Bookshark Reading With History Level F is geared for kids aged 10 – 13. The curriculum pans 36 weeks and include a variety of maps, comprehension questions, readers, read-alouds, and hands-on crafts for you and your child as you explore the Eastern Hemisphere.
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What does BookShark Science Level F Cover?
The spine for Bookshark Reading With History Level F is Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere, which will guide your student through the Middle East, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Israel, Russia, Korea, Saudi Arabia, India, Africa, Vietnam, the Pacific Islands, Australia, and New Zealand, and finally, Antarctica.
Literature Included in BookShark Reading With History Level F Curriculum
BookShark is a literature-based curriculum and includes a variety of books allow students to gain a more in-depth feel for the countries, regions, and time periods they’re learning about in Bookshark Reading With History Level F.
With a generous blend of read-alouds and independent readers, you and your child will explore the Eastern Hemisphere in depth through titles like:
- Wild Orchid
- Around the World in Eighty Days
- Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze
- Breaking Stalins Nose, and
- Rickshaw Girls
As you can see though, there are so many books included in the Bookshark Reading with History Level F curriculum.
I feel confident knowing that through Bookshark curriculum, my learner is going to come away from his homeschool experience, a well-read and empathetic global citizen.
I’ve been working on fostering a bit more independence when it comes to homeschool assignments for my 11-year-old.
That’s why I have been absolutely loving the BookShark Virtual option the company offers.
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