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Order #: ETLC10352i
Grades: 1, 2, 3, 4
Reading Level: 1-4
Total Page: 32
Author: Mary Tucker
This exciting new series is designed not only to bring history to life for your students, these activities actually bring history into your classroom! Washington Crossing the Delaware - it's one of the most famous paintings of the Revolutionary War. But is it accurate? Do your students understand what was happening in the picture? Do they have any inkling of the pain and effort and courage involved in that event? Through a variety of creative activities in this book, students will discover the truths behind the picture - not only what happened that night, but what led up to it and what happened as a result of it. Poetry, discussion, role play, games and other activities will bring the Revolutionary War into your classroom! Students will learn that war causes pain and hardship for everyone, even those at home. They'll put themselves in the place of the soldier - hungry, cold, lonely, underpaid and afraid.
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