History 2 Lifepac - Unit 10 Worktext
The last booklet in a year-long U.S. history program for second graders, this slim mastery-based worktext provides students with an excellent overview of all the material covered. Covering the colonists winning their independence to the country it is today with 50 states and a number of territories, and many things in between, this unit also reviews the study of maps, while providing self tests and a teacher administered unit test to easily track student progress.
LIFEPAC 2nd Grade History & Geography Unit 10 Worktext Objectives
1. Know that people live in communities.
2. Recall how the first Europeans arrived on the shores of the New World.
3. Identify the three branches of the U.S. government.
4. Recognize the current boundaries of the U.S.
5. Describe the symbols used on maps.
Grade 2: Families & Neighbors, Community Helpers, Neighborhood Stores, Farms & Cities, Neighbors Around the World, A Japanese Family, How We Travel, Messages From Far and Near, Caring For Our Neighborhoods, People Depend on Each Other
Complete, easy-to-use curriculum with minimal teacher planning. LIFEPACs are like small worktexts. With ten per grade level, courses seem less intimidating to children. Moreover, many parents have commented that their children respond better to this mastery-learning approach than more free-form coursework, with better retention and understanding. For those yearning for more hands-on activities, use it as a framework to hang those fun, but supplemental, learning experiences on. Depending on your child's learning style and your lifestyle, LIFEPACs may fill the bill for one or several courses per year. It's easy to implement, easy to administer, easy to grade, and largely self-instructional. Grading is simple and consistent and from a Christian perspective. Complete boxed sets include Teacher's Guides with answer keys. For additional students, choose the LIFEPAC only sets.