Early American History: A Literature Approach for Intermediate Grades
Now revised and expanded, Rea and Joshua Berg's award-winning Early American History: A Literature Approach for Intermediate Grades features full-color pages plus additional books, resources, activities, comprehension questions, and web links. Covering 1000 AD through the mid-1880s, this Charlotte Mason-based guide will introduce students in 4th-6th grade to the exploration of America, colonization, the American Revolution, and Western Expansion. Based upon living books, parents read literature (sold-separately) from great authors such as the D'Aulaires, Elizabeth Yates, Carl Sandburg, Jeri Ferris, and others while following the lesson plans in this convenient guide. Organized into easily followed, simple, bullet-point lessons, students will learn the history of America along with corresponding biblical principles, poetry, geography, character studies and more! Students will complete a separate notebook where their reports, poetry, copy work, and other written work is kept. Though designed as a one-year course, it can be stretched to two years, depending on your pace. Contains 103 lessons and it is suggested that 2-3 lessons be completed each week. 41 full-color pages, softcover. Non-reproducible, non-consumable resource. All required books sold -separately. Answer key included.