Teacher guides available for download
The Gashouse Gang
There are baseball heroes—and then there are legends. “The Gashouse Gang” tells the story of Dizzy Dean who stands among the legendary players who have left their mark on America’s game. History remembers Dizzy not only for his prowess on the pitcher’s mound, but also for his character off of it. The story harkens back to a simpler time—when a sharecropper’s son from Arkansas (or was it Oklahoma? Maybe Mississippi?) could make his way from the Army to the Major Leagues. This 12 chapter story is appropriate for upper elementary and all secondary grade levels.
Three new chapters will be posted each Monday in April.
If you are interested in using “The Gashouse Gang” Reading Series and need the password please e-mail your request to email@example.com
Women’s History Reading Series
From Seneca Falls to the Polling Booth is an eight-part history of the women's suffrage movement, beginning with the landmark convention in Seneca Falls and leading to the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the first national elections in which women were permitted to vote.
A new chapter will be added each day (Monday through Thursday) from March 2nd through March 12th.
If you are interested in using the Women’s History Reading Series and need the password please e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Black History Activity Sheets
If you are interested in using the Black History Activity Sheets and need the password please e-mail your request to email@example.com.