Great Colonial America Projects: You Can Build Yourself
Explore Native American Cultures!
With 25 Great Projects
Spirit masks, totem poles, tipis, and canoes! Explore Native American Cultures! brings the history of these fascinating people to life for young readers ages 6-9. Using hands-on activities, kids explore traditional Native American daily life, including shelter, clothing, food, tools, and technology. Kids will investigate myths, legends, ceremonies, and celebrations. Projects are simple to follow and$12.95
The American Identity in the Twenty-First Century
What is an immigrant? How have immigrants shaped the United States? Immigration Nation: The American Identity in the Twenty-First Century invites middle and high school students to explore the history of immigration in the United States and follow the stories of people who have made the journey to this country through the perspectives of immigrants,$17.95 - $22.95
Rebels and Revolutions
Real Tales of Radical Change in America
Traitors. Agitators. Rabble-rousers. Throughout American history, people who work to radically change society have been criticized, arrested, and even killed. Rebels and Revolutions: Real Tales of Radical Change in America for ages 9 to 12 explores the lives of five firebrands who used muskets and marches, boycotts and lawsuits in their struggle for justice.$9.95 - $19.95
The Dark Side of History Three-Title Book Bundle
History is filled with struggle, at both an international level and individual. Try these books for ages 12 to 15 to learn about the people, places, and events that have helped define the United States and beyond. Hands-on activities and research projects make learning fun and foundational! Titles include: The Civil War: The Struggle that Divided America$35.95
Children's Literature Review
"This is one of the best books for children about Colonial America. History teachers should own this book . . ."
". . . an educational yet fun approach to history."
Kerry Dexter, Blogger News Network
"There's a lot of fun to be had with Great Colonial America Projects You Can Build Yourself, for both children and adults. There's history turned into story and sharing, so that even if, maybe especially if, history was never your best subject, you and your kids will come away with stories of your own to share."
Jack Larkin, Chief Historian and Museum Scholar, Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts
"An abundant and valuable resource for engaging students in understanding early American life."
Connie Lapallo, author Dark Enough to See the Stars in a Jamestown Sky
"A friendly tone draws young readers in . . . a treat for those mothers with young children who want to bring the colonial period to life for them."
Paula Locklair, Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
"This delightful book is a wonderful and new way for children to become intrigued with colonial American history. This book should be a hit with families, teachers, and history museums!"
Detailed Book Description
Great Colonial America Projects You Can Build Yourself introduces readers ages 9-12 to colonial America through hands-on building projects. From dyeing and spinning yarn to weaving cloth, from creating tin plates and lanterns to learning wattle and daub construction. Great Colonial America Projects You Can Build Yourself gives readers a chance to experience how colonial Americans lived, cooked, entertained themselves, and interacted with their neighbors.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Colonial America Timeline and an Overview of the Thirteen Colonies
How It All Began
The New World
The Mayflower Voyage
Indentured Servants and Slavery
European Influence and Conflict
Colonial Law and Order
The First Americans
Native American Trade
Native American Games and Toys
Life in a Colonial Home
The Colonial Bedroom
Farm Animals and Game
Life and Work in a Colonial Town
Crime and Punishment, Colonial Style