The Magical History Tour Unit 10



Learn about America’s Founding Fathers and the system of government they developed.  Read a classic tale written by Hans Christian Anderson or the Brothers Grimm.  Listen to the music of early American composers like Francis Scott Key.  Blaze new trails across America with the pioneers and explorers.

This 11 X 14” poster is a great visual reference to hang on your classroom wall.  The Poster Pack also includes an 8½ X 11” black and white copy of the poster to print for each student.

The Neoclassical Period Poster Pack – 3 page PDF file

The 3-D Display Pack includes the architecture and fashion of the time period.

Pop-up Architecture – The Capitol Building

4 Paper Mannequins dressed in Neoclassical clothing

The Neoclassical Period Display Pack – 4 page PDF file

Learn about the people, places, and events of the Neoclassical Period by reading this 8 page history book.

The Neoclassical Period History Book – 4 page PDF file

History is represented in illustrations your students can color.

The Neoclassical Period Coloring Book – 3 page PDF file

Play a game of 20 questions to find out how much you know about the Neoclassical Period.

The Neoclassical Period Trivia Game – 4 page PDF file


  • “If I Lived in Pioneer Times…” Cut and Paste Worksheet
  • Neoclassical Vocabulary Matching Worksheet
  • Neoclassical Color-By-Number Art Page

The Neoclassical Period Worksheet Pack #1 – 3 page PDF file


  • Across America Mapping Worksheet
  • American Independence Read and Match Worksheet
  • Fold-out Museum – Neoclassical Art

The Neoclassical Period Worksheet Pack #2 – 3 page PDF file



The Neoclassical Period

Click the image below to view or print the game.

Collect 4 different cards to tell a story about a pioneer family.

Pioneer Points Game – 4 page PDF file – FREE

Click any of the images below to go to the blog page with the pattern and instructions for each craft.

Decorate your powder horn with patriotic symbols and sayings.

Decide what you’ll put in your Conestoga wagon before you travel across America.

Use the grid to mark a needlepoint pattern with the letters of your name.