Our Biblical Classical Approach history study of American Federalism: The Nation Flowers extended lessons are helpful for teaching to multiple ages!
This is the first in a series. We recommend this order: American Federalism and Noah Webster; Frontier Life; Lewis and Clark: A Providential View; Jedidiah Morse: Father of American Geography and the California Gold Rush; Lewis and Clark Field Study pack. You may, of course, choose any order you wish.
Our open n’ go style allows for teaching and learning about this topic in a creative way—by grounding the concept of our nation flowering with the concrete example of flowers. Additionally, students learn about Noah Webster and his Blue Backed Speller (with the cause-to-effect).
You will need to have a copy of Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History book. This is because you will choose selections from the biography on Noah Webster to read to your students (or to highlight and assign to your older, more independent students). You will also need a copy of the Blue Backed Speller (1824) to extend your lessons for your older students. (We recommend the one published by Applewood Books.)
Save time by not having to research and figure out what to teach. This study of 82 notebook pages includes:
Lesson Plan for your records
Answer keys for parents/teachers
Five days of lessons broken down by day for you!
Notebook page for outlining the concept
Graphic organizer to help with comprehension
Reason and relate questions
Key Individual Study on Noah Webster
Key Event Chart
Writing assignment notebook page
Notebook pages with traceable titles and child ruled paper for Kindergarten/First Grade students
Notebook pages with regular ruled lines for 1st Grade – 3rd Grade students.
Notebook pages of Map Work for K-8 (use the Map Standard)
Your purchase is for your immediate family only.
You are not free to give copies away, capture the lessons with any device, nor to sell them (Ex. 20:15).
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Designed for 4th-8th grade students. Instructions for ‘layering down’ to K-2nd are given. (*Some students may need more help from their parent/teacher than others).