American History in Picture Books - Schoolhouse Teachers

American History in Picture Books

Length: 17 units
Includes: Printable Lessons with Suggested Activities
Age/Grade: 1st – 5th Grade

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How to Use This Course

American History in Picture Books is a series of history studies based on picture books. It is designed for young, struggling, or ESL readers. Each study includes activities and discussion questions, and some units also include suggested vocabulary. Multiple books are suggested for each topic.

Course Introduction

This is a fun series that introduces American history to young or struggling readers and ESL learners. Areas of history discussed include exploration, colonial times, Native Americans, the American Revolution, and the Founding Fathers.

  • Discovery and Exploration
  • Colonial Times
  • Native Americans
  • Revolution
  • Founding Fathers and a New Country
  • A Young Nation
  • Moving West
  • Slavery and the Underground Railroad
  • Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War
  • Going West
  • Lady Liberty and Immigration
  • Turn of the Century
  • World War I
  • 1920s and ’30s
  • World War II
  • The Civil Rights Movement
  • Conclusion

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