Week 16

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American History Curriculum Daily Schedule Week 16

This is our daily schedule page for week 16 of our American history curriculum.

Materials and books are listed here in more detail.

See below the schedule for notes.

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Week 16 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
The Story of the U.S.A Book 1

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Chapter 11 The 13 Colonies + Life in the Colonies

Read

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Answer the questions

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Reader

 

(T-2) Courage of Sarah Noble

Chapters 1-2

(Put cover into timeline: 1707).

Courage of Sarah Noble

Chapter 3

Courage of Sarah Noble

Chapter 4

Courage of Sarah Noble

Chapter 5

Courage of Sarah Noble

Chapter 6

Optional

Put covers into timeline: 1706-1790.)

What's the Big Idea, Ben Franklin?

p.6-12

Ben and Me
Chapter 1

What's the Big Idea...


p.14-23

Ben and Me
Chapter 2

What's the Big Idea...


p.24-33

Ben and Me
Chapter 3

What's the Big Idea...


p.34-40 (top)

Ben and Me
Chapter 4

What's the Big Idea...


p.40-48 End!

Ben and Me
Chapter 5

History Reading

Choose which one(s) you want

Put Benjamin Franklin covers into timeline: 1706-1790.)

(T-1) Benjamin Franklin p.1-10

Childhood of Famous Americans: Benjamin Franklin Chapters 1-2




The New Americans: Colonial Times: 1620-1689 (read approx. 9 pages per day)


(Put cover into timeline: 1620-1689).

 

 

This Country of Ours

27. HOW QUAKERS FIRST CAME TO NEW ENGLAND

Benjamin Franklin p.12-22

Childhood...
Chapter 3

 

 


The New Americans...

(read approx. 9 pages per day)


Benjamin Franklin p.23-28

Childhood...
Chapters 4-5

 



The New Americans...

(read approx. 9 pages per day)


 

This Country of Ours

32. KING PHILIP'S WAR

Benjamin Franklin p.30-38


Childhood...
Chapter 6

 




The New Americans...

(read approx. 9 pages per day)



 

Benjamin Franklin p.40-48 End!

Childhood...
Chapters 7-8

 

 


The New Americans...

(read approx. 9 pages per day) End of book!

This Country of Ours

34. THE WITCHES OF SALEM (T-3)

Or

Witch Hunt: It Happened in Salem Village (T-3)

Map/Globe

Easy Make & Learn Projects: Colonial America:

Map of the 13 Colonies

or
Map of the 13 Colonies
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13 British Colonies labeled
or
13 British Colonies unlabeled

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History Pockets

 

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Notebooking

Kite pattern (use to write facts about Benjamin Franklin on –add a tail)

Sarah Noble Questions 1-2 (or do orally)

 

 


Sarah Noble Questions 3 (or do orally)

Benjamin Franklin penny proverb




Sarah Noble Questions 4 (or do orally)

 

 

 


Sarah Noble Questions 5 (or do orally)

Early to bed, early to rise proverb coloring sheet



Sarah Noble Questions 6 (or do orally)

Science . Whales: An Unforgettable Journey DVD

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Free printable book on whales with worksheets .
Cooking .. . .. .. .
Crafts

Easy Make & Learn Projects: Colonial America:

Boston Town Meeting Pop-up Book (T-4)

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Easy Make & Learn Projects:

New England Seaport Diorama (for Rhode Island) (T-6)

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Timeline Entries

(T-1) 1706-1790 Benjamin Franklin

(T-2) 1707 Sarah Noble book cover

(T-4)1620 Plymouth is founded by the Pilgrims

1629 King Charles I issued a land grant (Massachusetts Bay Colony) to the Puritans

1630 John Winthrop began the settlement of Boston

1691 King William united land into the royal colony of Massachusetts

 

 

(T-8) (Some of these repeated if you are using multiple sources. Don’t bother repeating items!I mention the repeats here, along with some new material, in case you are working from the Story of the USA workbook and NOT the Easy Make and Learn Projects book.)  Don’t skip the new material, highlighted in brown!

1636 Thomas Hooker settled in Connecticut

1636 Roger Williams founded Rhode Island

1626 Dutch founded New York

1681 William Penn founds Pennsylvania

1634 Lord Baltimore started the colony of Maryland

1649 The government in Maryland passed the Toleration Act

1733 George Oglethorpe founded Georgia

(T-6) 1636 Roger Williams founded the colony of Rhode Island where there was religious freedom

 

 

 

 

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(T-3)1692 Salem Witch Trials

Extras

Benjamin Franklin Video

Free printable poster of Benjamin Franklin


American Kids in History (??)

 

 

 

 

American Kids in History (??)

Roger Williams & Rhode Island Video

 


American Kids in History (??)

Wee Sing: Blow Ye Winds

 

 

 

 

 

American Kids in History (??)

Settling the New World Video

 

 

American Kids in History (??)

Science notes: The whales' items go with the Seaport diorama in crafts. For the free printable book on whales with worksheets (one of which is a spelling activity) -you will have to sign up to view and print it, but it's free. Scroll to the bottom left of the page for the whale book and worksheet(s).

Extras notes:
Optional: American Kids in History -Colonial Days Discover the Past with Fun Projects, Games, Activities, and Recipes (David C. King) This book has a variety of projects for different seasons. Choose activities (crafts, recipes, math, science, games, etc.) that suit your family and spread them out over several topics, if you want more things to do (or if you are not using History Pockets). Activities: Model weather vane, sundial, dandelion salad, indoor herb garden, Jack Wax, maple cream, growing a pineapple, measuring tree height, dyeing wool, weaving a pot holder, potpourri, sachet, playing jacks, quoits (game), blueberry slump, cranberry ice, berry syllabub, marbled paper, quill pen, indigo blue ink, berry red ink, baking bread, churning butter, making jam, Algonquin drum and drumstick, Native American headband, corncob doll, blind man's bluff, bubble blowers, stick toss game, storm watch, dipping candles, clay candlestick, jackstraws, snow goggles, snow snakes, stenciled note cards, appliqué picture, pomander ball, necklace

 

 

 

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