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Slavery and emancipation, secession, specific battles, important leaders and figures, women, Reconstruction, and other topics are covered with activities and special "project days." Notebooking pages, penmanship pages, timeline figures, creative writing assignments, Civil War recipes, factfile games, authentic crafts such as a soldier's "housewife" or corn-cob checkers set, 13 lapbook projects, and a final "Civil War Jamboree" project are included for a fun and fact-filled way to learn about the Civil War.
25 lessons may be spread over 5-10 weeks, allowing you plenty of time to customize your Civil War unit study. Text and project overview pages keep lessons on track, while masters, photos and drawings make for easy lesson planning. Teacher helps, keys, resource list and "guide at a glance" included. Grades 3-8; 1 CD-ROM.
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Series: Time Travelers History Study
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Sarah BPAAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Fantastic!April 2, 2013Sarah BPAAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I ordered this to do as an end of the year unit study with my 4th grader and 1st grade as we were in the process of moving and would be near many Civil War battlefields. I wanted my kids to understand the importance of the Civil War and appreciate the significance of the battlefields, rather than just another tourist stop. This was more than accomplished. Not only did the kids learn and enjoy the study, but I also did right along with them. Almost a year later the kids still remember and talk about what they learned as we tour battlefields. They would like to end this school year the same way, with another Time Travelers study. This is well worth the time and effort that you will put into teaching your kids. I can't wait to dive into another one!