Tuesday, October 25, 2011

George Washington Carver - His Life & His Work DVD Review

Marshall Publishing is known for its' educational DVD's and books.  We love to keep learning interesting and that includes using DVD's and video documentaries to enhance our lessons.  So, when I was selected to review the George Washington Carver:  His Life and His Work DVD I was very excited.

The DVD tells the story of Carver's life from childhood on up.  His life of overcoming obstacles, tireless dedication, education, work, discoveries and contributions is inspiring!  Honestly, I had no idea how much Carver impacted our world and contributed to the growth of agriculture and horticulture.

My family sat together to watch this almost 30 minute film.  The narration was interesting and the pictures and video were nostalgic.  I did feel like I was taken back in time to middle school as the music and videography seemed dated.  But, the content of the DVD came across and was a wonderful addition to our days' history lesson.  I found that it would be best suited for upper elementary and older.

To top it off, Marshall Publishing provides a Study Guide and Discussion Questions to accompany the video.  You can find that at the website also when you order your copy of the DVD.  These added features would be best for middle schoolers and older.

You can purchase the  George Washington Carver:  His Life and His Work by visiting the Marshall Publishing website.   Normally the price is $19.95 plus shipping and handling, but I'm happy to extend to you a special discount for my readers that will give you 15% off!  That makes your special price only $16.95 plus S&H.  Just enter coupon code TOSC1 at checkout.

Any products reviewed by me as a member of the TOS Homeschool Crew have been given to me free of charge in order for me to provide you with an honest review of the product and/or how we used the product within our family.  I do not receive any other form of compensation for the reviews posted on this blog.

1 comment:

  1. Oh, perfect timing! We are about to study George Washington Carver. Thanks for this helpful review.