The activities, language are excellent for students studying this exploration period in the United States.
We didn't do all 21 activities, but we had fun with the ones we did do and, having read the others, they would be interesting, too.
I especially appreciate that the activities are simple and easy to use, the chapters are short and to the point.
Outstanding text and graphics. I read this book to gain a better understanding of "The Corps of Discovery", Lewis and Clark,
and their quest to find a Northwest... Read more
I gave my great nephews a kindle. When I did so I put several books on various subjects on it. I like to encourage reading.Published 6 months ago by Roberta F. Varner
Wonderful book but too advanced for first and second graders but would be a wonderful resource for teachers at that level. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Norma Johnson
Interact with your child by completing the activities suggested in this account of the adventures of Lewis and Clark. Read morePublished 11 months ago by KLN
My daughter received it and indicated to me that she thought it was well done and has various activities for the children. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Gary L McElroy
This was for my grandson. It is a wonderful book, filled with opportunities to interact with history. Thank you for getting it to me in such a timely fashionPublished 16 months ago by Audrey Austin
and for adults too.. grandkids live on the path so I thought now in 4th grade, they would understand it..
I am a teacher and it was very well done
My son and I have enjoyed the book immensely. In addition to the usual illustrations and excerpts from Lewis' Journal, it has activities that you can do at home with a child in... Read morePublished 21 months ago by sjohns1000