Take your study of American history even deeper with these 27 coloring books with copywork. Each resource complements one or more of the topics covered in A Detective’s Guide to American History: 1900-2000 but can also stand alone. You can learn about inventors, the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, the Titanic, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the Cuban Missile Crisis, space exploration, and much more. 1,404 coloring pages are included. Twenty-six titles are available with either print or cursive handwriting. It’s a great way to work some handwriting and history into your day. The Franklin D. Roosevelt coloring book is only available in print and will include the print copywork even in the cursive bundle.
Famous Americans of the 1900s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 44 famous Americans of the 1900s through 71 coloring pages with print or cursive copywork. They’ll learn about Mary Anderson, George Frederick Baer, L. Frank Baum, Willis Haviland Carrier, Carrie Chapman Catt, Ty Cobb, Martin Couney, Lee de Forest, Harvey S. Firestone, George Washington Goethals, Zane Gray, Milton Hershey, Benjamin Holt, Anna Jarvis, Jack (John Arthur) Johnson, Mary Harris “Mother” Jones, Scott Joplin, Clara Maass, Anna Caroline Maxwell, William Jesse “Bill” McDonald, Charles Follen McKim, John Mitchell, Aaron McDuffie Moore, J. P. Morgan, J. C. (James Cash) Penney, Bill Pickett, Elihu Root, Upton Sinclair, Billy Sunday, Ida Tarbell, Madam C. J. (Sarah Breedlove) Walker, Maggie Lena Walker, Orville Wright, Wilbur Wright, Charles Young, Cy Young, William McKinley, Ida McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, Edith Roosevelt, Charles Fairbanks, William H. Taft, Helen Taft, and James S. Sherman.
Milton Hershey Coloring Book (with Bonus Life Cycle of the Cacao Tree): Milton Hershey Coloring Book (with Bonus Life Cycle of the Cacao Tree) Level C includes 17 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork sentences that are perfect for elementary writers. Introduce your students to Milton Hershey and his chocolate empire, plus learn about the life cycle of the cacao tree.
Wright Brothers Coloring Book: Introduce your children to the story and work of the Wright Brothers through 30 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork. They can learn about the Wright Brothers in their younger days with a print shop and bicycle shop, their early glider experiments, the successful flight of the Wright Flyer, where the Flyer is housed now, and much more.
San Francisco Earthquake Coloring Book: Introduce your children to the story of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake through 33 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork. They can discover the history of the San Francisco area, how the San Andreas Fault makes it prone to earthquakes, what happened when the earthquake hit, how people responded and tried to help each other, some of the leaders who took charge, how people outside the city tried to help, and more.
Life of Henry Ford Coloring Book: Introduce your children to the life and work of Henry Ford through 29 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork. They can discover some of his early work on automobiles, how he used the assembly line to increase production and reduce cost, later vehicles made by the Ford Motor Company, and much more.
Famous Americans of the 1910s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 33 famous Americans of the 1910s with this fun coloring book. They’ll learn about Irving Berlin, Hiram Bingham, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Willa Cather, George M. Cohan, Dan Daly, Jack Dempsey, Eugene Burton Ely, James Montgomery Flagg, Robert Frost, Cass Gilbert, W.C. Handy, Ray Harroun, Edouard Izac, Henry Johnson, Frank B. Kellogg, Frank Luke, Jr., Henry M. Leland, Stephen T. Mather, Alexander Mitchell Palmer, General John J. Pershing, Harriet Quimby, Eddie Rickenbacker, Charles M. Russell, Jim Thorpe, Honus Wagner, Charles W. Whittlesey, Carter G. Woodson, Alvin C. York, William Howard Taft, James Sherman, Woodrow Wilson, and Thomas R. Marshall.
Life of George Washington Carver Coloring Book: Help your students get to know the life and history of this famous inventor with 22 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork that is perfect for young writers. They can see where he was born and went to school; see his lab at the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute; learn about his work with farmers; discover some of the amazing things he created using peanuts, sweet potatoes, and soybeans; see the Jessup Wagon; and much more.
Titanic Coloring Book: Your students can learn about the maiden voyage of the Titanic, its people, some of its luxuries, and its tragic accident with these 32 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork.
World War I Coloring Book: World War I Coloring Book includes 45 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork that is perfect for elementary writers. Introduce your students to the uniforms of WWI soldiers, the Mark IV tank, trenches, sandbags, WWI nurses and ambulances, planes, U-boats, zeppelins, the Lusitania, some of the various weapons used, and more, including maps of the theaters.
Famous Americans of the 1920s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 28 famous Americans of the 1920s with this fun coloring book. They’ll learn about William Jennings Bryan, Al Capone, George Washington Carver, Charlie Chaplin, Clarence Darrow, Harry P. Davis, Duke Ellington, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry Ford, George Gershwin, Robert Goddard, J. Edgar Hoover, Charles Lindbergh, Eliot Ness, A. Philip Randolph, Jeannette Rankin, Knute Rockne, Norman Rockwell, Babe Ruth, David Sarnoff, Jacob Schick, Alfred Smith, Bessie Smith, Frank Lloyd Wright, Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover.
Women’s Suffrage & the Nineteenth Amendment Coloring Book: Introduce your children to the story of the Nineteenth Amendment and the work to win women’s suffrage in the United States through 40 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork. They can learn about the timeline of women’s suffrage in other countries, the beginning of the women’s suffrage movement in the United States, some of the women who led the fight, how voting rights began to change in certain states, the Nineteenth Amendment, and more. They’ll meet Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Amelia Bloomer, Susan B. Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt, Jeanette Rankin, and Alice Paul.
Story of the 1920s in America Coloring Book: The story of America in the 1920s is shared in this HUGE resource that includes coloring pages and copywork. Discover key events such as Prohibition and the Nineteenth Amendment plus what else was going on in the 1920s. Students can see what styles were like and learn about jazz music and musicians such as Bessie Smith, Louis Armstrong, George Gershwin, and others; see what everyday gadgets looked like; discover how science and technology were changing; see what was happening in the world of entertainment; learn about major events such as the diphtheria epidemic in Alaska and the Great Flood of 1927; and learn about Al Capone, Eliot Ness, J. Edgar Hoover, Norman Rockwell, Bessie Coleman, George Washington Carver, Mary Breckinridge, Robert Goddard, Charles Lindbergh, Charlie Chaplin, Walt Disney, Jim Thorpe, Babe Ruth, Marcus Garvey, Mabel Ping-Hua Lee, A. Philip Randolph, and so much more.
Famous Americans of the 1930s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 27 famous Americans of the 1930s with this fun coloring book. They’ll learn about Edwin H. Armstrong, Fred Astaire, Gene Autry, Jack Benny, Mary McLeod Bethune, Clarence Birdseye, Smedley Butler, Chester F. Carlson, Wallace Carothers, Michael J. Cullen, John Dillinger, Joe DiMaggio, Amelia Earhart, Albert Einstein, Lou Gehrig, J. Paul Getty, Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., Glenn Miller, Margaret Mitchell, Jesse Owens, James Stewart, Nikola Tesla, Ruth Graves Wakefield, Orson Welles, Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Coloring Book-Level B: Twenty-one coloring pages with large print copywork to trace is perfect for young writers. Introduce them to the life of Franklin D. Roosevelt and his family as well as key moments in his presidency.
Story of the 1930s in America Coloring Book: The story of America in the 1930s is shared in this HUGE resource that includes coloring pages and copywork. Discover key events such as the Great Depression and its causes, the droughts and dust storms, the fallout from these disasters, and some of what was done to address them. They’ll also learn about inventions and discoveries, memorials and famous places, Amelia Earhart’s historic flights, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Hindenburg, and more. Plus, they’ll meet Duke Ellington, Eleanor Powell, Ella Fitzgerald, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Gene Autry, Glenn Miller, Jack Benny, Jimmy Stewart, J. Paul Getty, Ruth Graves Wakefield, Grant Wood, Wiley Post, Edwin Armstrong, John Dillinger, Margaret Mitchell, Hattie McDaniel, Mary McLeod Bethune, Jesse Owens, Orson Welles, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, Marian Anderson, famous architects, and many more.
Famous Americans of the 1940s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 31 famous Americans of the 1940s through 40 coloring pages with print or cursive copywork. They’ll learn about Ruby Bradley; Alice Coachman; Aaron Copland; Benjamin O. Davis, Jr.; Charles Drew; Dwight D. Eisenhower; Theodor Seuss Geisel; Dizzy Gillespie; Ruth Handler; Euphemia Lofton Haynes; Lena Horne; Harold K. Johnson; Frederick McKinley Jones; Willem J. Kolff; Douglas MacArthur; Grandma Moses; Culbert Olson; Eleanor Powell; Jackie Robinson; Eero Saarinen; Reece (Goose) Tatum; George Tweed; Margaret Bourke-White; Jesse Ernest Wilkins, Jr.; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Eleanor Roosevelt; John Nance Garner; Henry A. Wallace; Harry S. Truman; Bess Truman; and Alben W. Barkley.
Story of World War II Coloring Book: The story of World War II, from the end of World War I through the reunification of Germany and the opening of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., is shared in this HUGE resource that includes coloring pages and copywork. Learn about some of the events that led to the war; explore more than a dozen maps; discover key battles; learn about key people such as Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, Bertram Ramsay, Charles de Gaulle, Erwin Rommel, Hideki Tojo, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Bernard Montgomery, George Patton, Pietro Badoglio, Omar Bradley, Henry Duncan Graham Crerar, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Douglas MacArthur, James Doolittle, Chester Nimitz, Isoroku Yamamoto, William Halsey, Jr., and Joseph Stalin; learn a little about life on the home front; find out about some of the weapons used such as the M4 Sherman tank, U-boats, B-17 (Flying Fortress), Messerschmitt Me262, and P-51 Mustangs; learn about D-Day, and much more!
Famous Americans of the 1950s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 37 famous Americans of the 1950s through 54 coloring pages with print or cursive copywork. They’ll learn about Edward M. Almond; Virginia Apgar; Louise Arner Boyd; Mark W. Clark; Nat King Cole; William F. Dean; Walt Disney; Marion Donovan; Ernest Hemingway; Ella Fitzgerald; Althea Gibson; Billy Graham; William K. Harrison, Jr.; William H. Hastie; Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson; Grace Kelly; Ray Kroc; Marie Maynard-Daly; Joseph R. McCarthy; Ludwig Mies van der Rohe; Arthur Mitchell; Rosa Parks; Sam Phillips; Elvis Presley; Lewis (Chesty) Puller; Matthew B. Ridgway; Jonas Salk; Charles Bradford Smith; James A. Van Fleet, Sr.; Walton H. Walker; E.B. (Elwyn Brooks) White; Harry S. Truman; Bess Truman; Alben W. Barkley; Dwight D. Eisenhower; Mamie Eisenhower; and Richard M. Nixon.
Famous Americans of the 1960s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 52 famous Americans of the 1960s through 82 coloring pages with print or cursive copywork. They’ll learn about Buzz Aldrin; Neil Armstrong; Steve Bales; George W. Ball; Leonard Bernstein; Ruby Bridges; Marie Van Brittan Brown; McGeorge Bundy; Shirley Chisholm; Clark M. Clifford; Roberto Clemente; Michael Collins; Medgar Evers; Aretha Franklin; Jack Garman; Margaret Hamilton; James Andrew Harris; Mary Jackson; Katherine Johnson; Edward M. Kennedy; Robert F. Kennedy; Coretta Scott King; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Eugene (Gene) Kranz; Stephanie Kwolek; Harper Lee; John R. Lewis; Thurgood Marshall; Robert McNamara; James Meredith; Constance Baker Motley; Lee Harvey Oswald; Thomas O. Paine; Francis Gary Powers; Nancy G. Roman; Wilma Rudolph; Dean Rusk; Adlai E. Stevenson; Walter Sweeney, Jr.; Maxwell D. Taylor; Dorothy Vaughan; William C. Westmoreland; Dwight D. Eisenhower; Mamie Eisenhower; Richard M. Nixon; John Fitzgerald Kennedy; Jacqueline Kennedy; Lyndon Baines Johnson; Lady Bird (Claudia Alta) Johnson; Hubert H. Humphrey; Pat Nixon; and Spiro T. Agnew.
Cuban Missile Crisis Coloring Book: Introduce your children to the history of the Cuban Missile Crisis through 47 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork. They can discover some of the key people involved on both sides, major events that happened, and how the crisis was resolved.
Space Exploration Coloring Book: Take students on a tour of the universe and history with the Space Exploration Coloring Book. They’ll learn about the study and exploration of space, starting with Aristotle, Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, Newton, and Herschel. They’ll continue through Sputnik, Luna 2, Vostok I, Freedom 7, Friendship 7, Mariner 2, Mariner 4, Gemini 4, Apollo 11, Salyut I, Apollo 16, Skylab, Viking I, Pioneer II, Columbia, Mir, Giotto, Voyager 2, Atlantis, the Hubble Space Telescope, Galileo spacecraft, International Space Station, Cosmos I, Messenger, and Soyuz. They’ll learn about Yuri Gagarin, Alan B. Shephard, Jr., John Glenn, Edward White, Michael Collins, Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, John Young, and Charles Duke. They’ll also learn about some of the many parts of an astronaut’s space suit and the part each one plays in keeping astronauts safe.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Coloring Book: The Martin Luther King, Jr. Coloring Book includes 22 coloring pages with large, traceable copywork that is perfect for elementary writers. Introduce your students to this famous leader, his life, and his legacy.
Mission of Apollo 11 Coloring Book: Help students experience the Apollo 11 mission from the time President Kennedy made the promise to land man on the moon to the ticker tape parade that welcomed the astronauts home. They’ll meet Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, Michael Collins, James Lovell, William Anders, Fred Haise, Dr. Thomas Paine, Nancy Roman, Margaret Hamilton, Katherine Johnson, Gene Kranz, Steve Bales, Jack Garman, and President Nixon. They’ll learn about the Saturn V, the Eagle, and Columbia. They’ll also learn about some of the experiments the men conducted such as the Passive Seismic Experiment and the Solar Wind Composition Experiment, as well as some of the equipment they used such as the Lunar Surface Magnetometer, and the Laser Ranging Retroflector. They’ll see the splashdown, the rescue by the USS Hornet, the quarantine, and finally the ticker tape parade in New York City.
Famous Americans of the 1970s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 27 famous Americans of the 1970s through 43 coloring pages with print or cursive copywork. They’ll learn about Hank Aaron; Creighton Williams Abrams, Jr.; Hazel W. Johnson-Brown; Alexander P. Butterfield; George Carruthers; Roger L. Easton; Fred W. Haise, Jr.; Barbara Jordan; James A. Lovell, Jr.; Thomas Kenneth (Ken) Mattingly; Julia Robinson; Nolan Ryan; John J. Sirica; John L. (Jack) Swigert, Jr.; Joni Eareckson Tada; Omego J.C. Ware; Frederick Weyand; John Towner Williams; Richard M. Nixon; Pat Nixon; Spiro T. Agnew; Gerald R. Ford; Betty Ford; Nelson A. Rockefeller; Jimmy Carter; Rosalynn Carter; and Walter F. Mondale.
Famous Americans of the 1980s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 19 famous Americans of the 1980s through 30 coloring pages with print or cursive copywork. They’ll learn about Patricia Bath; Guion S. Bluford, Jr.; Martin Cooper; Mark Dean; Steve Jobs; Jackie Joyner-Kersee; Yo Yo Ma; Sandra Day O’Connor; Ellison Onizuka; Sally Ride; Steve Wozniak; Jimmy Carter; Rosalynn Carter; Walter F. Mondale; Ronald Reagan, Nancy (Anne Frances) Reagan; George H. W. Bush; Barbara Bush; and Dan (James Danforth) Quayle.
Famous Americans of the 1990s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 15 famous Americans of the 1990s through 27 coloring pages with print or cursive copywork. They’ll learn about Red Adair; Dominique Dawes; Mae Jemison; Lonnie Johnson; Ellen Ochoa; Colin Powell; Norman Schwarzkopf; Clarence Thomas; Paul Wolfowitz; George H. W. Bush; Barbara Bush; Dan (James Danforth) Quayle; Bill Clinton; Hillary Rodham Clinton; and Al Gore.
Story of the American Presidents, Vice Presidents & First Ladies Coloring Book, Vol. 2: The story of America from the presidency of William H. Taft through Donald J. Trump is shared in this HUGE resource that includes coloring pages and copywork. Discover key events from the presidency of each leader, learn about other key events happening while they were in office, and learn about the vice presidents and first ladies from 1909 through 2020. World War I and World War II, major amendments, Prohibition, the Great Depression, global changes and conflicts, civil rights, the space race, the Cold War, 9/11, modern history, and so much more is explored.