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Interactive Text an Excellent History Supplement

Interactive textbook includes diverse perspectives on U.S. history
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Title: American Revolution by KIDS DISCOVER
Summary: Interactive textbook includes diverse perspectives on U.S. history

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Pros: Covers non-traditional viewpoints and incorporates interactive elements, photos, and sounds.
Cons: Basic activities lack depth and text features don't support struggling readers or kids with learning difficulties.
Bottom Line: This interactive textbook is a fine supplement to your U.S. history curriculum, but it won't replace a primary text and in-depth learning activities.

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