Want to make American History fun for your child? Now is your chance! The Adventure Series written by Rush Limbaugh has been a hit with us. I love that it uses a fun way to teach kids History. These books dive into American History and make it fun. Here’s a little overview of each book and what we loved about it.
Book One: Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims
Looking back on some parts of history can be confusing. However, the first book in the series gave us a close look at the pilgrimage to America. Rush Revere is a time traveler and walks us through historic scenes on the Mayflower, sword fighting, and more! For the most part I read the book out loud. Mini really liked the story. It kept her attention and she didn't even fight me when I had her read a few pages.
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Book Two: Rush Revere and the First Patriots
The second book dives right into the time-period before the American Revolution. The talking horse Liberty and Rush Revere are busy teaching us about exceptional Americans that helped develop our country into what it is today! Reading this book, with Mini, I learned some things about American history that I didn’t know.
Book Three: Rush Revere and the American Revolution
An amazing part of American history is the American Revolution. Book three really dives into the American Revolution and gives us a first-hand account. I would have to say that this is one of the most exciting books for Mini and I. There are fun characters, but we also learn a lot about important people during the American Revolution. You will get to know George Washington and John Hancock a lot better than before.
This is as far as we got before the review was due. Read on as I touched on the main points of the last two books.
Book Four: Rush Revere and the Star-Spangled Banner
Liberty and Rush Revere take a field trip to Washington D.C. with the class. Visiting the Washington Monument and the White House is eye opening. In this book, you get a close-up of some of America’s most important symbols. The book is colorful and full of historical documents you and your child will want to read!
Book Five: Rush Revere and the Presidency
American elections have been an important part in history. A crew member named Cam decides to run for class president. What better way to learn than getting taken back in time for a review of how the presidential race works? Running for president is not easy and Cam soon learns this as Rush Revere and Liberty walk him through the process.
These books will appeal to your reluctant reader and will keep them engaged. They are great for all Homeschool styles and will appeal to both girls and boys.
Teaching your child American History isn’t easy. However, the Adventures of Rush Revere series are phenomenal. Mini liking them says a lot since the second she sees books she starts moaning and groaning.
Make sure you grab the whole series because your kids will want to keep reading through America’s early history with Rush Revere.
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