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Early American History Intermediate Study Guide - by Rea Berg
Suitable for grades 4th-6th,
study covers the Vikings through the Civil War. This teacher's guide
provides daily instruction in reading, notebooking, map-making, biblical
principles, character studies, government, writing exercises and use of
our Early American Time Line. Authors include such fine writers
as Esther Forbes, Elizabeth Yates, James Daugherty, Jeri Ferris, Carl
Sandburg, among others. Contains 101 lessons and it is suggested that 3
lessons be completed each week. See list below for new features!
Quick feature list for Intermediate Early American History Study Guide:
*Beautiful full color layout including historic art, paintings,
charts, and maps.
*Internet links throughout guide for further interest and enhanced
*Guide includes an Answer Key.
*Many optional activities listed, especially having to do with
*Expanded comprehension questions.
*Now features A Child's First Book of American History by Earl Schenck Miers.
About the Author:
Rea is a homeschooling mother of six whose determination to teach history using quality literature rather than
standard textbooks inspired her to research what was available to accomplish that purpose. The result has been a series of History Through Literature study guides all designed to acquaint the reader with the best children's literature available on the subject. Rea holds a Masters Degree in Children's Literature from The Center for the Study of Children's Literature, Simmons College in Boston.
Not sure which study to use? Click here to see our Suggested Study Sequence.