If you grabbed our subscriber freebie recently, you might want to take advantage of this 50% off deal to get Intermediate Language Lessons Part 1 for 50% off, since you got part two for FREE.
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Use code HSG-ILL50 to get 50% off Intermediate Language Lessons Part 1, making it just $5.00! Coupon code expires 1/21/15.
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Last year we gave you part one for free, so now we are giving you part two! In case you were not a subscriber then, you can get part one at 50% off with the coupon below!
Intermediate Language Lessons Part 2 – $10 Value
Taking Emma Serl’s original text (including all the lovely graphics), they have included blank lines throughout the ebook for your child to write in the answers to questions, do copywork, write dictation, write essays, etc.
All work will be done in the workbook, so no other paper is needed.
The best part about the ebook format is that you will be able to use it with all your children.
This book by Edward Eggleston, originally published in 1888, is full of solid early American History. It starts with Christopher Columbus…progresses through the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, and ends in 1888.
There are over 60 chapters of historical information for you and your children to enjoy, along with over 400 detailed black and white illustrations and maps throughout the book. Another bonus, is that after each chapter there are definitions of key words, study questions, and map work! Some of the chapters include fill-in-the-blank exercises for review. A complete index at the end of the book will assist you in finding anything you need in this book!
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