HISTORY POCKETS COLONIAL AMERICA by EVAN-MOOR
In History Pockets—Colonial America, Grades 4—6, you'll find eight memorable discovery pockets. The introduction pocket gives an overview of the settlement of the thirteen original colonies. The other pockets feature a look at the aspects of colonial life in the northern, middle, and southern colonies.The book contains the following pockets: Introduction to Colonial America--maps and a time line, The First Settlements--Lost Colony, Jamestown, and Plymouth, The Native Americans--storytelling, rich languages, and peace treaty, Homes and Villages--wood-plank homes, log cabins, and plantations, Daily Life--food, clothing, and games, School--penmanship, hornbooks, and daily schedule, Work--trades, apprenticeship, and slavery, Memorable People--John Smith, Pocahontas, Squanto, and more. In each of the pockets you will find: a reproducible pocket labellisam, a bookmark of short, fun facts about the subject, a fact sheet of background information for teacher and students, arts and crafts projects, plus writing activities. Evaluation forms are provided at the end of the book for teacher and student assessment purposes.
|Grades||4, 5, 6|