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Army of Two: The War of 1812
Army of Two: The War of 1812 - History Workbook for Lower Elementary - Free to print (PDF file).
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Here is the eleventh workbook from America's Story for America's Children. This informational text is designed for students in grades 2-4, depending upon individual reading level.

Click here to print or download. This workbook is five pages in length, and includes work in history/social studies, spelling, handwriting, vocabulary, and reading comprehension.
Years after the American Revolution, the American people had another war with England. This was called the War of 1812, and in it many great battles were fought. The Americans won this war, proving that they were, in fact, independent. When the war was over, there was no story the people liked better to tell than the story of two little girls, Rebecca and Sarah.

Rebecca's father kept the lighthouse, and Sarah was Rebecca's playmate. One day when the children were at play, they saw an English ship coming into the harbor. Rebecca's father had gone across the bay, and the children were alone. "What is that?" they cried, when they saw the ship. "It looks like an English ship." "But what is it doing in our harbor?" ....
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CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.2.1: Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.