Bring American History to life with history boards and storyboards. You will find sample lesson plan templates with historically accurate characters, scenes, and props. Your history and social studies lesson plans have never been this interactive. You will love seeing the creativity, and your students will love storyboarding. Find Key American History Topics - Broken Down to Four Main Eras
Pre-Colonial to Revolution (pre-1776)
- Age of Exploration in America
- Common Sense
- Events and Causes Leading up to the American Revolution (1607-1776)
- Introduction to Democratic Principles
- Introduction to Government
- The American Revolution
- The Declaration of Independence
- The Executive Branch
- The French and Indian War
- The Judicial Branch
- The Legislative Branch
Independence to Civil War (1776-1865)
- 1850s America
- Constitutional Convention
- Federalism: The Evolution of a Democratic Republic
- History of the US Civil War
- Jacksonian Democracy
- The Bill of Rights
- The Election of 1800: Jefferson vs. Adams
- The Emancipation Proclamation
- The Missouri Compromise of 1820
- The Presidency of Abraham Lincoln
- The Slave Trade
- The War of 1812: “Mr. Madison’s War”
- U.S. Territorial Expansion 1783-1959
Reunification to WWII (1865-1945)
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