The Birth and Growth of a Nation: Hands-On Projects about Symbols of American Liberty

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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In Great Social Studies Projects, history comes to life! Child-friendly hands-on projects with clear step-by-step, photo-illustrated instructions accompany informative, fact-filled text. With this series, information is immediately linked with hands-on projects, offering flexibility with regards to different learning styles, as well as immediate reinforcement of the information that is being presented. Utilizing listening skills, reading skills, cognitive ability, and creativity, Great Social Studies Projects will ensure that every child has a positive and fun learning experience.

The history of America is full of exciting stories and symbols that helped to mobilize a disparate people into one nation. Kids can make a model of the Statue of Liberty, American flag place-mats, and a quill pen with this wonderful book that is packed with facts and easy directions for recreating these and other symbols of our young country.


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Quasha is an award-winning author of more than forty books for children and adults. She is a contributing editor to Dog Fancy and Dogs for Kids, and writes a monthly column for Dog Fancy called Happy Endings. She is also a regular contributor to Your Dog magazine.

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