Free Curriculum Friday! History by the Decade- 9 book set {Limited time FREEBIE}


 
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Welcome to another wonderful week of Free Curriculum Friday! This time, I have partnered with Bonnie Rose Hudson from WriteBonnieRose to bring you an incredible bundle of digital History curriculum for your elementary-aged children that EACH OF YOU can get for FREE!

Have you ever wanted to color your way through history? Now you can blend history, handwriting practice, and fun into your day! All 9 History by the Decade coloring books are available right now just for you – absolutely free! This is a great way to combine modern history and handwriting practice! Each book includes large pictures to color as well as large print copywork for your kids to trace. There are more than 150 coloring pages PLUS 150 handwriting pages in this bundle. Take a look at what’s included!

History by the Decade: 1920s introduces students to flappers, Babe Ruth, Louis Armstrong, President Coolidge, Alexander Fleming, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what phonographs, radios, cars, and clothes looked like in the 1920s. 15 coloring pages; 33 pages total.

History by the Decade: 1930s introduces students to the jitterbug, soda jerks, fireside chats, dust storms, the Empire State Building, Jesse Owens, the Hindenburg, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what telephones, radios, cars, and clothes looked like in the 1930s. 24 coloring pages; 50 pages total.

History by the Decade: 1940s introduces students to bobby socks, Dizzy Gillespie, Jackie Robinson, World War II, Harry S. Truman, the nation of Israel, the People’s Republic of China, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what telephones, radios, touring cars, and clothes looked like in the 1940s. 24 coloring pages; 48 pages total.

History by the Decade: 1950s introduces students to poodle skirts, rock ‘n’ roll, Audrey Hepburn, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Dr. Seuss, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Thurgood Marshall, Rosa Parks, Daisy Bates, the Korean War, Sputnik I, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what radios, jukeboxes, cars, and clothes looked like in the 1950s. 16 coloring pages; 34 pages total.

History by the Decade: 1960s introduces students to surfer lingo, protests for peace, Stan and Jan Berenstain, the Space Needle, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy, the Cuban Missile Crisis, Richard M. Nixon, Neil Armstrong, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what radios, televisions, and clothes looked like in the 1960s. 15 coloring pages; 33 pages total.

History by the Decade: 1970s introduces students to leisure suits, floppy disks, Sammy Davis, Jr., the Vietnam War, Nadia Comaneci, Billie Jean King, Gerald Ford, Margaret Thatcher, Mother Theresa, Hank Aaron, Steve Jobs, Voyager I, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what record players, radios, and clothes looked like in the 1970s. 15 coloring pages; 33 pages total.

History by the Decade: 1980s introduces students to acid-washed jeans, Walkman, VCRs, Sally Ride, Princess Diana, Mount St. Helens, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Tiananmen Square, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what cameras, cell phones, and clothes looked like in the 1980s. 15 coloring pages; 33 pages total.

History by the Decade: 1990s introduces students to the Internet, Tim Berners-Lee, Dot-coms, flip phones, Y2K, Michael Jordan, Lord of the Dance, the collapse of the Soviet Union, Colin Powell, Desert Storm, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what computers, cell phones, and clothes looked like in the 1990s. 17 coloring pages; 37 pages total.

History by the Decade: 2000s introduces students to DVDs, iPods, Wii, Danica Patrick, Serena Williams, George W. Bush, September 11, 2001, Condoleezza Rice, the War on Terror, and more. Through engaging coloring pages and large print traceable copywork, they’ll see what computers, electronics, and clothes looked like in the 2000s. 15 coloring pages; 32 pages total.

Do not miss this offer – it expires on 9/29/17 and may never happen again! To get your free History by the Decade 9 book set, simply enter your name and email address into the form below. When you click submit, you will automatically be redirected and you may download each book. Be sure to save the files to your device so that you can access them later!

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  1. Hello, I am submitting a request for the free download of History by the Decade. Thanks!!

  2. I am filling out the form but I am not being redirected to a download. What cold be the problem?

    Sarah

    1. Disregard those errors! Im one tired mommy! 🙂

  3. Hi,
    I am not being redirected after completing and submitting the form.

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