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TN History for Kids

Booklets FAQ

How many booklets are there?

In total, we have fourteen publications, which include curriculum booklets, reading booklets, primary source booklets, and a citizenship booklet!

What do the curriculum booklets cover?

Curriculum booklets for grades K, 1, 2, and 3 cover ALL the social studies standards for those grades. (For instance: Days of the week for Kindergarten; Three Grand Divisions of Tennessee for first grade; the Star-Spangled Banner for second; latitude and longitude for third).

Curriculum booklets for grades 4, 5, 8 and 11 cover all of the Tennessee-specific topics which the standards require teachers to cover, but which are probably not discussed in nationally published textbook (the Civil War in Tennessee, the lost state of Franklin, the Civil Rights movement in Tennessee, etc.)

Can you tell me about the reading booklets?

The 5th grade reader contains fascinating stories that will make your students LOVE non fiction and LOVE Tennessee history! Each story has been carefully written at a grade appropriate lexile level.

What do the primary source booklets cover?

Primary source and question booklets for grades 4, 5 and 8 contain excerpts from ALL of the primary source documents required for those grades (The "Ain't I a woman?" speech, the Donelson Party journal, Frederick Douglass' autobiography, etc), along with questions about their context and content.

What is the purpose of the high school citizenship booklet?

Th citizenship booklet contains content and a test that helps school systems comply with the new requirement that students learn the material naturalized citizens learn.

How much do the booklets cost?

We've worked hard to keep the booklets affordable! They can be purchased for only $2 per booklet.

How can booklets be purchased?

Information on how to order booklets can be found HERE.

To download a hard copy of the order form click here.

Booklets can also be purchased at events such as the LEAD conference, TN Reading Conference, TASL conference, TNCSS conference and the other events attended by Tennessee History for Kids.

If you have additional questions about the booklets or how to order them, please contact