The video presentation includes an animated map that shows where troops were stationed and their movements making it easier to understand The Revolutionary War.
A warm read, and introductory look at the efforts of those trying to help the orphaned children in the big cities of America.
Updated 2021 Iditarod unit and resources including map and race tracking form.
Benjamin West and His Cat Grimalkin is a fun read-aloud by favorite author Marguerite Henry.
In Grandma’s Attic is a series of books by Arleta Richardson that touch base with life in the 19th century.
On January 6, 1912, the United States welcomed the 47th state — New Mexico. It was a long and arduous path to statehood. New Mexico was added to the United States as a territory in 1850. Residents began petitioning for full-fledged statehood shortly thereafter, but conflicts blocked the way. Conflicts between: Northern and Southern states. […]
Great time for a virtual field trip! When you can’t go in person, a virtual tour makes history, geography, science, and nature come alive!
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.
The World of Laura Ingalls Wilder ~ Review — The locations and landscapes encountered and detailed in the Little House books.
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 […]
Blaise Pascal was a French Renaissance scientist, mathematician, inventor, and theologian who was born on June 19, 1623. Pascal’s Beginnings Pascal’s mother died when he was three years old. Pascal’s father Étienne was a wealthy government official. He studied law but was also a talented mathematician and musician. After his wife died he decided […]