Lesson 15: Life in the Colonies (Early American History/34 lessons)

Lesson 15: Life in the Colonies (Early American History/34 lessons)
Lesson 15: Life in the Colonies (Early American History/34 lessons)
Lesson 15: Life in the Colonies (Early American History/34 lessons)
Lesson 15: Life in the Colonies (Early American History/34 lessons)
Lesson 15: Life in the Colonies (Early American History/34 lessons)
Lesson 15: Life in the Colonies (Early American History/34 lessons)
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Lesson fifteen of a thirty-four week study of early American history beginning with Christopher Columbus’ discovery of the New World in 1492 and ending with the creation of the Bill of Rights in 1791–about 300 years! These lessons will spark your student(s) interest in United States history through the use of text, vocabulary words, pictures, crafts, maps, games, speeches, and even some recipes. Your student(s) will learn about the founding of Jamestown, Pocahontas, the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving, as well as the role of faith in the Colonies, problems in the birth of our government, and the history of the American flag.
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