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Exploring Planet Earth

John Hudson Tiner

[Exploring Planet Earth (by John Hudson Tiner)]
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The Journey of Discovery from Early Civilization to Future Exploration

Provide your 10- to 14-year-olds with an overview of history's explorers and scientists -- from a creationist perspective. Though written specifically as a resource tool for fifth grade through junior high level, this book has broad appeal for any elementary-age child.

Supplemented with photographs, illustrations, questions, and chapter review activities, Exploring Planet Earth gives students the opportunity to read history that hasn't been altered or erased altogether. Read about Isaac Newton, the greatest scientist who ever lived, and his passion for Bible study. Read about glaciers, the history of Yellowstone National Park, the mystery of tides, and more. Students also learn about discoveries and inventions that helped bring "terra incognito" to light.

A wonderful supplement to any homeschool curriculum, this book emphasizes the history of civilization from a Biblical perspective with terms, definitions, and chapter tests. Students receive an excellent knowledge of people and places in this middle school level book.

Answer key included.

160 pages -- paperback
Dimensions: 11" x 8.5"
ISBN: 9780890511787
ISBN: 0890511780
Copyright: 1997
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