The Mystery of History volume 4, CC and NP

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First I want to provide a quick picture tutorial on printing The Mystery of History volume 4 Challenge Cards, and yes this will work with the other volumes.

(If you are here to for notebooking pages scroll down)

How to Print The Mystery of History volume 4 Challenge Cards

Printing Challenge Cards

I have a love hate relationship with technology. If you have found yourself completely stressed by getting the challenge cards to match-up I hope these two phrases will help.

In the printer settings change the options to Short Edge and Actual Size. 

Short Edge

Once these two options have been selected print a test page to see how things are lining up. Fingers crossed that the lines now match-up! If not leave a comment…I have computer whispers who can help.

The Mystery of History volume 4 Jeopardy with Challenge Cards:

Now that you have printed doubled sided and cut out all of those challenge cards let’s play a game.

  • Select 5 categories. I chose music, war, famous people, famous events and dates to remember.
  • First I sorted all the cards into one of the 5 categories.
  • Then I selected 5 cards from each pile.
  • I used a thumbtack to secure each card behind the dollar amount.

Jeopardy with Challenge Cards

The Mystery of History volume 4 Notebooking Pages

The Mystery of History volume 4

I have to confess, I have felt guilty this past semester when using The Mystery of History volume 4 notebooking pages with my boys because I know so many of you wanted them too!

Without any more delay…they are finished!

If you can not wait to own your own set, click over to the Bright Ideas Press store and download your copy of The Mystery of History volume 4 Notebook pages .

Thank you for your support of this blog!

We are just about done with Q3 and I think I need to brainstorm some project ideas.

 

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Comments

  1. Denice says:

    We love absolutely everything about MOH!! I wish I would have started using it YEARS ago!

  2. Lise Brown says:

    Love the readability and all of the awesome ideas Linda gives to make learning history exciting!

  3. I really like how Mystery of History teaches biblical history along with chronological history 🙂

  4. Lisa Langley says:

    I love MOH! We are working on volume 4!

  5. Christina says:

    I love Mystery of History!

  6. Beth says:

    I love Mystery of History and would you believe I asked for Vol 4 for my birthday and I got it. Hurray! I would love to have the notebooking pages too!

  7. We have loved MOH and enjoy the flexibility of using it with multiple ages. Thanks so much for all of your hard work on these, Stacey!

  8. Laura L says:

    We have enjoyed MOH over the past several years. The ability to use it with multiple ages and over multiple years is a plus. Excited to see the Notebook Pages! Thanks for the hard work, Stacey!

  9. CyndiN says:

    MOH is our favorite curriculum for History BY FAR but the best part is the biblical focus & chronological format! No other curriculum comes close 🙂

  10. Sean W says:

    MOH has been the best fit for our family. The activities, the lively audio cd’s, the notebooking pages! We’ve enjoyed Vol 1-3, cannot wait to move into 4!

  11. Erin P says:

    I love that Christ is the main focus of this series. I have been using it for a decade or more and waited and waited and waited for Vol. 4. Yay!!! These notebooking pages would be a blessing for my special needs son.

  12. Cheryl Powell says:

    Love MOH for my whole family. The only ancients (volume 1) that I saw that even had some lessons on the minor prophets! Starting volume 3 soon!!!

  13. Maureen Canterbury says:

    I love the style of writing along with all the great information provided. The fact that it does not separate God from history and shows how the church developed warts and all without bashing one denomination or another. I am so looking forward to doing Vol. IV in the fall

  14. I love that I can have all my children studying the same thing even though they are each in different ‘grades’ and while the younger ones work with my my oldest can do the older level stuff on her own.

  15. Ann says:

    We have been using MOH in the past two years. It has been interesting reading & studying. My daughter enjoys it very much. Thank you!

  16. Lynell says:

    These look fascinating….not sure if I can wait! 🙂

  17. Rachel H says:

    i love pretty much everything about MoH, but one of the things that I like the best is that it is creation based.

  18. Nicole M says:

    I love that MOH can be used with different ages/grades, it’s chronological and classical, there are always interesting hands-on projects, love the timeline, and most of all, I love that we (as a family) can do it together!

  19. Lisa T says:

    What is there not to love about it? Biblical worldview presented through and through. Thank you for the give-away!

  20. I need a computer whisperer! My CC still don’t line up! 😜

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