Welcome to our newest addition of the ABC’s Of American History. This week is I for Independence is brought to you by Tracey from Unsocialized.
The American Revolution is a dynamic topic that can be explored in a variety of ways, with many available learning materials to easily build a unit study. The following is a list of free resources and some suggested study approaches. These materials are more for upper elementary grades, but can, of course, be adapted for other ages.
If you have cell phones and children, then you know the importance of keeping your cell charged. If you like to go places that might now have an outlet to charge your phone then you will want to bring a portable power theory power card to keep your cell charged. I agreed to review this fun piece of tech because I saw the value in owning a quick charging power pack for on-the-go.
Today my mom is sharing on Adventures of Adam about homemade drums we got from a nature camp. This gave me the idea to make American Girl doll drum and drumsticks. This was a quick and easy craft that requires very little supplies or adult supervision. Well, as long as you are allowed to use a glue gun other wise you will need an adults help. Safety first!