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An Overview of the 18th Century Unit Study

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In this study you will find 24 topics about the 18th century. A Journey Through Learning Unit Studies are complete and come with an information page for each topic written at a level your child will understand. Each topic has an activity for your child to complete to extend understanding. Each topic has vocabulary words underlined so that your child can see them in context. At the back of the unit study are vocabulary sheets where your child can write the definition of the vocabulary words. Also included is a study of the 20th century presidents and a time line of the 20th century which comes with small images that your child can actually glue onto the time line! Most of the images in our unit study are actual photos.

Topics include: School in the 1700's, Slave Trade, French and Indian War, Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, American Revolution, Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, The Constitution, Bill of Rights, Dividing the Western Lands, The White House, George Washington, Paul Revere, Thomas Jefferson, Daniel Boone, Inventions, 18th Century Technology, Fun Facts, 18th Century Presidents.

Also recommended is An Overview of the 18th Century Copy Work and An Overview of the 18th Century Games(sold separately).


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File Last Updated:
January 24, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on March 28, 2008.