenda for the United States and the world.  (226 pages)

(Ages 12 and up, 46 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.” This student workbook contains 27 principles of weights and measures. Students learn the basic standards of weighing and measuring with the customary units used in the U.S. They also learn the metric system as a matter of information. Principles also cover abbreviations commonly used and methods of converting smaller units, measuring foot-pounds, horsepower, and converting …

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