American Girl History: Addy 1864




American Girl History with Addy is a 4 week study to learn what it was like to live in American during the time of the Civil War. It includes a weekly guide through literature, hands on activities, a narration notebook, recipes, crafts, maps, and more! It is simple, fun, and relatable for children to learn history through other children like Addy.

In this study guide you will be learning about the culture and turmoil of living in the Northern and Southern states of America during the time of the Civil War. Some specific history topics covered in this guide include slavery, the Civil War, the Underground Railroad, Abraham Lincoln, and Harriet Tubman.

Included is a book list, supply list, weekly guides, recipes, and activity instructions (with photos.) Some fun activities in this guide include: build your own war drum, braided jump rope, spool puppet craft, freedom quilt art, Lincoln penny silhouette art, recipes for Hardtack crackers and Hush Puppies, as well as maps, games, and more.

Read aloud book suggestions are also available for boys or those who don’t wish to use the Addy stories.

Enjoy this fun introduction to American history for early elementary grades or simply add it to your existing American history studies to learn more about life during the Civil War.

**This is a digital PDF. NO physical product will be mailed to you. After you purchase, you can download your guide immediately, or an email with the download will be sent to you to download any time. You have 2 weeks to download and save the file, before the link expires. (If you are unable to find the email, please be sure to check your Spam folder.)

**This product is meant for personal use only and is not to be shared, copied, or sold as your own. I do grant permission to print multiple copies of the maps and craft templets for members of your personal homeschool, classroom, or co-op.

NO returns or refunds on digital products.


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