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Unite or Die: How 13 States Became a Nation Reader's Theater

Unite or Die: How 13 States Became a Nation Reader's Theater
Bring United States history to life with this reader's theater for Unite or Die: How Thirteen States Became a Nation. After reading the book aloud, students will perform a play about the foundations of U.S. government. This play reviews the Treaty of Paris, the Articles of Confederation, the Constitutional Convention, and the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.

Grade Levels: 3 - 5

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Unite or Die: How 13 States Became a Nation
Jacqueline Jules and Jef Czekaj

Full of facts about our fledgling democracy, the call for a national government, and the Constitutional Convention, Unite or Die: How 13 States Became a Nation presents American history with personality, good humor, and energy. Jef Czekaj's exuberant illustrations capture the excitement of opening night and the elation of the birth of a nation.
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