Building a New Nation Student Exercises
Contains worksheets that correspond with extension activities from the student text. These activities might include word puzzles, creative writing activities, research opportunities, story or character analysis and more.
This exercises booklet for Building a New Nation allows students to take a deeper look into several of the readings and to reflect on what they have learned. Activities include creative writing story preparation, story analysis, play enactment, research report writing, and character trait identification.
The new fifth-grade reader from Christian Liberty picks up where Finding a New Land left off, introducing notable people and events from America's westward expansion through the 20th century. Reading selections include historical fiction, folktales, biographical accounts, poetry and true stories. Most selections include colorful, cartoon-like illustrations, a vocabulary list with definitions, comprehension questions and an extension activity or two. While some extension activities send you to websites to discover more, or provide topics for research, others will direct you to the Student Exercises Booklet for a corresponding worksheet. These activities might include word puzzles, creative writing activities, research opportunities, story or character analysis and more. Directions for completing these activities and answers to the comprehension questions are found in the Teacher's Manual. The test packet provides unit tests (with multiple-choice, true/false and vocabulary questions) and an answer key. - Jess
Teach reading skills using this God-honoring program filled with enriching and interesting reading material. Throughout this series, students read children- and history-oriented stories. Grade K emphasizes phonics instruction (2 books of single-syllable, short vowel, words; 2 books use multi-syllable words, long-vowel sounds). Grade 1 reinforces and applies these phonics skills. Grade 2 assumes students have a good grasp of phonics, so the series then shifts to progressively more challenging vocabulary and reading and emphasizes reading comprehension. Grade 3 stories span a broad history, including ancient and Bible. Grades 4-5 emphasize American history readings. Grade 6 highlights abridged and revised selections from classic authors. Some levels require Teachers' Manuals, student activities, and tests.