Breathe new life into your child's history lessons with fifteen true stories from America's past in the American Adventures Part 1 supplemental history resource. Chronologically presented, each captivating account from 1770-1870 includes historical timelines, discussion and writing activities, extended research activities, and more!
Does your homeschooler find history boring and best left forgotten? Capture his attention with stimulating true stories of events and figures that shaped America's history during 1770-1870. Written in storytelling format, the American Adventures Part 1 for grades 5 and up includes accounts of Johnny Appleseed, hero of the wilderness; Sam Patch, the man who jumped to fame; Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman doctor, George Washington Carver, the $300 baby; the men who built the railroad across America; and more!But that's not all! Informative timelines and "What Else Was Happening?" summaries set the stage before each intriguing story to give your child the look and feel of that particular time period. What's more, thought-provoking writing, discussion, and research activities at the end of each story will give your child a fun-filled homeschooling history adventure. Why not get started now? Order a copy of the American Adventures Part 1 from Alpha Omega Publications today!