Lewis And Clark Unit StudyLewis And Clark Unit Study
Kim Kargbo

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Discover the west alongside Lewis and Clark! This six-week study will give students a unique view of the opening up of the American west, as well as the men and women who helped discover it. Activities, creative writing, geography, map work, science lessons and other integrated subjects will give children a great appreciation for the courage of the crew, Sacagawea's knowledge of the continent, and the scope and importance of the expedition. Grades 1-6, paperback, comb binding.
     

Recommended Resource List for Lewis and Clark:


As with ALL Soli Deo Gloria Resources unit studies, you may make any substitutions that you like for the resources recommended. You may then need to modify the reading portions of the lessons, or substitute activities that may have been found in a specific reference, but please, do not feel bound by these particular resources. If you already have something you would like to use, please do use that! These are just resources or references that have worked for us, and you may modify as you see fit.


Recommended Resources:
- Lewis and Clark for Kids by Janis Herbert (this is the base resource for this unit study)
- The Journals of Lewis and Clark by Lewis and Clark
OR
- Of Courage Undaunted by James Daugherty
- From Sea to Shining Sea by Peter Marshall and David Manuel
- From Sea to Shining Sea Activity Book
- Who Was Sacagawea? By Judith Bloom Fradin and Dennis Brindell Fradin (or any other child’s biography of Sacagawea)
- Streams to the River, River to the Sea by Scott O’Dell


Other Optional Resources:
- The Lewis and Clark Expedition Coloring Book by Dover
- Famous American Explorers by Bern Keating
- Any biography of Thomas Jefferson
- Any children’s biographies of Lewis and/or Clark
- Lewis and Clark Video – by National Geographic (originally shown as an IMAX film if you can find it at an IMAX in your area)
- www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/ (maps, timelines, original journal entries, and other info)
- Lewis and Clark historical devotionals by “Little Bear” Wheeler (available through Mantle Ministries)