History (both girls)- We’re going to be learning U.S. History through reading books this year. I’m envisioning us snuggled up on the couch together as we delve into different ”living books” that make history come alive!
Reading list: Leif the Lucky; Step Into Reading: Christopher Columbus; If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620; The First Thanksgiving; The Story of the Pilgrims; The Pilgrims First Thanksgiving; Thanksgiving Day; The Story of Pocahontas; Sarah Morton’s Day; Betsy Ross; Meet George Washington; George Washington and the General’s Dog; Picture Book of Thomas Jefferson; A Picture Book of Paul Revere; A Picture Book of Benjamin Franklin; An American Army of Two; Lewis and Clark: A Prairie Dog; Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie; Picture Book of Sacagawea; Johnny Appleseed; A Picture Book of Davy Crockett; Ox Cart Man; Dakota Dugout; The Long Way to a New Land; The Long Way Westward; Daniel’s Duck; The Olden Days; The Josephina Story Quilt; Adventures of Laura and Jack; Dance at Grandpa’s; Winter Days in the Big Woods; The Deer in the Wood; Cowboys; Yippee-Yay!: A Book About Cowboys and Cowgirls; Bears on Hemlock Mountain; The Bobbin Girl; Young Abe Lincoln: The Frontier Days; Abe Lincoln: The Boy Who Loved Books; Abe Lincoln’s Hat; A Picture Book of Harriet Beecher Stowe; Picture Book of Frederick Douglass; My First Biography: Harriet Tubman; When I was Young in the Mountains; Clara and the Bookwagon; In the Garden with Dr. Carver; Dangerous Adventure: Lindbergh’s Famous Flight; Goodbye Charles Lindbergh; A Picture Book of Helen Keller; Picture Book of Thomas Alva Edison; A Picture Book of Amelia Earhart; My First Biography: Martin Luther King, Jr.; Mae Jemison; and books about American folktales, U.S symbols and landmarks.