Monarch 5th Grade History & Geography

Product Id - MON500H

Monarch 5th Grade History & Geography

Description

Monarch 5th Grade History & Geography has captivating lessons about exploration and America's birth. Engaging lessons bring history to life in this online Alpha Omega curriculum. Interactive timelines, audio files, video clips, and learning games are some of the multimedia elements this Internet-based Monarch homeschool program uses to provide a motivating, fun-filled learning environment. Additional lessons study transportation, communication, U.S. regions, and citizenship. So don’t wait. Immerse your child in Monarch 5th Grade History & Geography anytime and anywhere an Internet connection is available. This Bible-based curriculum requires no installation. Within seconds, your homeschooler can be enjoying the excitement of an online education. Imagine no more waiting and no more shipping costs.

Monarch 5th Grade History & Geography, which can be used with Windows® or Macintosh® systems, also has appealing curriculum tools. Assignment screens show daily assignments, due dates, and grades. Parents reduce paperwork with automatic grading and lesson planning. Approximately 85% of a homeschooler’s work is graded automatically. Enhance security features in this Alpha Omega curriculum reduce opportunities for cheating on test and quizzes, and the customizable school calendar makes scheduling easy. Order Monarch 5th Grade History & Geography from Alpha Omega Publications today and enjoy the ease of homeschooling online.

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System Requirements

In addition to a reliable High Speed Internet Connection and a recent version of Adobe Flash Player, you must have one of the following browsers:

Supported Browsers

  • Google Chrome (current version)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer (versions 11 & 10)
  • Mozilla Firefox (current version)
  • Apple Safari (version 9)

Best Effort Browsers

Apple Safari (version 8)

Microsoft Edge*

*While a number of touchscreen-specific features are built into Windows 10, we do not officially support touchscreen interactions at this time.