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.
There are 103 coloring pages with large print or cursive, traceable copywork. It’s a great way to work some history and handwriting practice into your day. You can even display the finished pages around the room as a way to see the story unfold. 106 pages total. Two levels are available, Levels B and C. Ages 5-10.
A note about coloring book levels:
Level A: Coloring pages include single word or phrase copywork (traceable print)
Level B: Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable print)
Level C: Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable cursive)
Pictures may vary or repeat between levels. Not all books are available in all three levels; new levels will be added as available.