*The book Path to the Pacific: The Story of Sacagawea has recently fallen out of print. The publisher will not bring this title back into print so we are in the process of searching for a replacement. The pack price has been updated to reflect this deduction. We apologize for the inconvenience and are working towards a solution. Thank you for your understanding.
Learn about the incredible time period of 1000 AD to mid 1800s
through beautifully-written and engaging literature. This course goes
deeper into the discovery, settlement, and establishment of the United
States and the remarkable men and women who were instrumental in that
process. Read about the Vikings, Pilgrims, rebels and patriots, thinkers
and inventors who have made America what it is.
open-and-go teacher's guide, designed for 4-6th grade, provides easy
instruction in reading, notebooking, map-making, biblical principles,
character studies, government, website links, writing exercises, answer
key, and use of the Early American Timeline. Authors include award-winning Elizabeth Yates, James Daugherty, Jeri Ferris, Carl Sandburg, and the d'Aulaires.
•This study contains 101 lessons.
•Complete 3 lessons per week for a one-year study.
*Be sure to download the free picture packet
that accompanies this study. These are coloring pictures referenced in the Teacher Guide.
The Comp Pack is available for those who have previously used our Early American Primary study. The Comp Pack removes the duplicate books and CDs that are used in both courses.