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Cradle of Liberty is a free eBook that makes a perfect addition to our 4th of July Holiday Helps!
Flag Day celebrates the adoption of the United States flag on June 14, 1777. Unit resources.
Presidents Day, February 15, 2021 We have updated our Presidents Day Holiday Helps page where we have pulled together everything you need to create a Presidents Day unit or just celebrate the holiday. Resources include: Our own lessons and units on George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Coloring pages, copywork suggestions, and printables for a Presidents […]
Pulling from letters and other primary sources, the biography covers the birth of Abigail Adams through her death and that of her husband eight years later.
Most states require a student to study state history. If you are looking for an easy do-it-yourself way to meet this requirement, you might appreciate this free state history research project from Accelerated Christian Education Ministries. This 9-page download provides an independent study guide to help a student research his state, culminating in a notebook […]
4th of July, 2020 We have updated our 4th of July Holiday Helps page. Our unit includes an explosive soda fireworks display, a freedom kite craft, and a Disney printable. You’ll also find our regular lineup of background information, primary source documents, quizzes, crafts, recipes, activities, book recommendations, units, lesson plans, and great downloads to […]
Flag Day, June 14, 2020 We have updated our Flag Day Unit Study. Links are updated. We have added a couple of activities that will work in the classroom or home setting. You will find activities and lessons to help you celebrate the day: 9 learning suggestions. 2 videos. Timeline. 5 book suggestions. 11 units/lesson […]
Just in time for Flag Day, a free eBook called How the Flag Became Old Glory by Emma Look Scott. Written in 1912, this illustrated title really covers the history of the flag through poems and prose, beginning with a look at Captain William Driver. The story of Capt. Driver is an interesting one: …Captain […]
Presidents Day, February 17, 2020 We have updated our Presidents Day Holiday Helps page, a free unit study. We’ve added a few finds and pulled together everything you need to create a Presidents Day unit. Resources include: Our own lessons and units on George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Coloring pages, copywork suggestions, and printables for […]
Mount Rushmore National Memorial: A Monument Commemorating the Conception, Preservation, and Growth of the Great American Republic was published by the Mount Rushmore National Memorial Society of Black Hills in 1946. Civilization, even its fine arts, is, most of it, quantity-produced stuff; education, law, government, wealth—each is enduring only as the day. Too little of […]