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US History Package of 5 Soli Deo Gloria Resources Unit StudiesKim KargboSoli Deo Gloria Resources / Other$62.99Availability: In StockCBD Stock No: WW5007362
Buy five and save! This Early U.S. History package includes five of Soli Deo Gloria Resource's unit studies that cover American history from pre-Colonial days to the mid-1800s.
This kit includes:
Organized by geographic region, native peoples are studied in light of shared characteristics with a focus on a typically representative tribe. Five regions are covered, with legends, important persons, and other unique historical information for each shared. Timelines, maps, drawing, hands-on activities, crafts, food, puzzles, traditional legends and recommended living books will all help students develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for the first peoples of North America. Grades 1-4; paperback with comb binding.
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.
Built around selections from The Light and the Glory for Children and The Light and the Glory Activity Book, this approximately 6-week unit study will walk your students through life in the original 13 colonies. Each day includes a line-list of readings selected from the required resources list, discussion pointers, referenced activity pages & hands-on activities, notebooking projects, timeline suggestions, fill-in charts and more. Reproducibles include a comparison of the American colonies, "My Colony Project" fill-in-the-blank pages, Mayflower passenger list, Lincoln's 1863 Thanksgiving Proclamation, and a Colonial Vocabulary & Spelling quiz. For grades 1-4, paperback, comb binding.
The Civil War still evokes emotion with many, and is an endlessly interesting source of historical knowledge. Literature and history based, this unit study integrates vocabulary, creative writing and penmanship throughout. In eight weeks students will learn to look closely at the issues, battles, people and implications of the U.S. Civil War through a variety of recommended reading selections, hands-on activities and more. Grades 2-6; may be easily adapted for junior high. Paperback, comb binding.
The Civil Rights Movement was one of the most important shifts in the history of our nation. Learn about the major players and events leading up to, during and after the movement through history, language arts, Bible study, timelines and multimedia resource suggestions. 2-3 weeks; upper elementary and junior high. Paperback, comb-binding.
Understand the life under the ocean! Study in preparation for an upcoming vacation or as a biology extension: marine life is always a fascinating subject to "dive into!" In three to seven weeks, your students will learn all about ocean composition, geography, currents, ecosystems, tidal pools, and landforms and the many forms of life found within the sea. Fish and sea mammals are studied in-depth with information on the history of the sea and modern oceanography included. Extensive worksheets, hands-on activities, quizzes, charts and more will give you a full-fledged ocean tour! Grades 4-8; paperback, comb binding.
Wondering what you need to teach in kindergarten in order to start your children off on the right foot? Let Kim Kargbo's guide to the basics of education help guide you! Organized with activities and tips for six categories: Bible knowledge, basic math skills, basic phonics skills, early writing skills, general skills (phone, address, household tasks), and general knowledge (science, nature, poetry), you'll find a simple path to what your kindergartener should be learning. A sample daily schedule is provided, along with simply described activities for each category, a lesson worksheet, calendar template, list of helpful resources, and methods of learning the months of the year. Cardstock cover; spiral bound.
Additional Sticky Pad Rubrics For Evaluating WritingKim KargboSoli Deo Gloria Resources / Other$4.95Availability: In StockCBD Stock No: WW5007376
This extra sticky pad rubric is pre-printed with the writing evaluation rubric explained in the Evaluating Writing booklet. Great for easily explaining to students what in their writing is satisfactory, and what precisely needs improvement!