In this informational article, students will learn about Louis Braille and the system he invented so that people who can not see (the blind) can read!
Automated Readability Index: 8
Grade level: 12-14 yrs. old (Seventh and Eighth graders)
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This resource contains a variety of literary works from authors such as Walt Whitman, George Cabot Lodge, and Edith M. Thomas.
Daniel Boone is regarded as the first real American folk hero. Without his cunning bravery, settlement west of the Appalachians may not have been made possible for years. Boone’s Wilderness Road, which is still used today, helped bridge the Cumberland Gap, granting access to the state of Kentucky from Pennsylvania.
Thanks to the writing of John S. C. Abbot, the life and genius of Boone can truly be appreciated through Daniel Boone: The Pioneer of Kentucky. Find out just how Boone crafted his Wilderness Trail, what he did to make it happen, and how he overcame the struggles of life in late eighteenth century America.