Bridge Academy

Psalm 32:8

2nd - 4th grade History through Literature

Teacher: Savanna Bruce

In History Through Literature 3-4 students will study the period of World history from 1600-1850. This class covers early modern times around the world from the earliest explorers of the New World to the American Gold Rush. We’ll study the history of Europe through kings, queens, wars and plagues; discover the mysterious emperors of the Imperial East and learn about Napoleon’s wars; discuss the tragedies of slavery and the Trail of Tears in America; follow along with Lewis and Clark as they lead their expedition to explore the west, and so much in between. Susan Wise Bauer’s engaging narrative, The Story of the World, is designed as a read aloud for parents and students to enjoy together. Students will read selections at home with parents and complete weekly assignments from the student activity guide and test  booklet to reinforce class discussions and activities.

Required Texts:
 The Story of the World, Volume 3: Early Modern Times, revised edition Text, by Susan Wise Bauer $24.95
 Student Pages Vol. 3: Early Modern Times, revised edition $14.95 ( *Student Pages only—no need to buy the whole activity manual!)
 The Story of the World, Volume 3: Early Modern Times, Test Booklet $13.95

Copy/Supply Fee: $30 (check written to Savanna Bruce due at Orientation or at the first class)

Tuition: $340 ($34.00/month for ten months, August - May or $38/month if prorated or on a 9 month payment plan)

revised 2/14/2021

Savanna Bruce

Savanna Bruce has been a part of the Bridge Academy family since her Sophomore year and is currently pursuing her dream of becoming an elementary teacher at a homeschool co-op like Bridge Academy. She plans to remain at John Tyler Community College where she intends to study for two years before transferring to Longwood University.  Savanna loves children and exploring ways to ignite their imaginations in learning. Savanna loves farm life and enjoys singing and playing her cello.

Teaching: Exploring Languages 1st - 2nd (French portion), 2nd - 4th History through Literature, and 3rd - 4th P.E. class