CHILDREN AND GLOBALIZATION
- Riding for Freedom. Wilmore, Kathy // Junior Scholastic;10/2/2006, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p16
The article presents the script of the play "Riding for Freedom."
- Learning by Going Backward. Schachter, Ronald // District Administration;Dec2003, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p34
Reports on the celebration of 17th century America in Williamsburg, Virginia for school children. Learning opportunities and activities designed for children; Multidisciplinary lessons offered.
- Declaring Independence. Miller, Amy // Junior Scholastic;10/29/2001, Vol. 104 Issue 6, p18
Presents a play on the 1776 Declaration of Independence in the United States. List of characters; Conference of the Second Continental Congress; Delegates of the conference.
- Living in America, 1950-2000. Perez-Stable, Maria A.; Cordier, Mary H. // Book Links;Apr/May2001, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p57
Features books for kindergarten to ninth grade set in the second half of the twentieth century in the United States. 'My Name Is Maria Isabel,' by Alma Flor Ada with illustration by K. Dyble Thompson; 'A Name on the Quilt: A Story of Remembrance,' by Jeannine Atkins with illustration by Tad...
- NEWS IQ. // Scholastic News -- Edition 4;12/6/2010, Vol. 73 Issue 10/11, p16
A quiz about the articles "When Dad's at War" and "2010: The Year in Review," that were published within the issue, is presented.
- GREAT STATES. Lekander, Margaret // National Geographic World;Jul2000, Issue 299, p32
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- Inspiring new books about America for primary readers. Freeman, Judy // Instructor-Primary;Sep96, Vol. 106 Issue 2, p53
Presents children's books on United States history. Includes `Across the Wide Dark Sea: The Mayflower Journey,' by Jean Van Leeuwen; `The Ballot Box Battle,' by Emily Arnold McCully; `Coming to America: The Story of Immigration,' by Betsy Maestro.
- THIS WEEK IN HISTORY. // Weekly Reader News - Senior;10/13/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 6, p7
A quiz concerning U.S. history is presented.
- CHILDHOOD. Pleck, Elizabeth H. // Reader's Companion to American History;1991, p163
A description of childhood in the colonial period of the American history is presented. Children in the colonial period were seen as beings who should adopt adult behavior and assume adult responsibilities as soon as possible. They were dressed as adults as early as age seven or eight, and by...