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CHILDREN'S HISTORICAL PUBLISHING
LEARNING ACTIVITY BOOKS
When students and parents choose a Learning Activity Book from Children’s Historical Publishing they are preparing to
R – READ
E – ENJOY
A – ANALYZE and
D – DISCUSS
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Topics of interest for all ages and in a variety of subjects!!
Children’s Historical Publishing has chosen to enhance subjects through visual and written mediums that meet the needs of children in all of our elementary classrooms.
Whether it’s reading about local and statewide heroes and places or scanning aeronautical information on space history, children are learning and using skills needed to demonstrate their understanding of interesting topics!
LEARNING ACTIVITY BOOKS
Each LAB creates opportunities for all students to learn no matter what their learning styles or teachers’ instructional styles.
It is the purpose of our activity books to reach all levels of readers and provide a beginning point of interest that can lead to extensive research for oral and written communication on topics of interest relating to local, state and national standards
CHILDREN'S HISTORICAL PUBLISHING & Topics
Our Learning Activity Books provide opportunities for teachers, parents and students to read and enjoy topics on:
Regional and state history
Space (Aeronautics) & history
Significant people in local, state and national history
Economic impact on local and national regions
Impact of inventions on the world
Historical impact of selected American cultures
CHILDREN'S HISTORICAL PUBLISHING & EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS
Anyone preparing materials for students today knows that they must meet the needs for students to achieve “proficient or above” in reading fiction and non-fiction materials.
Children’s Historical Publishing provides in each book opportunities to enhance vocabulary, read for comprehension, use higher level thinking skills, and promote research and written communication as written in instructional guides and lesson plans.
There are over 23 books to choose from. 400,000 have been donated to schools throughout Western Ohio.
aid the students with broder thinking skillsand more nformation about there surroundings and how to function comfortably in our society.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
20,000 books are distrubted on average yearly.
Geographic areas served: