The History of The Fundamental Needs of Humans consists of 11 sets of full-color pictures, matching stories and labels, 11 sets of student control booklets, and one teacher’s control.
Pictures and story cards measure 5.5″ x 5.5″. Each set is stored in a custom-designed plastic pocket. The exercises correspond to the study of the six major historical periods of human development in Western Civilization: Prehistory, Egyptian, Greek, Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Modern Time.
Material Needs: Shelter, Clothing, Transportation (Land and Water), Nutrition, Physical Health, Defense, and Communication.
Spiritual Needs: Social Acceptance, Art, Religion, and Philosophy.
The History of The Fundamental Needs of Humans (CME Notes) are also available.