Physical and political geography of the western hemisphere Background of western hemisphere nations Governments in the western hemisphere Resources, industries, and trade Christian influence: western hemisphere nations Cultures in the United States, Canada, and Latin America. Macmillan McGraw-Hill, Publisher
The United States: Physical and political geography History from 1789 to present Constitutional amendments Developments in American Government Growth of industries and development of transportation Influence of Christians, the church in pioneer days Life of American pioneers and immigrants, modern culture Gibbs-Smith, Publisher
Physical and political geography of early America America from exploration to the writing of the constitution Foundations of the U.S. government and the constitution Importance of trade, use of resources The church during the colonial period Development of American culture, Native American life, Colonial life Macmillan McGraw-Hill, Publisher
Communities, map and globe skills, map symbols Community gov’t and services Patriotism and citizenship Industries, occupations, budgeting Christian responsibility in the community Transportation and communication. Macmillan McGraw-Hill, Publisher
Families Beginning globe and map skills Origin of national holidays Patriotism and national symbols Natural resources Income and tithing God’s plan for families and church Life in the Christian home. Macmillan McGraw-Hill, Publisher
Awareness of human diversity Perceiving time relationships, past and present Awareness of the purpose of books Transportation (i.e., airplanes and ferry boats). Bob Jones, Publisher
School orientation, concepts of God’s plan for the child and his family; holidays, community helpers, and patriotism.