Perform a Native American dance, compare and contrast the British and Continental Armies, pen a peace treaty after WWI, write a newspaper report on the death of President Lincoln/em and many more! Take your students on a journey through American history, from early exploration and colonization to the 21st century. The 1, 500+ activity ideas and 128 reproducible student handouts engage your students’ multiple intellegences as they explore history from multiple perspectives. Includes formative assessment questions and a time line.The book addresses multiple learning styles: verbal/linguistic, logical/mathematical, visual/spatial, musical/rhythmic, bodily/kinesthetic, naturalist, interpersonal, and intrapersonal. Simply pick the activity idea that fits your students’ needs.American History: All Aboard covers:;bull; The Age of Exploration and Colonization of the New World (1450-1750)br /;bull; Life in the Early Colonies (1600-1763)br /;bull; The Era of Revolution (1750-1787)br /;bull; The Formation of a New Nation (1787-1824)br /;bull; America Expands to the West (1800-1860)br /;bull; Political, Social, and Economic Reform (1800-1860)br /;bull; Slavery and the Abolitionists (1820-1860)br /;bull; The War Between the States (1861-1865)br /;bull; Reconstruction and the Gilded Age (1865-1900)br /;bull; The Progressive Era and World War I (1900-1920)br /;bull; The Roaring ’20s (1920-1929)br /;bull; The Great Depression and the New Deal (1929-1941)br /;bull; World War II and the Holocaust (1939-1945)br /;bull; Living Through the Cold War Years (1945-1975)br /;bull; The Cold War Winds Down (1976-1992)br /;bull; Entering the 21st Century (1993-2009)br /br /Copyright 2010, 224 pages, reproducible, softbound, grades 4-7.