Daily Lessons to tackle essential Early American History topics and improve essential reading and writing skills!
Take students on a journey... that touches on the first colonies of Virginia and the Pilgrims from 1607-1630; moves onto the next colonies of New Hampshire and Maryland form 1630-1663; to New York and the last colonies of from 1664-1732.
Part of our NEW Daily Literacy Series, these lessons tackle essential social studies topics while focusing on improving essential reading and writing skills.
Each three-part lessons, complete with historical images, is divided into small, manageable, daily mini-lessons. Skill-based reading and writing exercises follow each mini-lesson and are designed to help students understand what they have read and retain key historical information. Each lesson uses short, easy-to-read sentences, a lower 4th-5th grade reading level, simple vocabulary, and repetition/review. In addition, a words-to-know section helps students get familiar with any challenging vocabulary that may be found in a story.
This product also includes an in-depth teacher guide, people and places, enrichment ideas, and answer key. This is the second chapter-slice from our larger book.
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- Model: EREM 390B