Abraham Lincoln Copywork Notebook Package: The Emancipation Proclamation and The Gettysburg Address complete with Extension Exercises - PDF Download  [Download] -     By: Cyndi Kinney, Pamela Sutton
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Abraham Lincoln Copywork Notebook Package: The Emancipation Proclamation and The Gettysburg Address complete with Extension Exercises - PDF Download [Download]

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Copywork Notebooks are designed to help your children to learn spelling, punctuation, sentence structure, and vocabulary while copying from historical information. The idea is that your student will actually begin to imitate the elements in his or own writing. This particular Copywork Notebook walks your student through daily bite-sized portions of both Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and his Gettysburg Address. It also includes activities for extending the vocabulary lesson for each passage.

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Vendor: Knowledge Box Central
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781616250003
ISBN-13: 9781616250003
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This Copywork Notebook walks your student through daily bite-sized portions of Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation AND his Gettysburg Address. It also includes activities for extending the vocabulary lesson for each passage. Copywork Notebooks are designed to help your children to learn spelling, punctuation, sentence structure, and vocabulary while copying from historical information. The idea is that your student will actually begin to imitate the elements in his or own writing.

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