Book: Little Miss HISTORY Travels to INDEPENDENCE HALL & The Museum of the American Revolution by Barbara Ann Mojicacategories: Book, Citizenship, Republic, U.S. Government, Constitution, Revolutionary, Boston Tea Party, Crispus Attucks, Liberty Bell, George Washington, Boston Massacre, Congress Hall, Loyalists and Patriots, Children's Book
Barbara Ann Mojicaabout this book: The United States is sharply divided along political lines. In a country recently dominated by "cancel culture" and racial strife, it has never been more important for children to know history. If one does not understand the events leading up to the present, how can one figure out how to impartially evaluate a situation and assess the ways to change and improve it.
Today's youth need to develop a comprehension of United States history and how its government operates. To develop critical thinking skills, they must be taught how to evaluate primary sources and separate real facts that are free from bias and prejudice. If our youth are to become effective leaders of tomorrow, they must first become well-educated citizens. The common core emphasis on literacy and math skills has resulted in the neglect of civics and history.
My hope is that reading Little Miss HISTORY Travels to INDEPENDENCE HALL and The Museum of the American Revolution will be the first step in addressing this problem. As Little Miss HISTORY tells us, "If you don't know your history, you don't know what you're talking about."
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Video 1: CONSTITUTION DAY SNEAK PREVIEW OF LITTLE MISS HISTORY TRAVELS TO INDEPENDENCE HALL & The Museum...
Video 2: WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW HISTORY
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