All American History approaches the subject of history from a Christian perspective. The program is designed for students in 5th- 8th grades, but can be adapted to meet the needs of older and younger children.
The program is available in two texts. Volume 1 covers Explorers to the Jacksonians (1840's) and is divided in four units - the Age of European Exploration, the Age of Colonization, the Age of the Revolution, and the Age of Establishment and Expansion.
Volume 2, the Civil War to the 21st Century, picks up where the first volume leaves off. It contains units focused on the Civil War and Reconstruction, the Gilded Age, Two World Wars and a Great Depression, and the Cold War and Beyond.
Both volumes provide engaging stories, maps, and black and white illustrations or photographs. Your student will learn about the cultural, political, religious and economic climates that have shaped and impacted the United States.
Each volume provides a complete one year history curriculum when used with the accompanying student activity book and teacher's guide. The teacher's guide is an integral part of the program. It includes background information, hands-on activities, further research suggestions and an extensive book list.
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All American History is a comprehensive American history course. It incorporates geography and research as well. Subject: American History Levels …
All American History
My dd11 used All American History 1 independently in 6th grade from 2006-2007, and she loved it. She kept asking if she could keep reading and not stop …