Social Studies CD
This Album Includes:
- 10 US History songs
- 4 versions of every song to assist with learning and performance
- Lyrics (PDF)*
- Custom-made quizzes, worksheets, games, and puzzles to accompany each song (PDF)*
- * Discs contain only audio tracks. When you buy the album, we will also send you a link to download a PDF file containing lyrics, worksheets, quizzes, etc.
Our social studies songs cover American history events, US presidents, the Presidentís Cabinet, historic documents, and even geography. This album is a perfect addition to any history lesson plan or curriculum for students. Our songs are appropriate for a variety of ages and can help you teach elementary or high school social studies and history to kids! Appropriate for grades 4-12, and very useful to anyone applying for US citizenship.
- Redcoats vs. Rebels will teach students about a very important moment in American history: the American Revolution and Revolutionary War! Learn about the colonies, events like the Boston Tea Party, and memorable battles such as that of Bunker Hill, Lexington, and Concord.
- Declaration of Independence teaches students about the history of the 4th of July. This song will help with the teaching of independence day and our founding fathers.
- What Does the Constitution Do? covers Articles I to VII of the Constitution and the structure of the US government. If you’re teaching the branches of the government or the Constitution, this song will be the perfect addition to your lesson plan!
- Bill of (Your) Rights teaches students the first ten amendments, including the right to free speech, freedom of religion, and more!
- The Rest of the Amendments (11-27) covers various amendments to the Bill of Rights, including the abolition of slavery, women’s suffrage, and prohibition.
- The Civil War discusses all of the major events of the American Civil War, from Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation to the famous battles of Fort Sumter and Gettysburg.
- Civil Rights Movement covers Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, Rosa Parks’ bus ride, and the Civil Rights Act that made segregation illegal.
- 44 Presidents is a fun way for students to learn the names of all of the US presidents from Washington all the way to Obama!
- The President’s Cabinet introduces students to the cabinet in order of presidential succession, including the Departments of Education, State, and Homeland Security, as well as the role of other officers in the cabinet.
- Geography in the USA helps students learn about the oceans that border the US, the Great Lakes, and the highest and lowest points in the US. This is a fun solution for teachers looking for how to teach the geography of the United States!