Exploration to 1850
Package and Individual Items
Explore the New World with Leif Ericsson, Christopher Columbus, and others. Discover the amazing story of the U.S. from colonial times to the California gold rush. Learn about the courage and faith of many who came to America. Help children understand man's struggles in world exploration as your family memorizes the book of James.
Daily lesson plans are in an easy-to-use weekly chart format that lists each subject with the appropriate book titles and page numbers to complete each day.
We do the lesson planning for you so that you have more time to enjoy teaching!
Consumable Student Sheets are designed to be used with the Exploration to 1850 package. All directions for the Student Sheets are found in the Teacher's Manual.
Make history come alive with these selected "living" books specifically selected for 2nd and 3rd graders.
Exploration to 1850 Package is also required.
Recycle a soda bottle to create a wild bird feeder and watch the birds flock to your house.
- Fun for all ages
- Easy to assemble
- No tools needed
This laminated placemat features the United States on one side and the world on the other.
Amos Fortune was born the son of an African king. In 1725, when he was 15 years old, he was captured by slave traders, brought to America and sold at auction. For 45 years, Amos worked as a slave and dreamed of freedom. At 60, he began to see those dreams come true. 1951 Newbery Medal Winner. Based on a true story.
Mary Chilton was a young girl when she left her home in Holland and traveled to America on board the Mayflower with her parents. The journey was filled with trials, joys, and some surprises, but when she reached the New World she experienced a new life, a new freedom, and a new home.
Jean Van Leeuwen
Traveling from Arkansas to Oregon Territory in 1852, the Todd family faces hardship and danger. Journey with them on the Oregon Trail as they cover two thousand miles to their new home. Based on a true story.
Janet and Geoff Benge
From humble beginnings in England to the interior of India, William Carey lived a life of service and sacrifice for God. Often called the
father of modern missions, he displayed a determination to bring the Gospel and God's word to the people of India and his life has inspired generations of Christians. Based on a true story.
Ethel C. Brill
When her parents are gone, fourteen-year-old Madeleine must take command of the fort when it is attacked by Mohawk Indians. With only a handful of soldiers to help, she defends the fort for over a week until reinforcements arrive. Based on a true story.
This is a heartwarming, real life story of Mary Jones, a young girl living in rural Wales in the late 1700s. After walking 50 miles in the hope that she will be able to buy a bible, Mary's dream inspires the beginnings of the British and Foreign Bible Society.
Debbie and Richard Lawrence
Discover the many facets of the animal kingdom. From largest to smallest, explore the many kinds of animals alive today in this colorful and informative volume.
The World of Animals:
- has a strong biblical worldview
- requires minimal teacher preparation
- teacdhes critical thinking skills
- includes fun hands-on activities with every lesson
- is multi-level (easy to use with multiple children and different ages)
- is flexible and works with all learning styles
Jeannie K. Fulbright
Explore the world of plants with this elementary botany text. From flowers to fruits and trees to tubers, introduce your child to the field of botany and discover the life cycle and benefits of the plants all around us.
Discover the habits of God's animal kingdom in this beautifully illustrated book. From communication to camouflage, read fascinating details of what makes each animal unique.
Classical music comes to life for your child!
Jane Bingham, Fiona Chandler, and Sam Taplin
Packed with photos, maps, illustrations, and short highlights of the last 500 years of history. Covering daily life to global events, this book explores the world from 1500 to the present.
Take a trip around the world discovering what occurred during the life of George Washington. This volume draws from far-reaching cultures and continents to create a picture of the world in which Washington lived and weaves the major events of his life into a fascinating story.
John and Patty Carratello
A step-by-step guide to help your young researcher complete a state project. From notecards to bibliography, this resource will introduce the process of writing an in-depth state report.
These cards are glued on President summary sheets (from the Student Sheets) and become part of the student's History Notebook.
Susan Wise Bauer
Explore the age of exploration and expansion from Elizabeth the First to the California Gold Rush. Giving an overview of events from around the world, your child will discover the marvelous span of history in an easily accessible story.
Follow the political and religious history of the colonization of America. From the beginnings of Roanoke and Jamestown to the founding of the thirteen colonies, delve into this foundational time in U.S. history.
Timothy Crater and Ranelda Hunsicker
Biographical and historical sketches of prominent men and women of faith in U.S. history. Spanning the centuries, the entire family will enjoy these short, inspiring stories.
From Leif Ericsson to the present, learn about the lives of important people and events in this American history overview. Learn the impact of the chief founders and builders of America with these captivating stories.
An up-to-date political wall map of the United States. Measures 50"x32".
Kay Arthur and Janna Arndt
Explore the book of James with this inductive Bible study workbook designed especially for kids. Learn how to deal with everyday problems by applying God's word.
Robert J. Morgan
Discover the stories behind the great hymns of our faith. Includes 150 hymns with piano music and lyrics, arranged in historical order. (Also used in 1850 to Modern Times.)