Facts about the civil war for fifth graders

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Pink and Say by Patricia Polacco

3.5 stars. Such a sad story. As you might expect from a Patricia Polacco book, this is uplifting and gives you hope in human nature and it is heartbreakingly sad and makes you despair too.

The American Civil war is something I know very little about, this gives you a taste of what it was like for young people having to fight. This is a good picture book for those wanting an introduction to this period of history from a personal point of view.

I do love these personal stories Patricia Polacco has from her family, a lot of amazing stories where passed on to Patricia and she is a great storyteller, one that takes you on an emotional roller coaster. One reviewer that seems to have done a lot of research into these characters seems to think this is fiction, who knows, but for me this was still a great story about the hideous waste of young people at war or the pain any war causes.

This is a very sad book and definitely aimed at older readers and not for a sensitive reader.

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Civil War Facts For Kids

The Civil War

The Monitor r and Merrimac l. Back side of the one-dollar "greenback", series — Crowd gathered for the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Abraham Lincoln is visible facing the crowd, not wearing a hat, at the center of the photograph. Andersonville Prison, Georgia, August 17,

And for a lesson on Colonial America, fifth-graders at a school in northern New Jersey had to create posters advertising slave auctions. School assignments on slavery routinely draw national headlines and scorn. Yet beyond the outraged parents and school-district apologies lies a complex and entrenched set of education challenges. Collectively, the report finds that slavery is mistaught, mischaracterized, sanitized, and sentimentalized—leaving students poorly educated, and contemporary issues of race and racism misunderstood. In what it describes as the first analysis of its kind, Teaching Tolerance conducted online surveys of 1, American high-school seniors and more than 1, social-studies teachers across the country.

America's Bloodiest War: A Video

North was a group of 20 Free states and 5 Border States that were loyal to the union and South was a breakaway group of 11 rebel states that formed an independent Confederation. - The Civil War is a supremely ironic moment in our common heritage.

A screenshot from A Nation Divided, a video game--built by University of Virginia students--that reinforces Civil War curriculum for 5th grade students. The duo helped build Shand a video game that reinforces Standards of Learning content related to the Civil War. Designed over the course of 15 months, A Nation Divided began with Lytle and Floryan making a board game and testing it with students to collect feedback. From there came the first pilot of the video game that Lytle and Floryan built with the help of almost 20 members of the Student Game Developers Club. Students receive classroom instruction about the Civil War, then take a short pre-test. Next, the students play a level of the game, which is followed by a short post-test. After playing one mission for 20 minutes, scores between the pre- and post-tests rose by 14 percent.

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5 thoughts on “Pink and Say by Patricia Polacco

  1. Kids learn Interesting Facts about the American Civil War when the North battled the South.

  2. Kids learn about the history of the American Civil War including causes, timeline, generals, battles, daily life, Abraham Lincoln, the North vs. South, border states.

  3. Schools are not adequately teaching the history of American slavery, educators are not sufficiently prepared to teach it, textbooks do not have enough material about it, and — as a result — students lack a basic knowledge of the important role it played in shaping the United States and the impact it continues to have on race relations in America.

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