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Mystery of History vs. Story of the World

Brandy over at Half a Hundred Acre Wood wrote a very helpful review of the recently released final volume of Mystery of History. She also took the time to compare and contrast the pros and cons of Mystery of History vs. Story of the World. Many of her thoughts echoed what I said in my reviews (here and here) of both of these classical history curricula. Stay tuned for a post soon on how we’ll be using Mystery of History (and another resource) for our history next year.

Becky Aniol

About Becky Aniol

Becky holds a bachelor's degree in English literature and music, a master's degree in Christian education, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Christian education. She taught classical upper school grammar, literature, and history and lower school composition and grammar for two years, elementary school music for one year, and Kindermusik classes for four years before the birth of her children. She now loves staying home with her four children, Caleb, Kate, Christopher, and Caroline and homeschooling them classically.

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