Imagine History: The Discovery of America

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  • $59.95

*Buy any individual Imagine History book and save 20%. Buy the Imagine History Bundle and save an additional 20% on the already discounted price. Use coupon code FRIH201518. This discount is valid for online orders only through May 31, 2018. Please note that Imagine History: The Battle for America will be in stock mid-May. All bundles will ship then. Discount cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Discount excludes shipping and handling charges. All prices in US dollars.

Book Length: 344 pgs.
Reading and Content Level: 3rd Grade and up
Introducing our newest resource written to develop the imagery-language connection for comprehension. Our Imagine History curriculum applies the steps of Visualizing and Verbalizing for comprehensive coverage of American History.

Imagine History: The Discovery of America covers 35,000 BCE to 1763 CE, and includes the following Units:

Key Features:

Unit 1: The First Americans
  • Chapter 1: The Land Bridge and Beyond
  • Chapter 2: New People, New Life
Unit 2: A Whole New World
  • Chapter 1: Landing on a New World
  • Chapter 2: For Glory, Gold, and God!
  • Chapter 3: The English Arrive
Unit 3: Dreams of Land and Gold
  • Chapter 1: First Settlers
  • Chapter 2: Cash Crops Grow the Colonies
  • Chapter 3: The Pilgrims' New Home
Unit 4: Freedom to Believe
  • Chapter 1: The Puritan Dawn
  • Chapter 2: New Places to Pray
Unit 5: Not All Are Free
  • Chapter 1: Slaves in the Colonies
  • Chapter 2: Culture Clash
  • Chapter 3: The People's Voice
  • Uniquely written to help students visualize history for recall, comprehension, and critical thinking
  • Integration of all steps of V/V or can be presented as a stand-alone resource
  • Extensive vocabulary-building practices
  • Supports content standards of most states
  • Includes primary source materials
  • Includes geography, infographics, and timeline pieces

The imagery-language connection presented throughout the Imagine History series provides a missing instructional piece to help students at all grade levels fill in historical information gaps.