Unit 4-3

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  • History: Industrial Revolution
  • Geography: U.S. Landscapes
  • Science: Energy
  • Arts: Romantic Art I
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Layers of Learning Unit 4-3 is a complete unit study for history, geography, science, and the arts.

  • History: Industrial Revolution
  • Geography: U.S. Landscapes
  • Science: Energy
  • Arts: Romantic Art I

Layers of Learning Unit 4-3 starts with the Industrial Revolution, Luddites, factories, child labor, and capitalism.  Then in geography learn about United States landscapes including rivers, mountains, swamps, coasts, deserts, plains, and more. Next experiment with energy, including joules, work, gravity, potential energy, and kinetic energy.  Finally in the first half of Romantic art learn about William Blake, John Constable, Eugene Delacroix, Francisco Goya, and other painters and their paintings.

In each unit you’ll find a recommended library list, important background information about each topic, and lots of activities to choose from for kids of all ages.  Sidebars include a bunch more ideas including Additional Layers, Fabulous Facts, On The Web, Writer’s Workshop, Famous Folks, and Teaching Tips.  Printable maps and worksheets are included with each unit and may be printed as often as needed for your family or class.

Age Range: 6-18

Grade Level: 1-12

Pages: 63

Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × .25 in
Format

Paperback, PDF Download, Printable Pack

Here are links and online videos referenced in this unit.  Here is the YouTube Playlist for Layers of Learning Unit 4-3.

Industrial Revolution

U.S. Landscapes

Energy

Romantic Art I

Extras

Here are some more activities, printables, and ideas you can add to this unit for even more learning opportunities.  You may also like our Unit 4-3 Pinterest Board.

Industrial Revolution

U.S. Landscapes

This is a “continent box” but you could adapt it for the United States only.

Energy

Romantic Art I

1 review for Unit 4-3

  1. Angela

    When starting a new unit, sometimes the most difficult part is deciding which explorations you want to do. It’s difficult because you also have to decide which you’re going to be passing up…when you want to do them all! It makes me happy knowing that we have lots of wonderful things to come back to when this 4 year loop is over and we get to start again! Sometimes I find that because life got busy, we are pressed for time, and the exploration I had planned isn’t going to work out for us. Layers of Learning is filled with so many explorations, I’ve been able to change course with alternative plans, with no effort at all. This has been an invaluable feature of this curriculum!

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