4th Grade History Online-Full Year

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Fourth Grade American Studies investigates a variety of United States social studies and history from our earliest settlers to building a modern world. The course starts with map skills and the use of maps to explore America’s regions and natural resources. A look at the nation’s history begins with pre-Columban societies and the conflicts arising from the arrival of European settlers. Students will embark on a tour across the nation, with a focus on historic sites and other landmarks. The course continues with an overview of the lives of early settlers and important milestones including westward expansion, civil rights, and how the country has grown and changed over time. Students complete a project about their state, with a focus on strengthening research, analysis, and presentation skills. Culminating with units on economics and government, students will explore topics such as taxes, financial choices, federal government, and the Bill of Rights.

Materials required to complete this course are in digital format.

Unit 1: Finding Your Way Around
Unit 2: Exploring North America
Unit 3: Touring North America
Unit 4: North America’s History
Unit 5: Building the Modern World
Unit 6: My State Project
Unit 7: Economics and You
Unit 8: Government and Citizenship

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