1850 to Modern Times
Package and Individual Items
Enjoy learning U.S. and world history as you solve cryptography puzzles, bake Vietnamese Apricot Coconut Cake, and recite the Gettysburg Address in this year-long curriculum for 4th-8th grade.
Learn basic Christian beliefs and live out the amazing privilege and responsibility of sharing God's story of love with all people. Learn how prayer greatly impacts our world and its history, recognizing God's ultimate power in our universe.
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!
Student Sheets for 1850 to Modern Times engage children in a variety of activities. They include history notebook pages, historical map sheets, Timeline figures, State and Capital Game Cards, music composer pages, Periodic Table of Elements Chart, patriotic music sheets, State Sheets, State Bird and Flower Cards, and State Flag Stickers. Some sheets are printed in color or on thick colored paper.
Make history come alive with these selected "living" books specifically selected for 2nd and 3rd graders.
1850 to Modern Times Package is also required.
Janet and Geoff Benge
Hudson Taylor's story continues to challenge and inspire believers young and old to carry the anchoring gospel message, regardless of personal trial or hardships, to those who are adrift and without hope.
A story based on the life of Harriet Tubman.
Set on a small farm in southern Illinois, Jethro grows from a child to a young man across the five Aprils that span the Civil War.
This book details the early days of Alvin York, a backwoods Tennessean who lived in obscurity until he was drafted and trained to fight for Uncle Sam overseas during the Great War, World War I. Alvin York kept a war diary that was published in 1928 by Mr. Tom Skeyhill. This book is a unique reproduction of Sergeant York's war diary. Added to the events of the war diary are pictures and general information about World War I which allow the reader to experience perhaps for a moment, the feeling of what it was like to walk alongside Alvin York in the early 1900's.
C. Coco De Young
Eleven-year-old Margo Bandini has never been afraid of anything. Her life in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, with Mama and Papa and her little brother, Charlie, has always felt secure. But it's 1933, and the Great Depression is changing things for families all across America.
U.S. Facts & Fun presents factual stories and fun activities that will broaden the students' knowledge and appreciation of our diverse country.
Take a trip through the Nifty 50 with this fun, hands-on book!
Purchase one per student (2nd - 3rd grade) or photocopy.
William McElwee Miller
Your entire family will be captivated by these timeless missionary tales detailing the spread of the gospel in Persia/Iran among Muslims.
When Ivan and his sister, Katya, are sent to the Lenin Collective Farm to help with the harvest, they also have the opportunity to search for a Bible that is hidden somewhere on the farm. Will they find it in time?
Meet an artist, a farmer, a businessman, an astronaut, and others who have made a real difference in our world because they chose to live for God. They used the skills and interests and talents God gave them to help others.
We hope that these stories will inspire you to live for God and others. We hope that you will also become world changers — salt and light.
Jeannie K. Fulbright
Explore the world of science with this elementary chemistry and physics text. From molecules to motion to magnetism, introduce your child to the fascinating world of chemistry and physics all around us.
Classical music comes to life for children!
Susan Wise Bauer
Explore the modern age from the rise of the British Empire under Queen Victoria to the end of the U.S.S.R. Giving an overview of events from around the world, your child will discover the marvelous span of history in an easily accessible story.
Also available in audio format.
Susan Wise Bauer
Packed with activities to accompany volume four of The Story of the World, this book will help your student to not just read about history, but to experience it.
(The consumable student sheets from the activity book may be photocopied for additional students or purchased separately from Well-Trained Mind).
Joan D'Amico and Karen Eich Drummond
From the Pilgrims to modern day, discover how Americans have lived and dined over the centuries in this culinary tour of the United States.
From "The Star Spangled Banner" to "America, the Beautiful," this Spotify list includes eleven popular patriotic songs.
Learn the names, locations, and capitals of all 50 states with these easy sing-along songs.
Provides a visual timeline of the major events through history using timeline pieces from The Story of the World Activity Book.
David C. King
Created in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution, this volume tells the remarkable story of the most influential nations on earth. Filled with original photos and facsimiles, your student will learn about the major events and inventions from each decade of U.S. history.
Forty blank maps for learning the states, the capitals, and the regions of the U.S.
Patricia St. John
Getting to know God involves getting to know the Bible. Each of these chapters contain a short, devotional story that illustrates a spiritual truth. Followed by key Bible verses and application questions, this guide covers the major aspects of a relationship with God.