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Transportation Firsts Curriculum

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Teachers and Homeschool parents love our high-interest, hands-on curriculum including Lapbook Project Packs, Notebooking Packs and Thematic Unit Study Packs.


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Teachers and Homeschool parents love our high-interest, hands-on curriculum including Lapbook Project Packs, Notebooking Packs and Thematic Unit Study Packs. With this unit study you will be able to teach your elementary and middle school classroom about the history of transportation. Look around you today and you might just see hundreds of different ways that people and things are transported! Make your lesson planning easy with the Transportation Firsts Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This pack includes an 8-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 20 Hands-On Activities PLUS 2 Extension Activities, a 12-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. Key concepts include a transportation timeline, the first boats, the first chariots and carts, early roads, first oceangoing ships, first steam engines, first railroads, first balloons and airships, first bicycles, first automobiles, the first airplanes, first submarines, first rockets and spacecrafts, and the future of transportation.

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Grade Level 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade
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