The As It Was Series:
As it Was! is an interdisciplinary approach to history.
Students learn about the people, places, and issues of the
world's past through the multicurricular activities in language
arts, social studies, science, math, and art or music. 48 pp.
American History Set I:
Each book contains 27 topics grouped into three units, and each
topic provides five multicurricular activities. In addition, an
introductory activity and an open-ended culminating activity are
offered for each of the units. The following are a few of the
multicurricular activities: Create Signs Protesting the
Intolerable Acts; Calculate the Number of States that Equalled
Two-thirds in 1789, 1889, and 1989; Create a Travel Brochure for
Salem, MA; and Make a Venn Diagram Comparing the Mississippi and
This book is divided into three units: Issues, People, and
Places. Among the 27 topics covered are The Intolerable Acts,
The Articles of Confederation, Federalists and Republicans, John
Peter Zenger, Abigail Adams, The Marquis de Lafayette, Lexington
and Concord, Valley Forge, and Williamsburg.
Set 1 in the As It Was! U.S. History series includes the
following four books: Exploration, Discovery,
Encounter; Settlement and
Colonization; War to Constitution; and Westward Expansion. You
may also select the entire