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  • This Corn Kernels (primary) Early Math is perfect to practice division skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Corn Kernels (primary) Early Math. This math lesson has steps for easily introducing the concept of dividing by half and third via hands-on work with corn kernels. Includes a worksheet for review. This is part of the abcteach Colonial America unit.
  • "The United States of America has many famous landmarks." This early reader booklet introduces young readers to simple sentences about U.S. landmarks.
  • "What state was the home of the Swannees?" This map, which features the locations of some original Native tribes, can be used in a unit on early America, or any map skills lesson.
  • Easy reading comprehensions (Pilgrims, The Mayflower, Squanto, The First Thanksgiving, Pilgrim Life) for early readers, plus a crossword, word search, and more.

  • This language arts project features four separate activities. A teacher's page explains how to work with students on a colonial American lesson focused on corns, beans, and squash. Great for early readers and a wonderful fall lesson, this lesson is part of the abcteach Colonial America unit.
  • Three recipes: Johnnycakes, squash cornbread, and cornbread. These easy recipes would adapt well for reading comprehension lessons, math (double the recipe!), science (how does boiling water affect the flour?), as well as the life skill of cooking. These recipes are part of our Colonial America unit.
  • This unit features language arts, math, and science lessons all on the theme of food in colonial America. The lesson is adaptable for grades K-3, and includes teaching suggestions.
  • A teacher's page suggests how to best conduct this experiment; a chart is included for recording bean growth. This lesson is part of the abcteach Colonial America unit.
  • "The United States of America has many famous landmarks." This early reader booklet introduces young readers to simple sentences about U.S. landmarks.
  • make a cute log cabin from craft sticks, pine cones, and a milk carton.
  • Make a stagecoach with pipe cleaners and a milk carton.