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Medieval History
Portfolio Junior

Early Christianity, Byzantium, and Medieval Europe

Hands on History for Ages 5 - 9

- scroll down to see sample pages -

The Medieval History Portfolio Junior is a junior version of the Medieval History Portfolio "classic", and is perfect for children ages 5 - 9. The Junior Portfolio contains fewer notebooking pages than the "classic" version, and therefore requires much less writing. Notebooking activities focus on observation, comprehension, penmanship, copywork, memory work, beginning writing skills, and plenty of games and puzzles for reinforcement and review.

The Junior Portfolio is divided into two sections, with the first section containing notebooking pages printed on cardstock paper, and the second section containing the parent guide with all of the instructions and multi-level cut-and-paste activities necessary to complete the book.

NOTE: All of the Junior Portfolios contain the same chapter titles in the same order as the Classic volumes, allowing older children using the Classic volumes and younger children using the Juniors to work side by side.

Use with the corresponding Full Color Maps, for the ultimate in convenience.

Companion Products



Medieval History Portfolio Full Color Maps

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The Thirty-two Week History Club
or "Co-op" Schedule



Four-part Timeline Matching Cards
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Recommended Books

Story of the World Vol. 1: Ancient Times, by Susan Wise Bauer.

Story of the World Vol. 2: The Middle Ages, by Susan Wise Bauer.

Kingfisher History Encyclopedia .

Children's Illustrated Bible by DK Publishing

* The Bibliography, located at the back of the Medieval Junior, contains recommended early readers, picture books, and non-fiction sources appropriate for ages 5 - 9.

Two Student Notebooking Pages
from the Medieval Europe chapter.

The Corresponding Pages From the Parent Guide

Examples of Completed Notebooking Pages: Student notebooking page showing the cover of the lap-book project.

Same page as above but with the lap-book opened.

Another page shown with the cover of the lap-book project.

Same page as above but with the lap-book opened
to reveal the pop-up project of a castle.