Make history your child's favorite subject with American Characters: They March to a Different Drummer—a supplemental homeschool resource. Discover unique and interesting personalities from the 1850's to 1950's that left their mark on American history. Includes fifteen stories with historical timelines, learning activities and more!
Studying about America's history during 1850-1950 in your homeschool curriculum? Looking for supplemental resources with biographical sketches on unique individuals not normally found in other textbooks? Now you can expand on your child's historical knowledge with American Characters: They Marched to a Different Drummer from Alpha Omega Publications. This must-have homeschooling history resource contains fifteen captivating stories told in storytelling format for grades 5 and up. Personalities include Diamond Jim Brady, the man who looked like money; John Solomon Rarey, the man who talked to horses; Mile a Minute Barney, one of America's first race car drivers; Nelly Bly, the girl who went around the world in less than 80 days; and more! Just imagine your child's newfound interest in the history of America as he reads and learns about figures and events he's never heard of before! But there's even more to this delightful book! As your child reads and completes each story, he will also discover engaging discussion and learning activities that encourage his own unique creativity. How exciting is that! Feed your child's hunger for extraordinary stories from America's past with American Characters: They Marched to a Different Drummer. Add one to your shopping cart today!