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World History Junior series is

a five-sense learning development program designed to help students acquire historical knowledge naturally by using 3D puzzles, textbooks, and videos of major historical sites and artifacts around the world.

World History in my hands!

Experience the world's famous historic sites and artifacts firsthand!


Discover the greatness of human history spanning millions of years!

(Learn it - Build it - Keep it)

FEATURES

COMPONENTS

Puzzle

Construction of high-quality world relics and buildings

Understanding 3D architectural modeling skills

Development of spatial perception and problem-solving abilities

Hands-on activities to improve concentration

Textbook

Content from top history professionals

Learning about the historical origins of major historical sites and relics, and understanding key people and events

Acquisition of integrated educational information related to world history (mathematics, science, social studies, arts, etc.)

Various learning activities

such as quizzes, storytelling

and portfolio

Videos, E-Book, Learning Materials


 [Videos]

  Learning videos aligned to textbook topics

  Videos that match the content of the passage to make learning more engaging

  Videos consisting of relatively easy to difficult sentences

  Can improve comprehension of the passages


 [E-Book]

  Title / Images / Video / Audio / Paragraph

  Access multilingual translation via QR code scanning (Google Translate)


 [Learning Materials]

  Quiz & Answer / Puzzle assembly video / Puzzle assembly diagram / Coloring sheets / Additional photos and videos

  Anyone can share own portfolios

  Any device


Experience fun and easy-to-understand learning about world history and cultural heritage through interesting "making" activities.

The program covers ancient, medieval, modern, and late modern world histories, as well as archaeological sites and relics, historical backgrounds, and character studies, with useful stories and glossaries to improve learning outcomes.

Perfect for regular history classes and after-school STEM learning!

Our highly reliable teaching materials are produced under the supervision of history experts.


Don't just study history, "build" it!

TOTAL PROGRAM

The Great Pyramid of Khufu

• [Africa] Egypt
• History and Mathematics

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites


Stonehenge

• [Europe] England
• History and Chemistry

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Oracle Bone Script

• [Asia] China
• History and Chinese Characters

Human Evolution

• [Africa] Ethiopia
• History and Arts

The Great Wall of China

• [Asia] China
• History and Mathematics

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Colosseum

• [Europe] Italy
• History and Science (Physics)

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Caste

• [Asia] India
• History and Mathematics

Gate of All Nations

• [Asia] Iran
• History and Athletics

Angkor Wat

• [Asia] Cambodia
• History and Social Studies (Geography)

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Notre-Dame Cathedral 

• [Europe] France
• History and Arts

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Kaaba

• [Asia] Saudi Arabia
• History and Science (Astronomy)

Mogao Caves

• [Asia] China
• History and Arts

Taj Mahal

• [Asia] India
• History and Mathematics

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Forbidden City

• [Asia] China
• History and Arts

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Machu Picchu

• [South America] Peru
• History and Science (Biology)

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Ger

• [Asia] Mongolia
• History and Social Studies

Suez Canal

• [Africa] Egypt
• History and Science (Physics)

Palace of Versailles

• [Europe] France
• History and Arts

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Steam Locomotive

• [Europe] England
• History and Science (Physics)

Opium War

• [Asia] China
• History and Science (Biology)

Eiffel Tower

• [Europe] France
• History and Science (Chemistry)

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Empire State Building

• [North America] USA
• History and Social Studies (Economics)

Brandenburg Gate & Berlin Wall

• [Europe] Germany
• History and Arts

*UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Apollo 11

• [North America] USA
• History and Science (Earth Science)

CURRICULUM (Max. 3 Years)

Periods

Historic Site / Monument / Artifact

Theme

Continent

Country

Extra Subject

Semester

Ancient

The Great Pyramid of Khufu

Origin of Humans and Formation of Civilization

Africa

Egypt

Mathematics

1st

Stonehenge

Europe

England

Chemistry

Oracle Bone Script

Asia

China

Chinese Characters

Human Evolution

Africa

Ethiopia

Arts

The Great Wall of China

Formation of the United Empires

Asia

China

Mathematics

2nd

Colosseum

Europe

Italy

Science (Physics)

Caste

Asia

India

Mathematics

Gate of All Nations

Asia

Iran

Athletics

Periods

Historic Site / Monument / Artifact

Theme

Continent

Country

Extra Subject

Semester

Medieval

Angkor Wat

Formation of Various Cultures

Asia

Cambodia

Social Studies (Geography)

1st

Notre-Dame Cathedral 

Europe

France

Arts

Kaaba

Asia

Saudi Arabia

Science (Astronomy)

Mogao Caves

Asia

China

Arts

Taj Mahal

Expansion of World Cultural Exchanges

Asia

India

Mathematics

2nd

Forbidden City

Asia

China

Arts

Machu Picchu

South America

Peru

Science (Biology)

Ger

Asia

Mongolia

Social Studies

Periods

Historic Site / Monument / Artifact

Theme

Continent

Country

Extra Subject

Semester

Modern

Suez Canal

Industrialization and Establishment of the Modern World

Africa

Egypt

Science (Physics)

1st

Palace of Versailles

Europe

France

Arts

Steam Locomotive

Europe

England

Science (Physics)

Opium War

Asia

China

Science (Biology)

Late Modern

Eiffel Tower

Development of the World

Europe

France

Science (Chemistry)

2nd

Empire State Building

North America

USA

Social Studies (Economics)

Brandenburg Gate & Berlin Wall

Europe

Germany

Arts

Apollo 11

North America

USA

Science (Earth Science)

CLASS OPERATION

2 Times / Month
3 Times / Month
4 Times / Month
Explanation of the content
Explanation of the content
Explanation of the content
Assemble the puzzle
Review the content
Review the content

Assemble the puzzle
Assemble the puzzle