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American History Unit Study Bundle


375 Pages of Unit Studies!


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Hundreds of Hours of Learning for Grades K-12


GREAT for both homeschool families and teachers in the classroom!


This E-Book contains 20 interactive PDF Unit Studies, with 375 pages of content, including 150 lesson plans and worksheets for grades K-12!

Each Unit Study:

  • Was developed by a team of certified education specialists
  • Is provided with 20 - 50 clickable links
  • Contains additional related online and book resources
  • Contains 6-8 lessons and 2-6 worksheets
  • Is cross-curricular with 10-30 pages of learning for grades K-12
  • Contains hundreds of hours of online and offline learning!


The following Unit Studies are included in this E-Book:


Abraham Lincoln Unit Study

Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth president of the United States, is considered by many to be the greatest American president in history. He was born into an uneducated, backwoods family. Through hard work and sheer determination he rose to the presidency during one of the most difficult times in our nation's history-the Civil War.


Black History Unit Study

February is the annual observance of Black History Month, a time to honor the contributions, culture and achievements of African Americans. The history of African Americans is an integral part of the history of the United States. Join HLN and explore some great Web resources about African Americans that you can incorporate into your curriculum!


Civil War Unit Study

The Civil War was a time of great strife and conflict that divided our nation. It resulted in the end of slavery and left deep scars on the country. What were the causes of this bloody war that pitted brother against brother? Why did the South want to secede from the Union? In this unit, we examine the roots and causes of the Civil War.


Colonial America Unit Study

In 1607, a group of about 100 settlers from England landed near the Chesapeake Bay in what is now Virginia. They established Jamestown, the first permanent British colony in North America. As more settlers came, they formed thirteen colonies that extended from Maine to Georgia.


Henry Ford & Autos Unit Study

Over the last century, the number of automobiles in the U.S. grew from 8,000 to 218 million! Many people credit the rise of the automobile to Henry Ford– his mass production methods made automobiles affordable, and transformed travel around the world! In this unit, explore the life of Henry Ford and the early development of the automobile.


Meet the Presidents Unit Study

Every year, on the third Monday in February, Americans celebrate Presidents' Day, a holiday set aside to honor all the men who have served as chief executive of the United States. Although 42 men have held that office, most Americans are familiar with the achievements of only a few. In this unit, we will explore and honor all of America's presidents!


Native Americans I Unit Study

November is National American Indian and California Native Heritage Month, a time to honor the history, culture and contributions of the first people to live in America. The theme for the 2001 celebration is "Our children, our nations, our future." Begin your study of Native Americans with this two-part unit!


Native Americans II Unit Study

Native American tribes are classified into cultural groups with strong similarities. Each cultural group is unique in its traditions, history, languages and daily life. Learn about tribes from the Plains, Plateau, Great Basin and Southwest regions this unit that explores Native American life.


Slavery Part I Unit Study

For over 200 years, America was enmeshed in slavery. How did this happen? How did it stop? Join HLN in Part 1 of a 2-Part series on Slavery during Black History Month as we explore this dark period in American history, and how it ended.


Slavery, Part 2 Unit Study

For over 200 years, America was enmeshed in slavery. How did this happen? How did it stop? Join HLN in Part 2 of a 2-Part series on Slavery during Black History Month as we explore this dark period in American history, and how it ended.


American Revolution Unit Study

No Taxation Without Representation! This statement would help launch the American colonies into a war for economic and political freedom. In this unit, we investigate how the Revolutionary War began and study the men and women who fought for a new country.


Gold Rush Part 1 Unit Study

The cry of "Gold!" in 1848 sent excited groups traveling westward in the hopes of finding fortune. While most did not achieve wealth, their travels and settlements grew a nation.


Gold Rush Part 2 Unit Study

Several gold rushes contributed to the westward expansion of the United States. The California Gold Rush, combined with a cry of "Manifest Destiny," united the country from the East Coast to the West.


The Mayflower Unit Study

Nearly 400 years ago, a group of people left Europe to seek religious freedom. They made a treacherous voyage across the Atlantic Ocean on a ship called the Mayflower. Learn about the Mayflower and its journey to America with lessons and activities across the grades!


Industrial Revolution Unit Study

The Industrial Revolution changed the way the world worked and lived. It affected every part of a person's day, from where and how they lived and ate, to where and how they worked. This was a time ripe for inventions and new technology.


Textile Industry Unit Study

The textile industry changed drastically during the Industrial Revolution. It was the starting point for radical changes that were going to happen both socially and economically throughout the western world. From the spinning jenny, to the power wheel, to the development of the factory, the production of goods would never be the same. Men were in a constant search for a way to produce goods-- better, quicker, and at a reduced cost.


Thomas Jefferson Unit Study

Thomas Jefferson was one of America's greatest presidents. He authored the Declaration of Independence, was responsible for the Louisiana Purchase, and had a strong hand in shaping the future of the newly formed United States of America.


Urban Life & Factories Unit Study

Urban life developed as factories were built in cities, and people from rural settings had to move to ensure their jobs and future. Life in the cities changed as more people arrived, yet they were often in search of jobs that did not exist. This mass urbanization brought with it both positive and negative effects.


The Constitution Unit Study

As the end result of the effort of many individuals, the Constitution represents an excellent model of cooperation, diplomacy, and compromise. Join us in this unit study which explores this historic document and its place in U.S. History.


American Women Unit Study

March is the annual celebration of National Women's History Month, a time to honor the achievements and contributions of women. The theme for this unit celebration is "Women Sustaining the American Spirit."

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For the Meet the Presidents section, there is very little content and most of the links are broken. This section of the bundle is basically worthless. [...]
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