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A Children's Companion Guide to American History
Catherine Millard
A history book you can trust. Taken from original documents, the text and illustrations have been thoroughly researched to ensure accuracy. This book includes: 31 lessons covering the founding period of America; Study questions, assignments and Bible memorization verses related to our nation's Christian history; Answers to study questions for teachers and parents; Definitions of terms from Noah Webster's original dictionary; Bibliographic information; Historic guide to Christian heritage sites for field trips. In this book children will learn: Christian landmarks of America's history; The Biblical principles upon which our nation was founded; and more.
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A First Book in American History
Edward Eggleston
Teaches children American history through biography. Recommended for ages 9-12. Illustrated. 240 pages. Hardcover.
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A Beka Book
Canadian Province Notebook
Canadians and non-Canadians alike will profit by choosing a province or territory of Canada and doing guided, independent research on it. Soft-cover.
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Geography, A Literature Approach
Rea C. Berg
This teachers guide provides the framework for a hands-on course utilizing four of the Holling C. Holling classics. A year-long study designed to cover geography, history, science and more.
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Greenleaf
Guide to Ancient Egypt
Cynthia Shearer
Organizes readings & activities into 10 lessons with each lesson taking one to two weeks. Includes vocabulary lists and discussion questions. Can be adapted for grades 2-7. Recommended by Mary Pride. Paperback.
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Bob Jones University Press
Heritage Studies, Grade 4
Begins with the adoption of the Constitution and goes on to examine the settling of the West; the Civil War; and developments in transportation, communication, and industry. Includes biographical sketches of famous Americans. Teacher's Edition provides ideas for the preparation and presentation of the lessons. Includes a full-sized copy of student text. Teacher's Edition: 420 pages; loose-leaf in ring binder. Student Text 280-page hardbound text with color and black-and-white illustrations.
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History of California -- A Literature Approach
Rea C. Berg
Literature that teaches a providential view of California's story. Starting from the native Indians and early explorers, through the Gold Rush years and beyond to the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869.
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My State Notebook
A basic guide to help students collect and learn facts that are unique to their state as well as beginning research skills. Soft-cover.
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Nation Notebook
A basic guide to assist students in learning the history and geography of any country or territory in the world as they improve their research, library, and map reading skills. Includes a ''Do-It-Yourself Research Handbook''.
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Tate Publishing
Tarleton's Spy
David Slaughter
This is great spy mystery/adventure novel set during the American Revolutionary War. A thought-provoking coming of age story follows Jimmy enlisted under the British commander, Tarleton, as he tries to understand the reasons for the war, the complexities of war and his own loyalties. Join Jimmy as he uncovers a mysterious plot to test his courage, his wits and his conscience.
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